Thursday, July 29, 2010
I know that I haven't been around in awhile, but the group is seldom out of my thoughts. Life can be so demanding when you have a career, a church and a big family. Nevertheless, I am still shooting and look forward to getting together with you all again soon. Here is the latest:
I [Dave Coblitz] have shown a number of you the Photovision videos on how the best photographers in the country go about their business from shooting, to processing, to marketing. Now you can get your own copy for the same super low price I did ($39/year vs $149 regular price). Just go to the link below & use the promo code PVFAN to get your very own set of these great DVDs. If you would like to see one first, I usually show one of the many video clips on each DVD at the St. Louis Artist Guild Photography section meetings at 7pm on the 3rd Monday of each month, usually at the Guild building in Clayton at #2 Oak Knoll Dr. in Oak Knoll Park off Big Bend just North of Clayton Rd. See you there. You can visit the meeting for free a few times before I’ll lean on you to join.
Promo code: PVFANThanks,
Monday, July 12, 2010
Artists Guild and Oak Knoll Park
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bring your camera! We are planning a photo shoot in Oak Knoll Park around the Artists Guild Building. While we often do model shoots using studio lighting, we decided it was time for something a little different. Get your creative mojo hat and explore the surroundings to a building we often visit but rarely see.
Bring your macro. Bring your wide angle. Bring your telephoto. Who knows what you'll see by doing something different. Sunset is 8:23pm or so, depending which sunset you use and how precisely you which to claim longitude and latitude. Sunlight refractions? Local tree/building horizon, and all that fun stuff. Well, you might bring a tripod and/or flash, as the time cannot account for clouds. Come early if you prefer.
Rain? Don't even think about it! Well, okay, if it rains, those so sweet as to melt in the rain can explore inside.
We'll once again delay Vivian's Ten Best to the next regular meeting. Sorry Vivian, but I promise we'll have a projector ready to go for when we do get to see your interesting captures.
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