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Kim Lawrence Presentation Information

Dear Guelph Photographers,

Following Kim’s wonderful presentation on “Phonography”, she has shared with us many of the resources and apps she uses for her images. Below you will find some resources to help you explore the exciting world of Phonography!

Also, to see more of Kim’s Phonography, be sure to check out her social media accounts on Flickr and Instagram!

Apps

Accessories brought to presentation

eLearning / tutorials

Inspiration

App galleries

Photographer galleries

Events

Rescheduled – Wayne Fisher

As you may be aware, we were forced to cancel our February 20 meeting due to the forecast of adverse weather. We have since been able to re-schedule this meeting for Monday March 4, 2019. The meeting will still be held at at Unfor Hall (our usual location), starting at 7pm.

We felt that it was important to re-schedule this meeting and give our members the opportunity to hear Wayne’s excellent presentation.

Our apologies for the inconvenience, but we do hope to see you there!

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Guild Photo Outing – Rockwood Conservation – This Saturday!

Hello Guild members!

Very nice to see so many of you at our meeting last night!  As promised, please see below the details for our Guild outing this Saturday at Rockwood Conservation Area.

  • Date: Saturday January 19, 2019
  • Time: 2PM
  • Location: Rockwood Conservation Area – the official address is 161 Fall St S, Guelph/Eramosa, ON N0B 2K0, but this link will direct you to the park entrance.
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Upcoming Speaker Profile – Rod Frketich – Shooting the…

The Guelph Photographers Guild is pleased to host Rod Frketich, photo editor for the Waterloo Region Record, on Wednesday November 21, 2018!   A little bit about our speaker and his presentation:

Presenter Rod Frketich photo editor of the Waterloo Region Record will talk about a ‘typical’ day for a newspaper photographer is like. 

There really isn’t anything typical everyday—a newspaper photographer can expect anything from a hockey game, a business portrait to an accident, depending where the news takes them. 

He will touch on assigning, shooting an assignment to editing. 

Since graduating from the Loyalist college photojournalism program in 1991 Frketich has been a photographer at small weekly papers and dailies throughout Ontario. Later he switched to photo editing working at The Canadian Press, The Globe and Mail and The Record. 

Come out and join us for this great talk on November 21!