The judge was Robert Castellino. The special topic was Macro.
In the most recent club newsletter it was announced that Thomas Walsh would have an opening on Friday, April 15 at Boulder Digital Arts. Due to a scheduling conflict, the date of the opening had to be changed. Thomas will send out Evites for the rescheduled event. Please be aware that there will not be an opening tomorrow, April 15.
Robert Castellino, a Lafayette photographer known for portraits, weddings, events, architectural, fine art and golf course photography and who is the author of five photography books, will be the featured speaker at the Flatirons Photo Club monthly meeting at 7 p.m. this Thursday, April 14, in the south building at Har HaShem, 3950 Baseline Road, Boulder
His topic is entitled “The Making of Extraordinary Images, Projects and Excursions,” and will include information about the process for making photos.
His books include The Colorado Roadside Photography Guide; Boulder: Heart & Soul, People & Place; Colorado: Heart & Soul; Denver: Gateway to the Rockies; and Boulder: Yesterday and Today-A Photographic Retrospective. The Colorado Roadside Photography Guide includes photos as well as maps and directions to each scenic location.
He has taught photography at the Music and Arts Conservatory of Santa Barbara, Boulder Digital Arts, Mike’s Camera, and through his own photographic workshops. Castellino also is the founder and CEO of Climate Colorado, which is an attempt to build a movement to move the state away from burning fossil fuels and reduce the state’s water footprint by half by the year 2020.
A number of photo club members are aware of the work, including videography, that Thomas Walsh has done to bring some attention to the very extensive, yet rarely mentioned, abuse of children by nuns. On Tuesday, April 5, Thomas will give a presentation on the subject from 7 to 9 p.m. at Tina Davis Studio, 947 Kimbark St., Longmont. The meeting will take place under the auspices of LightOn Creatives for Community, a Longmont based group of creatives actively involved in further expanding the already burgeoning Longmont art scene.
Oaken Beeson will follow up his well-attended and enthusiastically received talk last month with another overview of videography for photographers. Those who attended last month know that Oaken is very knowledgeable and excellent at explaining. It’s time you hit that record video button on your cameras, folks. Come learn how to proceed after the initial capture. As usual, we will meet at Boulder Digital Arts in Boulder, at 1600 Range St., from 7 to 9 p.m. Oaken’s announcement:
“Editing and Encoding: What to do with those video files!
“In the next chapter of our DSLR video course we’ll go over transferring those files off of your camera, into an editing program, and exporting out a completed video. We will use Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Media Encoder to go over basic editing techniques, basic coloring, and encoding file types. Feel free to bring your laptop and go though the process on hand if you have an Adobe subscription, but most of what will be covered is also applicable to other editing programs. Keeping in line with the previous DSLR class, everything will be kept simple and easy, making your own videos does not need o be a complicated and lengthy process, with a few simple tricks you can import, edit and export out a completed video in 15 minutes. So bring your cameras, bring your laptops or just bring a notebook, and let’s finally get those video files out there for everyone to see!”