|September 4||September 18||September 25|
What I Did On My Summer Vacation
All you need to do is bring (up to 5 per member) prints or digital images of what you did during your summer vacation and we can talk and mingle and share stories. It’s our welcoming to the new season and gives the old and the new members a chance to meet and mingle during a relaxed evening.
Presentation of trophies and certificates to end-of-the-year winners.
No judges, no image shows, no pressure.
Scheduled shows presented by SCC members:
Titles to be announced. Presentations are subject to change.
|October 2||October 16||October 30|
The workshop Depicting Central New York is to prepare for upcoming club exhibits. Members are asked to bring up to 10 digital images to the workshop of scenes from Central New York. The images will be displayed to show their efforts and garner feedback.
The judge for October 16 is Bruce Strong.
I can be looking for different things in different photos. I often look for a narrative or emotional impact or a combination of the two.
Scheduled Image Shows presented by SCC members:
A Retrospective by Robert Burdick
Presentations are subject to change.
|November 6||November 20|
Baltimore Woods Exhibit Preview.
This workshop is an opportunity to share images from Autumn in Central New York in preparation for the Baltimore Woods Exhibit scheduled for Sept/Oct 2020.
Images can be taken from around the Central New York area which includes the Adirondacks and the Finger Lakes. Please bring up to five digital images on a thumb drive to display. The fun part of the workshop will be club members feedback to help us decide which of images they would select for the Baltimore exhibit. Of course the final decision is the photographer’s. Images do not have to be taken this autumn but can be from prior autumns as well.
The judge for November 20th is David Cornelius Sutherland:
It must have good content, composition — is the frame filled and the background controlled — and good technical quality.
It must have strong visual impact, be interesting enough to keep my attention, and often the best photos tell me something new about the world. That isn’t required to be an excellent photo but many of the best do that.
David Sutherland taught at Syracuse University for 40 years in photojournalism, picture editing and photography. He is recently retired.
|December 4||December 18 Cancelled|
“The Subjective Landscape” presented by Chris Murray:
Professional photographer Chris Murray of Syracuse will draw the distinction between objective and subjective landscape; qualities of each, differences of approach and intent and then, “listening” to your vision.
The judge for December 18th is Jamie Young:
Aside from the obviously technical, a well technically executed image is important. The decisions for executing the image to appear a certain way should be intentional in regard to how the image portrays the narrative and/or emotion the photographer wants the viewer to see. Aesthetically I want to see an image that has an interesting narrative and/or emotional power, which is also well framed and composed.
|January 15 – Still Life||January 29|
For themed competition ‘Still Life’, the judge on January 15th is Meredith Cantor-Feller:
Still life as an image of objects that have been purposefully placed into a scene or environment. The objects are placed there purposefully which means each object has a strong value in the narrative. This doesn’t mean that all of the still life is created. The background or some foundation elements may have been part of the environment but are still very accountable for their role in the story. In essence, like minimalism, all parts play valuable roles.
I look for the elements in the still life to state their purpose clearly and have a relationship to other elements in the still life in a meaningful way. For example: How two things touch or don’t. How the colors compliment or don’t.
|February 5||February 19||February 26|
|March 4||March 18 – Birds||March 25|
|April 1||April 15||April 29|
|May 6||May 20 – Portraits|
|June 3||Tuesday, June 9*||June 24|
|*Not open to members or public.|