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Ron RosenstockDue to the predicted weather conditions this meeting has been postponed.

Watch this space for further details on the rescheduled date.


The December 5th meeting features the return of Ron Rodenstock,  Last year Ron gave a presentation on "Using infared photography to interpret the subject" that stirred a lot interest amount those that attended.

This presentation is titled "Photography as a sprirtual experience".  This sounds like a very interesting topic that many may have already experienced with out understanding the feeling.  Many use photography as a form of release from the stresses of daily life,

The presentation will be held at Viles Arboretum Hospital Street Augusta,  The doors should be open around 6:30 for a casual social / Q & A time with the meeting beginning at 7:00.  A $5.00 fee will be charged for non members to help defray some of the costs of these presentations.

Ron Rosenstock has been creating images of the world and its people since the 1950's.  His work has had many incarnations from vivid colors to black and white, from the darkroom to digital, from large format cameras to full-frame digital, from early dawn to infrared dusk.  His images are real, though real is hardly subjective. Viewed in objective terms, color is far more real than black and white is - if only because color is such a defining element of reality as experienced by the human eye.

His reality is more real than it would be if you were standing next to him the moment he makes the exposure.  His view of the world developed from his correspondence with Ansel Adams, his work in study groups from 1967 to 1973 with his teacher Minor White and his time as a private student of Paul Caponigro. Born in 1943, he earned his MA degree in Photography from Goddard College and has been an instructor of photography since 1967 primarily at Clark University. He has exhibited his work in more than 100 shows worldwide and is featured in numerous permanent exhibitions including the Fogg Art Museum, the Worcester Art Museum, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the International Center of Photography. 

Ron has published six books of his photographs and written numerous articles on the art and craft of photography.  We has been featured on the WGBH nightly news with Emily Rooney in Boston and numerous cable programs around New England.

Ron's website is