Aug
7
7:00 PM19:00

Monthly Club Meeting

Tech Tip: Raw vs Jpeg by Walt Sterneman
Photoshare: Evening/morning light and/or shadows
Guidelines for Photoshares: Up to eight (8) images per person. Please use these dimensions for your images:
For landscape orientation: 1400 pixels width
For portrait orientation: 1050 pixels height.
The ppi doesn’t matter.
If you want the images shown in a particular order, rename them, adding numbers at the start of the file name, e.g., 01-IMG_567, 02-IMG_428.
Please put your images in a separate folder using this format: !BPCAug-YourName. The exclamation point serves to put the folder at the top of any other folders you may have on your flashdrive/cd, making the loading process much easier for the person doing that task.

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Aug
11
8:00 AM08:00

Field Trip to Skinner Farm Museum & Village

Saturday, Aug, 11 Skinner Farm.  See http://skinnervillage.eshire.net/index.html

Directions:
Located 5 miles South of I-74, in Vermillion county, Indiana, near Perrysville. To get there from I-74, proceed south on SR63 to SR32, turn west and go 3 miles to village entrance. Can also be found 4 miles west of Perrysville, on SR32.

Cost: $10.00

As the date approaches, there will be further information here.

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Aug
13
7:00 PM19:00

L.A.W.N. Meeting

  • Monroe County Public Library, Rm 1B (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Photoshare. A reminder: Please limit the number of your photos for the photoshare to 10. Also, please size the photos to 1400 pixels on the long side and put them in a folder labeled LAWN-Aug-[Your last name]. Thanks!

Group Coordinators:
Robert Wrenn
 bobwrenn812@gmail.com
Walt Sterneman walt@sterneman.net

 

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    Aug
    22
    6:30 PM18:30

    Film Users Group FUG Meeting

    • Monroe County Public Library Room 2A (map)
    • Google Calendar ICS

    This meeting will feature our first photoshare. Please note: All images for sharing must originate from film and not from a digital source. You may bring prints or digital images for projection. Prints may be a traditional silver gelatin or another photographic printing processes. For images to be projected, please bring them on a thumb drive. 

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    Jul
    9
    7:00 PM19:00

    L.A.W.N. Meeting

    • Monroe County Public Library, Rm 2A (not 1B) (map)
    • Google Calendar ICS

    Tech Tip: Walt Sterneman will provide a tech tip on Light Room's catalog..

    Photoshare. A reminder: Please limit the number of your photos for the photoshare to 10. Also, please size the photos to 1400 pixels on the long side and put them in a folder labeled LAWN-July-[Your last name]. Thanks!

    Group Coordinators:
    Robert Wrenn
     bobwrenn812@gmail.com
    Walt Sterneman walt@sterneman.net

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    Jul
    3
    7:00 PM19:00

    Monthly Club Meeting

    Tech Tip: TBA by James Kellar
    Photoshare: Signs, rural & urban decay, interiors & exteriors of buildings
    Guidelines for Photoshares: Up to eight (8) images per person. Please use these dimensions for your images:
    For landscape orientation: 1400 pixels width
    For portrait orientation: 1050 pixels height.
    The ppi doesn’t matter.
    If you want the images shown in a particular order, rename them, adding numbers at the start of the file name, e.g., 01-IMG_567, 02-IMG_428.
    Please put your images in a separate folder using this format: !BPCJuly-YourName. The exclamation point serves to put the folder at the top of any other folders you may have on your flashdrive/cd, making the loading process much easier for the person doing that task.

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    Jun
    27
    6:30 PM18:30

    Film Users Group FUG Meeting

    • Monroe County Public Library Room 2A (map)
    • Google Calendar ICS

    This meeting will feature our first photoshare. Please note: All images for sharing must originate from film and not from a digital source. You may bring prints or digital images for projection. Prints may be a traditional silver gelatin or another photographic printing processes. For images to be projected, please bring them on a thumb drive. 

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    Jun
    11
    7:00 PM19:00

    L.A.W.N. Meeting

    Photoshare. A reminder: Please limit the number of your photos for the photoshare to 10. Also, please size the photos to 1400 pixels on the long side and put them in a folder labeled LAWN-May-[Your last name]. Thanks!

    Group Coordinators:
    Robert Wrenn
     bobwrenn812@gmail.com
    Walt Sterneman walt@sterneman.net

     

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      Jun
      5
      7:00 PM19:00

      Monthly Club Meeting

      Tech Tip:  Downloading Pictures from Your Phone to a Computer
      Photoshare: Landscapes
      Guidelines for photoshares: Up to eight (8) images per person. Please use these dimensions for your images:
      For landscape orientation: 1400 pixels width
      For portrait orientation: 1050 pixels height.
      The ppi doesn’t matter.
      If you want the images shown in a particular order, rename them, adding numbers at the start of the file name, e.g., 01-IMG_567, 02-IMG_428.
      Please put your images in a separate folder using this format: !BPCJune-YourName. The exclamation point serves to put the folder at the top of any other folders you may have on your flashdrive/cd, making the loading process much easier for the person doing that task.

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      May
      14
      7:00 PM19:00

      L.A.W.N. Meeting

      Chuck Beckett will give a tech tip on cloud storage.
      Photoshare. A reminder: Please limit the number of your photos for the photoshare to 10. Also, please size the photos to 1400 pixels on the long side and put them in a folder labeled LAWN-May-[Your last name]. Thanks!

