Dave and Eric will show us the ins and outs of capturing
Lakes, Streams, Waterfalls, Reflections, etc.
This is a meeting you should not miss.
Members will tell us a little or a lot about their favorite photographer. Whether it's an old-school master or a current pro, show us some work that we can use for inspiration. It doesn't have to be anything fancy. Take 5 or 10 minutes for a presentation.
I will bring a Wi-Fi hotspot so we will have access to the internet.
It is Members Choice night. Show us what you have been shooting. Gather 25 or 26 images together as a slide show (alphabet soup?) or individual files and get them to Bill Baird. You can send them to Bill using Dropbox. It is free and safe. Or bring them to the meeting early on a thumb drive or CD.
Street/People photography by Dave Hammaker & Eric Gaston.
We are back at the YMCA beginning with this meeting.
Our Photowalk will be at The Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site (Lemon House). There will be some antique Automobiles for us to shoot in the parking lot, weather permitting. The cars will arrive around 6:30 PM so we should arrive before that time. If it rains, they will not bring the cars out and this event will be canceled (and maybe rescheduled).
The park is located just off U.S. Route 22 approximately
12 miles west of Altoona and 10 miles east of Ebensburg.
Take the Gallitzin Exit and turn right, following the signs. .
GPS coordinates 40.4583206, -78.5497341
I apologize for the late notice
Monday August 4th Photowalk & Picnic
This Monday, we will have a “bring your own food and drinks” picnic and Photowalk at Canoe Creek State Park. We will eat at 6pm then go for a Photowalk. Meet at Pavilion #2.
Fort Roberdeau 5PM – 8PM.
Arrangements by John Gardner.
Be sure to give John a “Thank You”.
From 17th Street in Altoona, go north on Valley View Blvd for 1.6 miles. Turn right onto Kettle Road. Follow Kettle Road for 8.4 miles. At the big, brown “Fort Roberdeau” sign, turn left onto Fort Roberdeau Road and follow it for four-tenths of a mile; at the fork, bear right for three-tenths of a mile. You’ll see the reconstructed fort on the right; parking is on your left, in the field.