Digital Photography SIG
This SIG meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7.p.m.
Taking pictures has never been easier. Make use of your Virtual Darkroom and join us!
We play with digital photos from cameras or film scanners. We try to improve them with good software,
and then display them either in print or on screen. It's lots of fun and we all learn together!

SIG Leader: Joe Dietz
joedietz@aol.com

This Months Program Notes


Digital Photography Special Interest Group

Windows 10 Photo APP

November 27, 2018

Digital Photography Special Interest Group Tuesday, November 27, 2018 Is Windows 10 (STILL) driving you crazy? Many of you have taken the “Is Windows 10 Driving You Crazy?? and learned a lot about navigating Windows 10 but there is still a lot to learn. Have you tried the Windows 10 Photo App? In this Digital Photography Special Interest Group we will take a look at this app that is a part of the Windows 10 operating system. What does it do? After a few quick taps in Windows settings you will be ready to go. Here is the list that Windows uses to advertise this app. As time permits we will go through a bunch of them • Crop and rotate photos, adjust lighting and color, add filters and other effects. • Trim video clips, and upload them to YouTube, or other social apps. • Create new videos from photos and video clips, with music, filters, and other effects. • Search your collection for people, places, and things that are automatically tagged for you. • Draw on a photo or video. • Edit your video project to change music, camera motion, text, filters, and more. • Add 3D effects to videos, like a swarm of bees, lightning, or a fireball! • Enjoy albums and videos created for you automatically--edit and save the ones you like. • Remix videos to instantly change the look and feel--recombining images, music, and styles. • Remix an album to view it as a video. Remix again for new music, style, and content combos. • When browsing your collection, make images smaller for quicker scrolling, or larger for more detail. • Fix red eyes and blemishes in photos. • View images as a slideshow. .

Our photo contest for this month will be "Composites". Get creative and merge some of your photos or sketches to create a “Composite”. Make your composite and e-mail it to joedietz@aol.com no later than November 26, 2018. Hope to see you at CKCS on November 27 at 7 PM. Bring a friend.

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Thanks for all your support!

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Photo of the month Competition

Here are the new topics for 2018.
Photo Contest Topics for 2018 January - Ice; February - Stairways; March - Transportation; April - Abstracts; May - Stone Work; June - Insects;, July (3 topics - Hard Copy entry) – Fog - National/State Parks - Funny Signs; August - In need of Repair; September - Rust; October - Silos; November - Composites; December - No meeting - Have a great holiday season! .

Guidelines for our Photo-of-the-Month competition

All members of CKCS can submit one photo each to our Photo-of-the-Month competition.
2. No photo that has already won a prize at one of our competitions can be re-submitted. That includes our ”Hall-of-Fame” Exhibits.
3. The photos will be submitted to the SIG leader at least a day before the SIG meeting. The names of the photographer will not be known to the voters until after the vote has taken place. The SIG Leader who knows the names will be excluded from voting.
4. Every member present at the meeting votes for only one photo.

1. See you there! .


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