The photo club went and purchased twenty two six inch glass prisms. Members purchased them from the club and now our challenge is to make great images using prisms. In our last meeting in February we practiced a bit with our prisms in the church meeting room. Some folks brought lights, backgrounds and things to take pictures of. Here are a couple of my practice pictures, higher resolution ones will be in my flickr share here https://www.flickr.com/photos/kwgagel and I take more I’ll upload them there as well.
Time is running out to register for an exciting PHOTOCRAM weekend June 13th to 15th!! There are 7 spots left for “Creating Story and Mood in Photography” with Darwin Wiggett and Samantha Chrysanthou. We will be sharing our passion for photography, learning and networking together. It will be a great educational time, don’t miss out!!
Contact Debbie Malm firstname.lastname@example.org
Creating Story and Mood in Photography:
– The Art of Storytelling
– Harnessing the Power of Tone for Mood and Story
– The Advanced Grand Landscape – A story in a single image
– Beyond the Single Image – Telling stories with more than one image
More information is available here http://www.pgphotoclub.com/announce.htm
Tracy and I took Danny and Spot for a 5K walk on the Blue Spruce trail today. We started by dropping off the truck at the north end by UNBC and drove over to the south end by Bluce Ceders camp ground. The walk was lovely with sun shinning on us or through the forest canopy. Danny and Spot loved the walk as much as we did. I did some macro photography along the way looking for the different coloured berries and mushrooms that may have popped up since it started raining here. Here are a few photos for you, the rest are at my flickr share http://www.flickr.com/photos/kwgagel.
Victor Bopp invited the Prince George Photographic Society out to his wonderful 10 acres in Salmon Valley, British Columbia for a Photo Club picnic. It was wonderfully quite, green and alive with birds. No wonder Vic’s bird photography is so ample with excellent images. We enjoyed each others company, a fire, shared some food and took a walk through the property.
Thank you Vic for the opportunity to visit, the hospitality and the beautiful place you let us share.
Here are some images for your pleasure with more at my flickr share here http://www.flickr.com/photos/kwgagel.
Red-Sided Garter Snake
Well, it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything and now is about time I post something! So… What better than my latest images? Last night we went up to Connought hill and did some night time photography of the Northern Festival of Lights. Here are a couple of shots and the rest as usual can be found at my flicker share here http://www.flickr.com/photos/kwgagel
Northern Lights Festival
I went with the Prince George Photographic Society to Ferguson Lake near Prince George today. My photography seems to have gotten a little better as nearly all of the pictures I took were good to some degree. I only had to delete a few that the focus was out on. Throughout the trail I kept looking for lake opportunities and I kept getting beset upon by pesky mosquitoes! Here are a few images from today, the rest are on my flickr share at http://www.flickr.com/photos/kwgagel.