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Please note, that our April 1st General Meeting is CANCELLED. Please check back for other program changes, as the CDC advisories are updated.
Join us for our April General Meeting. We'll have a quick election for 2020/2021 Board Members, then get to our speaker!. Please note that we'll be meeting in the Music Room on the main level, not in the Chapel.
Paul Biederman will be returning this month for another excellent presentation!
Transforming Flower to Floral Images.
Flowers have been the most photographed subject before selfies were born. Flowers are the perfect photographic subject. They posses innate qualities color, shape, and form; they vary by the way they are illuminated, the time of day, and the growing cycle; they are innate and can’t talk back to you; they are universal; they can be grown, purchased in the store, or found in gardens: and, they have many associated meanings (love, friendship, beauty, and transcendence). Most Flower pictures are snap-shots, some are replicas (clinical), and some are artistic (floral). Through preparatory pre-processing, capturing, technical know-how, culling and post-processing (including pixel-painting), transformation occurs. This short course will be an introduction to providing a gateway and inspiration to creating art from your floral images.
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