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Official Book Launch

You’re invited to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
(1675 Lower Water Street, Halifax) on
Wednesday, November 5, for the official launch of
Four Billion Years and Counting.
7:00 p.m.
Complimentary refreshments will be provided.

FREE event – all welcome!
Rob Fensome
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Seminar 3: Photoshop, Elements, Lightroom for Beginners

Colin Campbell is a fine art photographer based in Halifax. He taught high school history in the Halifax area for 28 years and then spent five years in leadership roles with the Nova Scotia Teachers Union. Fine art photography has become his vocation since retirement.

He is a member of ViewPoint Gallery, Visual Arts Nova Scotia, and the Photographic Society of America, as well as the Photo Guild.

Colin has won numerous annual awards at the Photographic Guild.

His prints have been exhibited four solo exhibits at ViewPoint Gallery and an exhibit at the Sherman Hines Gallery in Liverpool, as well as a number of other galleries.

Colin has also conducted numerous seminars and workshops for the Guild including the Guilds Photoshop for Photoghrapher workshop. He also wrote a number of articles on digital processing for the Photographic Society of America Journal.

Colin has self-published six books of his photography and is working on others.

Colin’s presentation tonight will be mainly for beginners and is in two parts. Part one will touch on cloning, blendings, cropping, resizing using Photoshop, Elements and Lightroom software. Part 2 will be on Nik software Silver Efex and how to make exceptional B/W images.

All of Colin’s Guild seminars can be seen here.

I am looking forward to Colin’s presentation, as he is one of the finest printers in our area.

Fred Greene
Program Chair

Field Trip 2, Sunday, October 19, 2014

Here is the take on the blueberry field trip scheduled for Oct 19th. 2014.

Plan AWe will be visiting fields in the Yorke Settlement, Woods Mt. as well as in the Fox River area in the morning, we meet at the one and only Tim Horton’s in Parrsboro at 8:00 am we leave at 8:10 sharp. (If someone plans on having a coffee at Tims; arrive there much earlier than 8:00.  I need the 15 minutes to gather people together and sign the waiver forms.   Between 11:30 am and 12:00 pm we will stop for lunch at the Glooscap Restaurant in Parrsboro, NS.

Around 1:00 pm. we will be visiting fields in the New Canaan Mt.  Gilbert Mt. areas.

Plan B:  If the area has been drenched by recent rains and the vast majority of the fields are without leaves we will make this trip a “seascapes adventure” trip.   Not to worry, we will not be walking long distances on the beaches. Short and manageable treks from your cars.  We will be visiting points of interest along the route from Parrsboro to West Advocate NS.

All attendees are required to sign waiver forms from the “Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia” as well as waiver forms from “Clarence Nowlan Atlantic Photography”.

If you are planning to come, please send me an e-mail stating so, at: cjnowlan@nb.sympatico.ca

This blueberry field trip is for two photo clubs to meet and exchange ideas and friendships pertaining to photography.  Some members of the Focus Camera Club from Moncton will be joining members of the Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia for this venture.

The field trip ends at 4:00 pm.  But if you feel you are too tired and have travelled enough you may leave anytime; just let me know in advance.   For the young spring chickens out there, you can stay with me if you want.  I will be leaving just after sunset or an hr after sunset depending on whether we have and afterglow or not.

PS Please dress warmly and bring rubber boots.  The fields may have lots of dew on the blueberry leaves in the morning.

I will answer all e-mails on the 17th. of October.

Have a great day and enjoy the moment.

Clarence Nowlan
Field Trip Coordinator