April Club Meeting

Meeting Date: April 21, 2011 – 6:30 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. More info here: http://www.diyphotography.net/introduction-to-high-dynamic-range-hdr-photography

Judge: Larry Grace

A Minneapolis based photographer, my photography has appeared in brochures, books, catalogs, websites, and magazines for industries such as: Aviation, Architecture, High Tech, Energy, Healthcare, Travel, Real Estate, Military, Sports, and Children playground equipment.

I’ve been involved in photography for over 30 years, and have been active in the twin cities photography community since 1988.

During that time I’ve had the opportunity to photograph many different challenges from tabletop to professional sports. I’m proficient in digital and film photography, as well as medium and large format imagery.

Topic Awards:

Open Awards:

Program: Interclub Awards, Print Circuit Awards, Presentation from Peter Wong on his recent trip to Malaysia

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