April 11, 2018 • Leave a Comment
Sioux City Camera Club members Douglas Conrad and Carol Blair have been selected to exhibit at the Orange City Arts’ 7th Annual Regional Art Exhibition. The exhibit features the work of 28 local artists at the Northwestern College DeWitt Theatre Arts Center from April 20-28.
The exhibit is co-sponsored by Northwestern College’s Art and Theatre Departments, and is offered in conjunction with the production of Tennessee Williams’ iconic play, The Glass Menagerie. Click here to learn more about the production.
Admission to the exhibition is free. For the first time, the gallery is also available to view and purchase online! Enjoy the wide variety of styles and mediums by artists from a 350-mile radius of Orange City. For purchase information, please email OCArts@orangecityiowa.com.
The Sioux City Camera Club's Annual Awards Banquet will be Thursday, May 10th, 6:00pm, in the fellowship hall at the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Sioux City. Sneaky's will cater the event with:
Deserts will be potluck from those that wish to do so. The cost will be $12.00 per person. A signup sheet will be at both April meetings or contact Rich Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to make a reservation.
The guest speaker for the evening is Christian Begeman of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. His program will be on Prairie Sanctuaries.
He is a professional communicator, but his hobby is photographing country churches in the region during periods of unusual lighting conditions, i.e. storms, meteor showers, auroras, sunsets, etc. He selects his vantage points in advance and monitors weather resources for unusual lighting conditions before hitting the road with his cameras.
He calls himself "A weekend wanderer. An evening enthusiast. South Dakota born and raised. Wide open vistas and open prairies are my escape. Country churches are my passion. Making decent images is the ongoing goal." His photographs have been featured in many prestigious media and publications.
Following the program will be the presentation of annual awards.
President, Kevin Smith, announced at our last meeting that the deadline for submitting year end entries for our Annual Awards Banquet is April 15, 2018. Awards are presented for the following categories:
You may enter 2 images in each of the above categories. Previously submitted entries must have been entered in monthly competition. Open class entries are unrestricted and need not have been previously submitted.
Your digital entries need to be resized according to monthly competition rules and sent to email@example.com no later than April 15th. Please insert the appropriate category above in the subject line of the email so they don't get confused with April's monthly competition entries. Print entries can be brought to our April 12th camera club meeting or placed in the marked container on Steve Paulson's front porch no later than April 15th.
In addition to the above and based on points earned during the year, awards are also given to:
All awards will be presented at our Annual Banquet on May 10th. This will be a catered event with a cost of $12.00 per person. There will be a signup sheet at both April meetings or contact Rich Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to make a reservation.
The Briar Cliff Review, founded in 1989, is an eclectic literary and art magazine that is published annually for delivering an elegantly simple and aesthetically pleasing venue for the work of its contributors. Works are selected each year by editors that are committed to nurturing writers and artists and fostering the best of both emerging and established writers and artists.
This years selections will be exhibited at the Sioux City Art Center from April 19th through July 8th. The exhibition will be celebrated with food and drinks at a reception (public invited) in the Sioux City Art Center on Thursday, April 19th, from 6:00-8:30 pm, Gallery Talk by Artists: 6:30 pm, Readings from The Briar Cliff Review: 7:00 pm.
Sioux City Camera Club member, Douglas Conrad, has two photographs that have been accepted for the publication and will be on display.
The next Camera Club exhibit at the Sioux City Art Center opens September 8th through November 25, 2018. The theme of this years exhibit is Macro.
This exhibit will be juried by the Curator. Each club member should submit 3 photos for consideration and one or more will be selected for the exhibit. Your images can be submitted via email or in print form (not mounted) 8.5x11 which can be submitted direct to the Art Center. The dates for submitting your entries will be announced at a later time.
Framing requirements are the same as in the past, black metal frame, with white matt and glass. The wire hanger needs to be two inches from top. Your name, address and title need to be on the back. There are no size requirements.