      Group Coordinators:
      Robert Wrenn
       bobwrenn812@gmail.com
      Walt Sterneman walt@sterneman.net

       

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        May
        3
        5:30 PM17:30

        Waldron Image Submission for Jury

        2018 BPC Annual Juried Exhibit
        This exhibit will again be held at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center, during July.
        A change this year is that members will submit their images in digital form for jurying. This means you will not have to make prints, mount, and mat until you are notified whether your submission has been juried in.
        Images that are juried in can then be prepared for exhibition.
        Submission of images will take place Thursday, May 3, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., in the Club’s regular meeting room at the First Presbyterian Church.
        You may submit up to three images on a flash drive or cd. They will be copied and checked at that time, and help will be available to reformat or rename image files if necessary. Entry fee is $2.00 per image, and you must be a paid BPC member to submit. Images must not have appeared in any previous BPC exhibit, whether juried or not. (Photoshares at meetings do not count as exhibits.) Images submitted to a previous BPC juried exhibit but not accepted may be resubmitted. For complete information, please see “Guidelines for Submitting Works for Jurying” on the BPC website:
        http://bloomingtonphotoclub.org/waldron-guidelines/

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        Apr
        27
        to Apr 29

        BPC Hocking Hills Ohio Field Trip

        • Hocking Hills State Park (map)
        • Google Calendar ICS

        Saturday, April 28, 19852 State Route 664 S, Logan, Ohio.
        You may want to plan on staying Friday and Saturday nights.
        Hocking Hills, which is a 4 1/2-hour drive from Bloomington, "provides a variety of recreational opportunities in a splendid natural setting. The 2,356-acre park has towering cliffs, waterfalls, and deep hemlock-shaded gorges that lure the hiker and naturalist and serve as a backdrop to popular facilities and accommodations."  See http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/hockinghills.

        Phone Reservations for cabins, Hocking Hills Field Trip
        Reservations can also be made 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. by calling (866) 644-6727. It takes awhile to get through the recordings of cancellation policies but you will be connected to a real person who can answer questions and make a reservation for you. Time is of the essence!

        Hocking Hills cabins, must be rented for at least two nights. The nearest lodge, with a restaurant, is at Lake Hope State Park, about 30 minutes from Hocking Hills; see http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/lakehopemedia. Lake Hope also has cabins, and they also must be rented for at least two nights. More expensive options nearby are Baymont Inn & Suites Logan pn: 740-385-1700, and Holiday Inn Express Hocking Hills-Logan pn: 740-385-7700.
        Membership in the club is required for participation in field trips, but spouses/partners are welcome.

        If you'd like to visit dramatic Robinson Falls (aka “Corkscrew Falls”) at nearby Boch Hollow State Nature Preserve http://trekohio.com/2016/07/10/boch-hollow-state-nature-preserve-robinson-falls/ you must first obtain a free permit from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources http://ohiodnr.gov/ Along with the permit, you will get a map showing the falls, where to park, directions, and preserve rules.

        If you plan to go, please email field trip coordinator Taresah Youngmen at tystudio2@gmail.com.

        As the date approaches, there will be further information here and on the club's website.

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        Apr
        23
        6:00 PM18:00

        Portrait Focus Group Field Trip

        The Portrait Focus Group has been given private access to two Ivy Tech cooking classes to photograph the chefs in action.  This evening we will be photographing the Candies and Chocolates class under Chef Stacy Stran.  We will take entrance 7 to the Culinary Arts Kitchen.

        Group Coordinator
        Kip May
        Kip May Photography
        141 N. Adams St.
        Bloomington, IN 47404

        812-345-0142
        www.kipmay.com
        kipmay@sbcglobal.net

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        Apr
        22
        9:00 AM09:00

        Macro Group Outing

        Macro Focus Group Field Trip: Garfield Park, Indianapolis
        Garfield Park has a tropical conservatory and sunken garden. Irises will be a special feature on the date of the field trip. Photography is fine, but not tripods.
        More details will be listed soon for ride share and meeting locations.
        For more information about Garfield Park please visit: https://www.garfieldgardensconservatory.org/  

        Group Coordinators
        Nola Donley donley.dn@comcast.net
        Juliet Frey jstarkfrey@comcast.net

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        Apr
        12
        6:00 PM18:00

        Portrait Focus Group Field Trip

        The Portrait Focus Group has been given private access to two Ivy Tech cooking classes to photograph the chefs in action.  This evening we will be photographing the Soups, Stocks, and Sauces class under Chef Darren Worth.  We will take entrance 7 to the Culinary Arts Kitchen.

        Group Coordinator
        Kip May
        Kip May Photography
        141 N. Adams St.
        Bloomington, IN 47404

        812-345-0142
        www.kipmay.com
        kipmay@sbcglobal.net

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        Apr
        3
        7:00 PM19:00

        Monthly Club Meeting

        Tech Tip: What Camera Should I Buy? Presented by club members Kip May (on point-and-shoot cameras); Bob Wrenn (on DSLRs) and Jeff Schemmer (on mirrorless cameras). Photoshare: "Wind, clouds, patterns in nature." 
        Guidelines for photoshares: Up to eight (8) images per person. Please use these dimensions for your images:
        For landscape orientation: 1400 pixels width
        For portrait orientation: 1050 pixels height.
        The ppi doesn’t matter.
        If you want the images shown in a particular order, rename so as to add numbers at the start of the file name, e.g., 01-IMG_567, 02-IMG_428.
        Please put your images in a separate folder using this format: !BPCNov-YourName. The exclamation point serves to put the folder at the top of any other folders you may have on your flashdrive/cd, making the loading process much easier for the person doing that task.

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