Field Trip 13, Saturday, April 26, 2014

Wentworth Valley Waterfall Field Trip

Meet at the Irving Big Stop exit 7 off highway 102 for 9:00. We will leave at 9:00  drive towards Truro and take Exit 15 for New Brunswick on Highway 104, then take Exit 11 for Highway 4 to Wentworth Valley.  We will park in a clearing a short distance from the highway.  

The first waterfall we will visit is on Hart Lake Brook approximately a 10 min walk from the parking area, we will then continue onto Horse Pasture Brook about a 20 min walk and follow it down stream to a series of 5 or 6 waterfalls, we will then retrace our path back to the parking area.

Please remember to bring a signed Guild Field Trip Waiver which can be printed from the Guild web site, also bring a lunch, water and sunscreen. Rubber Boots are Recommended.
 
Barry Burgess

Seminar 14

Monday, April 21, 2014

Cliff Sandeson has been a member of the Photo Guild for many years. He is an experienced photographer, an international exhibitor and he has judged on many occasions at the Guild.

Cliff will present his program: The Art of Bird Photography showing images and what equipment he uses to create great bird photographs.

Do not miss this opportunity to improve your bird photography…

Fred Greene
PGNS Program Chair

2014 Spring Show Poster

Here is our 2014 Spring Show poster created by Esther Theriault with a background image by Fred Greene. The poster has peen printed in two sizes, 8.5X11 and 11X17. If you know of a good place to put up this poster you can get copies at any Guild meeting.

2014 Spring Show Poster

Show and Tell / Seminar 13

Monday, April 14, 2014

Show and Tell (non competitive): Members may bring images made with any digital camera (including a cellphone camera) on a Memory Stick or CD. Up to 15 digital images must not run longer than 6 minutes.

Seminar 13: This presentation is a learning event in Post Production designed especially at the Novice and Amateur photographer.

Peter Steeper, a very experienced Photoshop and Lightroom presenter and award winning printmaker who will demonstrate how to easily and quickly make simple changes to greatly improve your images. Learn how to pop your images to make them score better. You may bring in images you would like Peter to assist you with. Frankly, you will not believe the results possible…

There will be lots of opportunity to ask Peter questions and get the answers that you need to: balance your monitor so your images will look great on the Guild’s Projector, on the Internet and to make great prints, etc. This is a huge opportunity for everyone attending this event to learn from our expert. Peter is also highly proficient in both PC and Mac formats.

Do not miss this opportunity to improve your images and become a better photographer.
Guests are most welcome to attend Guild in house functions at no charge, restricted only by not being able to enter competitions.

Fred Greene
PGNS Program Chair