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September 2019
September 2019
September 2019
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Education Night - The ABC's of How to Get Started in Bird Photography (7:30 PM EDT)
Image Study - Commentator Alan Kidawski (7:30 PM EDT)
Lighting SIG (1:00 PM EDT)
Lighting SIG - Saturday September 14th 1-5 The lighting SIG will meet at the Parking Garage next to Dave and Busters in the corner next to Rt9 on the first floor from 1-5.  Dress for the weather though we will be under cover.  We’ll be taking some portraits in a “shade” scenario.  We are asking that those that attend please kick in $5 each to pay the model.  Please bring your camera and a lens you like for portraits (50/85/prime or zoom).  Please RSVP to
Program Night - B&W Street Portraits by Sal Patalano (7:30 PM EDT)
Competition Night - Judge Jim Deluco (7:30 PM EDT)
Creative (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Closed Closed: Sunday, September 15, 2019 11:59 PM
Nature (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Closed Closed: Sunday, September 15, 2019 11:59 PM
Pictorial (7:30 PM EDT)
Status: Closed Closed: Sunday, September 15, 2019 11:59 PM
Field Trip - Rockport, MA (9:00 AM EDT)
Rockport.  That quintessential New England small harbor and fishing town.   Picture those lobster boats quietly tethered to their moorings in the early morning light, with Motif #1 as the perfect backdrop.  Maybe a lobsterman will be working on the wharf, preparing for the day.  We will walk around three sides of Rockport Harbor offering many opportunities for overall harbor scenics and close ups of rowboats and other details around the edge of the harbor.  Maybe create some abstracts.  Reflections? We’ll hope for no wind at least for a little while early.  We will stroll Bearskin Neck with its cutesy-folksy shops, galleries, ice cream stores and eateries.  Each small wooden shop is decorated uniquely with color and themes of the sea.   Glimpses of the boats in the harbor are just behind the shops.  After our detailed exploration of the harbor, Bearskin Neck, and the downtown Rockport area, we will continue up the coast of Cape Ann stopping by other small fishing villages along the way.  We’ll visit Halibut Point State Park, prominently facing Ipswich Bay.   Option 1:   Meet at Rockport Harbor at 6:00 AM for sunrise.  Breakfast in a local café after the early light has gone.  Option 2:  Meet at 9:00 AM at Rockport to start our exploration Look at a map.  Rockport juts boldly out into the Atlantic Ocean and hardy New Englanders have faced the extremes of weather for hundreds of years.  We’ll feel both the historical and the ocean presence as we immerse ourselves in these coastal communities.  Details of our day will be sent out to the signed up group on or about Thurs., Sept. 26, which will include a group list, car pool arrangements, exact meeting spots, and suggestions of what to bring. Sign up on our website. Minimum five GCC members.  Write to me with any questions and indicate your selection of Option 1 or Option 2. Offered by Buz Bragdon Field Trip Coordinator
Image Study - Commentator Raj Das (7:30 PM EDT)
Framingham Library Exhibit (1:00 PM EDT)
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