This is a reminder that the APL Camera Club will have its last meeting of the season on May 30th between 7-9 p.m. in the Lebovic Room of the Aurora Public Library. The following is on the agenda:
A good part of the meeting will be devoted to a presentation by Don Komarechka, an extremely talented photographer especially known for his macro photography of snow flakes. I have no doubt that Don's presentation will be insightful and extremely interesting. Don has a very distinct approach to photography that is very inspiring and which gives a whole new perspective to the art of being a photographer. Be prepared to be dazzled!
In an attempt to catch up with past challenges that have not yet been reviewed, I did not assign a monthly challenge for May. Instead, please continue to submit images to last month's challenge which was New/Old. There are quite a number of submissions in the category already but people who have not submitted anything yet are encouraged to do their best to submit an image.
We will spend whatever part of the May meeting remains after Don Komarechka's presentation critiquing the submissions from March (Repetition/Symmetry) and April (Old/New).
The camera club will not be meeting formally during the months of June, July, and August. I do plan, however, to have a number of walkabouts. The following are some possible venues:
- Edwards Gardens
- Graffiti Alley (downtown Toronto)
- Scarborough Bluffs
- Royal Botanical Gardens (Burlington)
- McMichael Gallery (Kleinburg)
I will firm up the places and dates in the next little while. If any of you can think of good places for walkabouts that you'd like to visit please let me know.
Looking forward to seeing you all at the meeting.