Monday, March 10, 2014
Dan Callis is a successfully professional photographer based in Halifax NS. Dan cut his teeth as a photojournalist, capturing people in every imaginable situation. His strength continues to be photographs of people in the environments they call home. When it comes to photographing people Dan is at home in their home.
His ability to produce top-notch results in any situation makes him the ideal candidate for a wide variety of editorial and corporate assignments. Check out his website.
On Monday evening he will bring in a small studio setup with lights and a background. He will demonstrate how he uses this system to make professional images anywhere… Bring your camera and learn to balance lighting and make better people images.
He will also demonstrate a simple method of Light Room post production that he has developed to save time making professional images.
Don’t Miss This One!!!!!
PGNS Program Chairman
The Photographic Society of America, JOURNAL is where members of the Society find all kinds of information. Articles on travel, ‘how-to’ articles, awards from INTERCLUB Competitions, information for beginners, and advanced photographers on a wide variety of subjects.
More often that you might think, there is information about PGNS in Club Standings, with individual awards mentioned and on many occasions there are articles by members of the Guild. The February issue of the PSA JOURNAL includes items listed in the attached…Congratulations to all!
Note: This photo is reproduced with permission from the Feb, 2014 issue of the PSA Journal, the official magazine of the Photographic Society of America, Inc. (PSA). For information on PSA membership, please write to PSA Headquarters, 3000 United Founders Blvd., Suite 103, Oklahoma City, OK 73112-3940. (And with permission from Keith Vaughan, GMPSA.)
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.
It’s that time of year again to start thinking of your entries for the Annual Trophy Competitions.
If your image has scored 10 or better during the 2013-2014 Competition season or your print was away during the previous year’s annual trophy competition it is eligible to be entered in this year’s Annual Trophy Competitions. Images used in this competition do not count towards the maximum “4 times/image” rule.
How do you know which images are eligible? You can login into the members only page and double-check your scores or you can look at the Honours and Awards certificates that Esther Theriault gave you at the meetings.
Maximum size for the images is 1920 x 1080, and you may submit up to 4 images per category.
The entry form pdf can be downloaded from the Competition or Members Only page. It has more details on the various trophies that you could win. You may use this form to keep track of your submissions.
The uploads page for this competition will be active on March 23.
The deadline for uploading your prints is April 4 and your prints should be brought in at the April 6 meeting. If you cannot bring in your prints at that time you should contact Mervyn Kumar-Misir to get your prints to him.
The deadline for uploading your digital images is April 17.
Previous winners of the trophies should return them at the March 17 meeting.
Now is your chance to enter your images in again so that the judges can “get it right” and you could win a beautiful trophy.
Good luck with your entries!