Monthly MeetingsClub meetings are held at 7PM,the first and third Monday of each month.First Presbyterian Church100 Cajon StreetDowntown Redlands, CaliforniaMailing AddressRedlands Camera ClubP.O. Box 7261Redlands, CA. 92375
Join us for an evening of great images and good advice for photographing wildlife with Brent Paull of American West Photography. Paull, a past wildlife photography judge for the Photographic Society of America and California Outdoors magazine, is an award-winning shooter who has published numerous articles and earned more than 1,200 magazine photo credits during his career. Formerly a successful wedding photographer who operated a studio for 10 years, Paull today leads about 60 photo “safaris” a year. In his talk, Paull will cover equipment, field tactics and techniques, image processing, the business of nature photography and more. Note: He's especially fond of bobcats!
June 19 – Capturing Great Wildlife Photos with Brent Paull
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Presentation/Workshop InvitationJoe LigoriI will be doing a Presentation/Workshop on Camera Focus/Auto Focus at the following times and places. A limited number may be able to attend as 'guests' at the two Camera Clubs, but most certainly you would be welcome to attend at either of the Image One events. Please see the dates and times below along with a narrative. If you'd like more information please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.Thursday May 18th, 6 pm. - Rancho Cucamonga Photo Club(please note this is a shorter, condensed version)http://rcphotoclub.com/Saturday June 17th, 3 pm. - Image One Camerahttps://imageonecamera.com/events/Monday June 26th, 7 pm. - Photochromers (Sierra Madre)http://photochromers.com/calendar/Saturday/Sunday August 19th/20th - Image One Camera EXPO(day and time to be announced)https://imageonecamera.com/events/Auto Focus MystiqueThe Auto Focus Mystique presentation/workshop will delve into the mysteries of Camera Auto Focus Systems. Almost every image you create with your camera uses the Auto Focus System. Knowing more about Camera Focus Systems will surely add to your photography skills. We will look at some of the technical aspects of Auto Focus, but will concentrate on how to use this unique and complex part of your camera. We will discuss problems with using Auto Focus and how to diagnose and solve those problems. We will cover a brief history of Auto Focus, the types of Auto Focus systems and types of focus detection systems. We recommend bringing your camera so you can follow along as we discuss and demonstrate using your Auto Focus System. Focus modes, areas and Focus Points will be covered in detail as well as focus point sensor types and Back Button Focus. We will finish up with concentration on any problems and Issues you may be experiencing and lastly we will look at the Creative use of Focus. This will be a lively, hands on presentation/workshop that you'll surely not want to miss. Join us and you're sure to learn something new about Auto Focus.BE SURE TO BRING YOUR CAMERA AND MANUAL TO THE WORKSHOP.
July 3 - Summer Competition July 17 - Competition Awards Dinner