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

This Month's Web Page and Program Notes

Digital Photography Special Interest Group

Carol Peachee Phhotography

April 25, 2017

On April 25th we have a guest speaker – Photographer and Bourbon enthusiast Carol Peachee. Carol will talk to us about her adventures in photography and old abandoned distilleries. From Carol’s webpage…”In The Birth of Bourbon, award-winning photographer Carol Peachee takes readers on an unforgettable tour of lost distilleries as well as facilities undergoing renewal such as the famous Old Taylor and James. E. Pepper distilleries in Lexington Kentucky. This beautiful book also includes spaces that well-known brands, including Maker’s Mark Woodford Reserve, Four Roses, and Buffalo Trace, have preserved as homage to their rich histories. Using a technique known as high-dynamic-range imaging - a process that produces rich saturation, intensely clarified details, and a full spectrum of light-. Peachee reveals the vibrant life lingering in artifacts from worn cypress fermenting tubs to extravagant copper stills. This lavish celebration of bourbon’s heritage will delight whiskey aficionados, history buffs, and art lovers alike.” Carol will have a slide show and will talk about her book – The Birth of Bourbon published in 2015 by University Press of KY. This month’s photo contest will be “Disappearing Professions”. Think about jobs that have gone by! Search your archives and find the right image. Send it to no later than April 24, 2017. .


Thanks for all your support!See you at 7 PM

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Photo of the month Competition

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! .

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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