The next meeting is
February 21, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Tom Parker will be our guest speaker.
Tom is a young talented photographer from Vancouver Island and below is his short bio and link to a little video where he tells a little about himself and his photography. Tom is also very active on social media and will be happy to talk about it as well.
Tom Parker is an outdoor and lifestyle photographer from Vancouver Island, B.C. The work that he does is a reflection of his lifestyle and passions, gaining a unique perspective from his surroundings and adventures.
After the break, our very own Judy Hancock-Holland has graciously agreed to present one of the wonderful projects she works on.
Judy’s one hour presentation is titled “Falling in Love with Creation: Photography as a Spiritual Path” and given Judy’s talents, it promises to be a wonderful presentation.
You can see some of her beautiful work at her website:
This is a meeting not to miss – full of beautiful and inspiring photography.
The meeting is held at the St. Andrews Church on the Corner of Fitzwilliam and Wesley streets.
As always, guests are most welcome.
A reminder that the Oceanside Photographic Society (camera club) has invited us to attend a full day workshop they are hosting with Rick Hulbert, an outstanding teacher and photographer from Vancouver. This event is on Saturday March 11th from 9am until 5pm at the Beach Club Resort in Parksville. Doors open at 8 am.
Tickets will be available at the meeting — $ 50 each.
There will also b e tickets for the Island Photography Workshops’ seminar with renowned world & humanitarian assignment photographer, best-selling author, digital publisher and international workshop leader – David duChemin. His seminar is on May 20th, right here in Nanaimo. Tickets are $95, with an early bird price of $85.
To view the Program for 2016/2017 Click Here
President’s Message February 2017 Click Here
Special Interest Groups – more information – Click Here
Photo Challenges and Competitions Guide Lines for 2016-2017 Click Here