Northwoods Photo Club-
-a photo club serving the Northwoods of Wisconsin where photographers, of all skill levels, can share their knowledge, learn from each other, and nurture each other’s creativity.
Please feel free to join us. We meet the 2nd Wednesday of the month, from 6-8 pm at the Warehouse Art Center in Eagle River.
The Warehouse Center for the Arts
107 S. Railroad St.
Eagle River, WI 54521
Our next Meetings & Events-
107 S. Railroad St.Eagle River, Wi
Link for Libby's Zoom call: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87853580964 | Meeting ID: 878 5358 0964
"Rules to be Broken" What makes an image compelling? The rules of composition- and when to break them! presented by Ralph Pelto.
Member Share- Waterfall and Fall Images
Waterfall Field Trip!!- September 20-22
"Rules to be Broken"
The Rules of Composition- and when to break them!
Presented by Ralph Pelto
Photo Critique Tips- to Challenge and Improve Your Photos,
Waterfalls!! Scott Pearson
Scott will give us a brief presentation on the techniques and filters he uses to obtain those beautiful waterfall shots!
Neutral density filter- how many stops?
Dan Dumas presents... Drones
Macro May Techniques
Join Scott Pearson and Libby Scott- and learn the ins and outs of macro photography
Join Libby Scott and Scott Pearson to learn how to mat your own prints!
May Field Trip- Macro! Date: tbd
MACRO FIELD TRIP!
Friday, May 26th, 10AM
Lac Vieux Desert Park- parking lot located on W. Shore RD.
We will caravan from the meeting spot to locations full of wild flowers.
Vanelli will be conducting the April 12th Photo Club presentation plus doing a half day workshop at the Warehouse on April 13th.
Vanelli is an educator, author, and a working sports and portrait photographer based on the east coast of Florida. His specialized photography programs have been taught on Linkedn Learning, Lynda.com, ThinkTap Learn, in workshops, lectures and in the Brevard County School District. Currently, he is Skylum's Director of Education, a Drobo Ambassador, teaching workshops, and writing for Photofocus.
Picture #1 in stack of 40 images. Taken on Canon R5, 100mm, F2.8 macro lens
Link to video of meeting: https://youtu.be/88SAD_Rov1Q
Join us for a presentation on focus stacking! Focus stacking is a great think to use in situations where your F-stop just can't accomplish what you want it to- be it in macro or landscape photography.
Ralph Pelto will compare results of focus stacking in different software including Photoshop and Helicon.
10/12/22- 6-8 pm at the Warehouse Community Arts Center in Eagle River. Everyone is welcome. Beginner to advanced!
Picture #40 in stack of 40 images. Taken on Canon R5, 100mm, F2.8 macro lens
Final stacked image- blending 40 separate images into one final focused image.
Dave Meiss- "Visualization"
Scott Pearson- Astro Photography-
"My photography focuses mainly on the Great Lakes regions of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and the UP of Michigan, and will expand as I photograph other areas of the country. I currently live in northern Wisconsin and enjoy the incredible beauty, both natural and man-made, that is found throughout the Northwoods. I've spent the majority of my life near Lake Superior and my appreciation for what is found here continues to grow. From the Aurora Borealis to the great ore carriers that navigate her waters, Gichigami offers endless photographic opportunities. I'm a self-taught photographer and continue to improve my work primarily through reading and making more photographs."
Mark Schermeister is a fine artist who has spent a large part of his life in the north woods of Wisconsin for the past 64 years. Originally from Minneapolis, he now divides his time between Miami and Land O’ Lakes. He’s an enthusiastic Photographic Artist who describes himself as “having 56 years’ experience and still (always!) a student.”