Photography Club to meet Wednesday

Photo courtesy Andy Butler
“Morning Reflections on Walker Lake,” White Cloud Wilderness, Idaho, by Andy Butler. The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will hold its final meeting of the year next week.

By Gregg Heid
Special to The Preview
The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will hold its November meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Community United Methodist Church, 434 Lewis St.
Join us for socializing at 6 p.m., followed by a club meeting at 6:30 p.m. Longtime photographers and those just starting out are welcome.
The Photography Club normally meets the second Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. in the fellowship room of the Methodist Church; however, this will be our last meeting of the calendar year. The normal schedule will resume in January.
For our November presentation, we will view and discuss a video lesson by National Geographic photographer Michael Melford, “Four Kinds of Light in Landscapes.” Melford will touch on a few concepts of composition in addition to discussing the effects of various kinds of light on landscape photos. What are your favorite types of light?
Club members are invited to bring up to 10 photographs on a flash drive for sharing with the group. In keeping with this month’s topic, everyone is encouraged to include at least some images on the topic “all about light” in which the lighting (natural or artificial) is a major player in the photograph.
For more information, please contact our president, Andy Butler, at (512) 581-1470) or visit our website, pagosaspringsphotoclub.org.

This story was posted on November 12, 2018.