Welcome one and all to the Hub Camera Club!
Message from the Chair - September - 2014
Hello, Hub Camera Club Members?
When you're out and about on a photo opportunity
don't forget to observe all about you, not just what's
in front of you. mac You'll be surprised at what you might
Scheduled for October's Meeting
Joel Sartore's - 'Aperture
and Depth of Field' and
'Found or Ambient Light'
The program will be a workshop featuring two of Joel
Satore's video lectures on using your camera from his
collection of videos "Making Great Photography by Joel
Satore." The first video will cover aperture and depth of
field. He tells how to produce a photo where everything is
in focus, or only the subject is in focus. The amount of
available light and the speed of your lens can play a role in
The second part of the program will discuss what to look
for when shooting with ambient light. He will explain how
to adjust lighting in the environment as well as in the
camera. Both video segments will be followed by a period
Hub Camera Club Minutes
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Twenty-one members were present, 3 guests, Laurie, Mindy and Shari,
and our evaluator for the evening, and his friend. Laura Keber was
busy before the meeting taking members dues for the 2014-2015 year.
Ralph French, President, called the meeting to order. He then asked Ed
Valusek, our projectionist, to introduce our evaluator, Mike Shumaker
There were 12 photos in Monochrome, 16 in the Color category, 14 in
Nature, and 15 in theAssigned Subject ofChildren. The best of the evening
photo was from the Children category. It was “The Look?by Tammy
Some things the judge said to watch out for is negative space but you still
need some to lead into the photo. It is important that the photo is interesting
and brings the viewer’s eye into the image. It is better if your imagemakes
a strong statement. Using light and shadows can make a photo more
interesting. Objects in a photo can act like an anchor that keeps a viewer
interested in the photo.
Our next meeting will be on Wed., Oct. 8th. We will continue watching
the video series to help us improve out techniques. Our November 12th
meeting will be an evaluation meeting. The Assigned Subject will be
Meeting was adjourned.
Respectfully submitted by Sarah Pryor
Who is Hub Camera Club?
Hub Camera Club has been active since 1959. The club has kept on the cutting edge of photography by staying currant with changes in technology and the world of photography.
Just a reminder the f-stop is full of applicable information, check it out in the Newsletters section.
Mark Your Calendar for upcoming events.
October 8, 2014 ~ Yuba County Library ~ 7 PM ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Meeting Schedule ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
October 8, 2014 ~ 7:00 PM ~ Joel Sartore's - 'Aperture and Depth of Field' and 'Found or Ambient Light' Program.
November 12, 2014 ~ 7:00 PM ~ Yuba County Library ~ Photo Evaluations ~ “Still Life”, as assigned subject.
December TBD, 2014 ~ TBD ~ Yuba County Library ~ Hub Camera Club Holiday Party. Bring your “Picture Essays” and an appetizer or dessert to share.
January 14, 2015 ~ 7:00 PM ~ Yuba County Library ~ Photo Evaluations ~ “Motion”, as assigned subject.
February 11, 2015 ~ 7:00 PM ~ Yuba County Library ~ Hub Camera Club workshop meeting.
March 11, 2015 ~ 7:00 PM ~ Yuba County Library ~ Photo Evaluations ~ “Bad Idea”, as assigned subject.
April 8, 2015 ~ 7:00 PM ~ Yuba County Library ~ Hub Camera Club workshop meeting.
May 13, 2015 ~ 7:00 PM ~ Yuba County Library ~ Photo Evaluations ~ This is the last meeting of the year and your last chance to raise your scores for 2014-2015.
June 10, 2015 ~ TBD ~ End of year awards get-together. Location Pending.
Assigned Subjects for 2014/2015
Some highlights of this site:
- About: Find out more about Hub Camera Club mac .
- Meetings: Find out when the next meeting is, with directions
- Tips: Photography tips, written by club members
Enjoy your stay!