Monthly Meeting: November 2020

Bee in Hive

When: Tuesday, November 17th
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Nicole Miller-Struttmann of Webster University 
Topic: Collaborating with Community Scientists to Improve Bee Conservation: Shutterbee (A project for Photographers!)

***This is a Zoom meeting. Please see your email for the link to the meeting.***


Monthly Meeting: October 2020

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Greg Basco

When: Tuesday, 10/20
Time: 7:00 p.m. via Zoom (See Zoom link below) 
Speaker: Greg Basco
Topic: Flash in Nature Photography


Monthly Meeting: September 2020

Date: Tuesday, September 15
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Format: Zoom (login details below)
Presenter: Jack Curran
Topic: You Don’t Need Epic Light to Create an Epic Photo in Black & White: Expanding the Range of Light


Monthly Meeting: July 2020

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Charles Needles Portrait
Charles Needles

Next Meeting: Monday, July 20th , 2020
Presenter: Charles Needle
Topic: Mindful Photography: Seeing in a Different Light
Location: Zoom Meeting – By Invitation Only


Monthly Meeting: June 2020

Date: June 16th (via Zoom)
Time: 7:00 PM

Join us on Zoom on Tuesday June 16th at 7:00 p.m. for a presentation by Lonnie Gatlin on Photographing the Milky Way. Learn how to shoot the Milky Way, including using apps for planning, camera equipment, and focusing techniques.

NOTE: This program is jointly sponsored by MoNEP and the Missouri Chapter of the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA Missouri). Our thanks to IDA Missouri, which will actually be the group hosting the Zoom session for us. This session will begin at 7:00 p.m.


Monthly Meeting: May 2020

A photo subject can be the same, yet captured in so many different ways. What makes one photograph stand out above the others? It is simple, a great composition. Understanding how our vision responds to an image is the first step in achieving success. From the basics of line, color and form to the use of more advanced techniques, we will explore and discuss different artistic approaches used to create better photos and help you become a better photographer. Creativity spreads… come and catch it!


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