Next Meeting: Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 @ 7:30 PM
Program Night – Still Life Photography by Charlie Batchelder – Bring your camera!
Traditional Still Life Photography is a program that uses the established artistic principles and characteristics that have defined Still Life as an art form since the 17th century and earlier and marries them to present-day photographic technique. In this program traditional still life photography is first defined and then it is shown how it is distinct from other styles of still life photography. Then the compositional considerations of traditional still life photography are presented with examples from the presenter’s portfolio. Finally, a practical workflow is laid out that enables any photographer to get good traditional still life results with typical photographic equipment and software. Included in this workflow is a detailed explanation of focus stacking and its use to achieve the results that are seen in traditional still life work from the 17th century.
Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. The camera club season runs from the end of August through the end of June.
Our meetings are held in the Banquet Hall at Hatter’s Park located at 7 East Hayestown Road, Danbury CT. Drive on East Hayestown road to the Hatters Park Duckpin facility. The meeting room is attached on the right. Our meetings start at 7:30 PM, but members normally arrive around 7:00 pm to socialize. We hope to see you there soon!
Are you a New or interested in becoming a New Member of Candlewood Camera Club?
Please visit our “Welcome New Members” Page.