Participate in our annual display of ECC works on the Evergreen Library gallery space,Read More
Enjoy a meal and comradery with other ECC enthusiasts and our monthly speaker, Cheryl Opperman.
You are responsible for your own meal cost.
PLEASE RSVP BY TUESDAY NOON SO WE KNOW HOW MANY TABLES TO RESERVE.
This talk will focus on how various masking techniques in Photoshop and Lightroom can be used to address the wide dynamic range often found in photographs. Step-by-step procedures that selectively address how the tone of an image can be used to focus or defocus the viewer’s attention or create the balance between the foreground and sky that represents what the photographer saw.
Bill Vogel and Dave Edwards will provide a review of the results of recent submittals to the Photographic Society of America competitions. Then, the group will plan for ECC’s future involvement in PSA contests and seminars.
If you routinely (or even occasionally) shoot in National Parks, National Wildlife Refuges, US Forests or BLM lands, this session is for you. About 10 years ago Congress passed a law that requires federal land managers to issue filming permits for photographic and video use of public lands. (Note – this doesn’t apply to state or local parks).
Permits fall into two major categories and photographers are often confused about needing a permit or which permit to acquire. This presentation will walk through the situations and circumstances such permits are required, inter net links, and general advice from a photographer and retired National Park Superintendent.