Dynolights April Meeting

[ April 2, 2011; 9:00 am to 11:00 am. ] Meeting Location: Edina Art Center Meet to promote each others work and discuss new ideas Gain experience at promoting and exhibiting member’s photography. Useful to all Crosstown Club members who want to market and exhibit their own work. Crosstown Camera Club Members welcome! [...]

April Board Meeting

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[ April 5, 2011; 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Meeting Location: Edina Art Center Crosstown Camera Club Members welcome! [...]

CCC Board Meeting Notes – April 5, 2011

CrossTown Camera Club Board Meeting Notes – 4/05/2011 Attendees: Bill C, Bob S, Holly and Geoff K, John O, Brian B, Lee S. The meeting was shorter than normal because of board member absences. Bob, our treasurer reported a current fund balance of $2537.51. John reported that he has lined up a judge with HDR experience for our April [...] [...]

Digital Images Due for April Salon

[ April 12, 2011; ] Due Date: April 12, 2011 – 11:00 PM Competition digital images must be submitted as email attachments sent to digitalsalon@crosstowncameraclub.com by 11:00 PM Tuesday, the week prior to the Salon. See Salon Competition Rules for entry info. Digital Salon: “High Dynamic Range” — A technique either in-camera or in post-production using multiple, bracketed [...] [...]

Badlands Trip: May 5-8, 2011

Hi Everyone, A few of us are planning to visit the Badlands the first week of May – specifically May 5th through the 8th. This is rather short notice, but still doable. Rooms are still available in many of the motels, so if anyone if interested, please let me know as soon as possible. Early spring hopefully will be a beautiful time to be out west. Thanks, Lil Polley [...]

April Club Meeting

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[ April 21, 2011; 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. ] Meeting Location: Christ Presbyterian Church Digital Salon: “High Dynamic Range” — A technique either in-camera or in post-production using multiple, bracketed exposures merged together to achieve perfect exposure throughout the entire tonal range, thus bringing out detail in highlights and shadow. The key to good HDR is controlling the effect so an image doesn’t have an unrealistic appearance, unless you want it to. In some cases, it may be difficult for the judge to determine whether it was done as an HDR. Program: Interclub Awards, Print Circuit Awards, Presentation from Peter Wong on his recent trip to Malaysia [...]