|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|
Matt Wornowicz – Fine Arts Imagers Innovations in the last few years have moved the exciting future of digital printing possibilities for your images into the exciting NOW! No longer constrained by the limitations of paper and canvas, photographers and artists of all levels can now use exciting and affordable ways to display their work. Matt Wornowicz, Chief Operating Officer for Fine Art Imagers, will provide an introduction to the options available for turning digital images into exciting art for any style home or office. Matt will be displaying samples of prints on fine art paper, canvas, acrylic and metal, and—in this presentation—will focus on the benefits and challenges of printing on metal. He will provide tips for choosing the right media type for your images, and present specific tips for preparing your digital pictures in order to print stunning images that will bring your work to life and create a “wow” effect for those seeing it time and time again. Matt’s Bio: After a 17-year career in construction engineering, implementation, and management, Matt Wornowicz has brought his accumulated skills to a new Kentucky corporation, Fine Art Imagers. As the Chief Operating Officer, Matt oversees all production and works with photographers and other artists to get the most out of their images. Fine Art Imagers describes itself as a “boutique” printer, providing personalized service to insure the finest quality products.Tonight’s photo contest is “Machine Parts”. Check out your garage, your kitchen or wherever you have machine parts. Take a good picture and send it to email@example.com no later than September 25, 2017 This will be an extremely interesting evening. So come on out!
Here are the new topics for 2017.
January - Porches: February - Eyes: March - Bottles/Broken Glass; April - Disappearing professions; May - Hats; June - Close up; July - Annual Photo Contest (1) People at Work, (2) Church Windows, (3) Back Alleys; August - Arches; September - Machine Parts; October - Curves; November - Autumn; December - No meeting - Have a great holiday season! .
All members of CKCS can submit one photo each to our Photo-of-the-Month
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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