March 31, 2018 • Leave a Comment
Mark your calendars for the 1st weekend of May. It's the 2018 N4C Mini Spring Convention May 4, 5 & 6th at Saint Thomas More Center in Panora, Iowa. Everyone always used to say Springbrook, and understood what we were talking about. But with the close of Springbrook we have changed the name to N4C Mini Spring Convention or just spring convention for short. It's a great photo weekend where you can get the best food, great dorm facilities, and spend time with others who have the same enthusiasm as you do about sharing and learning more about photography. All this for as little as $113 for the whole weekend. On Friday night we have some great information and entertainment planned. Willard Sharp, from Madrid, Iowa is a storm chaser and an awesome astrophotographer who loves to show everyone how easy it is to get out and shoot. The Milky Way has just started coming out and Willard shoots all year long. We will hear his presentation then we can hopefully get out and shoot some star trails before the moon comes out around 10:30.
March 30, 2018 • Leave a Comment
Sioux City Camera Club member, Barbara-Anne Huculak, is again leading a WITCC group to another great destination. This time it's 9 days in Greece. Leaving on 5/18/2019 and returning 5/26/2019. If interested click here for more details or contact Barbara at Barbaraemail@example.com.
March 29, 2018 • Leave a Comment
A Canadian photographer, who photographed for garden publication's in Canada for 20 years, talks about the kind of light he looks for when shooting landscapes and gives really nice examples to help explain what he looks for. https://fstoppers.com/education/light-everything-finding-and-shooting-good-light-landscape-photography-236892
7 Studios and 12 Artists, Benson Building, 705 Douglas St., Sioux City, Iowa. Friday April 6th 5-9pm, Saturday April 7th 10-1pm. Download flyer here.
Below is a link I think might be of interest to some of our camera club members. One person's (he is a travel photographer) take on the best travel lens, at least what works for him. It's about a 15 minute video, but the guy does a really nice job in explaining his reasoning and he has some vey nice, stellar images. Take a look.
February 23, 2018 • Leave a Comment
The Woodbury County "Wanderings" newsletter is distributed free of charge on a quarterly basis. If you are not currently receiving the newsletter and would like to, or if you know of someone who would like to receive a copy, please send a postcard with the name, address and email to: Dawn Snyder, Editor, 4500 Sioux River Road, Sioux City, IA, 51109-1657; phone: 712-258-0838 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Winter-Spring 2018 edition is now available. There are several events that could provide some excellent photo opps that our Camera Club members might be interested in, such as, a Full Moon Night Hike, Trumpeter Swan release, Wildflower Walk, and Loess Hills Prairie Seminar.
November 30, 2017 • Leave a Comment
The Sioux City Camera Club's December meetings have been moved to December 7th for the first program meeting and December 21st for the contest results meeting.
The December 7th date will be the Christmas Party starting at 6 p.m. There is a $5.00 per person charge to cover the cost of the meat. Club members A to J bring salads or appetizers and everyone else bring potatoes, veggies, or deserts. All members and their family and friends are invited.
November 10, 2017 • Leave a Comment
Tim Grey presents "Lightroom Classic versus Lightroom CC" to help clarify the confusion about the brand new "Lightroom CC", the rebranding of the existing Lightroom to "Lightroom Classic CC", and what all of this means for the photographer's workflow now and into the future. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Os0-QNG1wjw&feature=youtu.be
October 15, 2017 • Leave a Comment
This years annual Christmas Party is set for Thursday, December 7th and will begin at 6:00pm at the First Presbyterian Church. A sign-up sheet will be passed around to get a count for the meat dish. There is a $5.00 charge per person to cover the cost of the meat dish and the rest of the event is potluck. A to J bring salads or appetizers and everyone else bring potatoes, veggies, or deserts. All members and their family and friends are invited.
October 10, 2017 • Leave a Comment
Several members of the Sioux City Camera Club received awards at this years North Central Camera Club Council (N4C) Convention held in Rapid City, South Dakota. The award winners are:
Mike Greiner - 1st Place Nature Print - "White Breasted Nuthatch"
Mike Greiner - 2nd Place Nature Print - "Black-eyed Junco"
Mike Greiner - H.M. - B&W Pictorial Print - "Mud Man V"
Mike Greiner - H.M. - B&W Pictorial Print - "Pontiac"
Mike Walsh - 3rd Place Panorama Print - "Wallowa Mountain #2"
Doug Conrad - H.M. Creative Print - "Abstract Dance"
Doug Conrad - 1st Place Website
Carl Hardy - 2nd Place Newsletter
Congratulations to all the winners.
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