If you haven’t registered yet please do so before Friday noon.
We will be purchasing supplies for the event on Sunday and we want an accurate count.
Please bring your photos IF they were displayed at the Iowa State Fair this year!
Click here for more details and time
Please bring a dish to share and RSVP below:
Don’t forget to register/RSVP for our cookout this coming Sunday
We will get started at 12:30 and we ask you bring a side to pass/share.
If you had a photo displayed at the Iowa State Fair please bring and share with everyone!
Complete the quick RSVP form below.
More details can be found here:
September Cookout Event Details
Don’t forget to RSVP if you plan to attend the annual cookout.
Details can be found here: September Club Meeting Cookout
We are asking club members to bring Iowa State Fair photos and share them with the group.
As our club has grown over the past few years we have a number of excellent photographers with skills and experiences others could benefit from.
We are looking for any club members who would be willing to do a short presentation about their passion of photography.
Don’t worry about it being “perfect”, we want to encourage members to share with other members.
Maybe your good a night photography, sports photography, portraits or landscape?
Maybe you are good with photo editing, printing or ???
Complete the form below or talk to a board member at the next meeting!
Our September meeting will actually be our annual club cookout
RSVP by completing the form below.
The club will supply table services and the main dish, we ask you bring a side dish to share.
There will NOT be a showcase photographer or theme.
Bring your camera and take some time to walk around Wickiup and take some photos!
NOTE: We will start at 12:30 for lunch!
If you were a winner of the 2013 Annual Photo contest held in November 2013, we want to highlight your photo on our website!
Here are the instructions:
- Please email the photos to Webmaster@LinnAreaPhotoClub.org
- JPG format (prefer you export to 72dpi and max size 1500px on the longest side)
- Image name should be Example: Your Name – Photo Title – Category won.jpg
If you have any troubles with exporting or file size email webmaster@LinnAreaPhotoClub.org for further directions.
Bob Randklev – Webmaster
Registration is now open for the 2014 Canon Explorers of Light
With special guest Rick Sammon!
The event is free but you can order a boxed lunch as there are no restaurants nearby.
If you’re not a member you can also register and join our photography club!
Click the link below to register today for the 2014 Canon Explorers of Light
Help us market the event!
Download a 2014 Canon EOL PDF flyer by clicking the flyer image.
Forward by email or print and display for other photographers to join us!
<<<<<< Find Rick Sammon books on Amazon >>>>>>>
A year ago I purchased the new Canon EOS M and love the quality and power of the camera in a smaller form factor.
It has the processing power of a full size 50d and the more recent processor and speed.
BUT half the size, cost and weight!
The package includes:
- Canon EOS M with 22mm 1:2 lens (you can almost shoot in the dark!)
- Canon EF 18-55 lens
- Canon Speedlite 90x
- Canon EOS M adaptor mount: If you have EF-S Canon lens you can put them on this camera! I’ve seen a 400mm lens on a EOS-M!!
- Memory card
- Lowepro sling camera bag
I paid over $1500 for everything last year and current prices are around half that or $750.
I’d like to sell the entire kit for $600, see the details and current prices below:
Contact Bob Randklev at 319-533-6927 or email Bob@LifeIsTooBusy.com with any questions or to meet and see the package.
PS: I will post on Craigslist next week but I first wanted the club members to have an opportunity first!
An update from Bill:
“I just returned from Cedar Lake this morning to check the conditions.
The City has closed off the back side of the lake at the bridges on both ends, so there is no access to the West side of the lake.
l don’t know when the trail will open so I would have to say the Club shoot will have to be canceled until further notice.
Meet Michael Paul Smith.
For over 25 years, he has been creating an imaginary world called “Elgin Park,” filled with scaled models of old cars.
They are 1/24th the size to be exact.
He chooses appropriate surroundings for these models, and then uses his camera to capture the most realistic shot possible.
The kind of shot that you have no idea is within a tiny world.
Here’s the best part: he does it all with a $200 point and shoot camera.
Dive into his world below.
Maybe this could be an idea for an upcoming photo shoot or winter project?