November Meeting Highlights
November 13 Meeting Featured Tour of Florida's
George and Ruth Brawerman presented an interesting slide
"tour" of favorite photo spots along Florida's coast. They
identified a number of preservation spots in the midst of heavily
developed areas. Some of the locales they photographed are St.
Augustine, Bonita Springs, and Delray Beach.
Other topics at the meeting...
We welcomed new member Mike Crosby, who also participated in the field
trip to the Grist Mill in October. Mike says he began photographing
sports events last year, became fascinated by photography and is now
Carol Walsh is compiling the list of field trip locations
suggested by members and will make some recommendations in a future
meeting. The group decided there should not be any field trips until
after the first of the year.
For those interested in learning more about
post-production work, a relatively new magazine, AfterCapture bills
itself as the premiere monthly publication for photographic
post-production work. You can check it out at www.aftercapture.com.
shared their some of their images for members' comments and
Arthur Ferguson presented some interesting fall shots he
made at the Sudbury Reservoir, and provided directions to the reservoir
hiking trail off of Route 85.
Susan Majors showed some
"hot" photos of the Chili Pepper Festival in Hatch, NM, taken
in early fall when the chilies are brilliant red, yellow and green.
Bob Diefenbacher showed some
images from Denali National Park and also taken this fall here in
Sudbury. Several were High Dynamic Range (HDR) images, a photographic
technique currently attracting lots of attention. He used
PhotomatixPro3software. A free trial is available at the website www.hdrsoft.com/.