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We are now working on a exhibition of our work at the Maine General Hospital in the near future. So with that in mind for the Dec 19th meeting we would like to see some of the work that you would like to present at the exhibition.
We will also be having our annual holiday food fest. Bring in some "finger food" and be ready for a great evening of food and friendship.
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The December 5th meeting is going to be something different. It will be titled "How do I fix this?" Bring in an image that you just can't get the way you want it to look and our knowledgeable members will guide you through the process of "fixing it". We all know that we don't take perfect images every exposure so bring in an image that you think has potential and we will try to bring the image to it's full glory.
This is a challenge for you and our fellow members who have volunteered to find a solution.
So it is up to you to bring in an image to be "fixed"
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Last year he did a very powerful presentation of his photographs documenting the effects of climate change on the glaciers and the people in Greenland and North Eastern Canada near the Arctic Circle.
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There have been several members that have asked for a session on sky / star / night photography.
This meeting we will try something different. We will spend a good part of our meeting out side in the Arboretum attempting to photograph the sky (stars). So bring warm clothing, your cameras, flashlights and tripods.
This is going to be an experiment for all of us. We will try different settings and compositions. This an opportunity to practice your photographic skills with others.
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This meeting is a 2 fer night. Two topics for the price of one.
First we will have a swap / sell of hardware (camera's, lenses, photo equipment in general and software,. Bring in what you don't need or use any more and sell or trade it.
Second, members will bring in prints for display and discussion. Look through your prints and find a few to show off.
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