Color in the Landscape, November 13

Courthouse Mountain and Cimarron Aspens
Courthouse Mountain Sunset, © Andy Butler

The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will meet on Wednesday, November 13, 6 pm, at the Community United Methodist Church at 434 Lewis Street. 

Our topic this month will be “Color in Landscape Photography”. We will watch and discuss a video Landscape Color Variation and Combinations by National Geographic photographer Michael Melford. Melford will present several concepts for ways in which color variations can be used in your photographic compositions. Those attending are asked to bring your ideas, and questions, on using color in your photographic compositions. 

Members may bring up to 10 digital images on a flash drive to share and discuss following the program.  Given our topic, perhaps think of “colorful” images. 

This will be our last monthly meeting of the year; the club will resume programs in January. Also, because of the Thanksgiving holiday, we will not have a Photo Talk and Coffee this month. However, we do plan to have one on Dec 5 at the usual place (Dorothy’s Cafe) and time (9 am). 

November 14 Meeting, “Four Kinds of Light”

The November meeting of the Pagosa Springs Photography Club will be held on November 14, 6 PM, at the Community United Methodist Church fellowship hall. We will view and discuss a video lesson by National Geographic photographer Michael Melford, “Four Kinds of Light in Landscapes”. Melford will touch on a few concepts of composition in addition to discussing the effects of various kinds of light on landscape photos. What are your favorite types of light?

This will be our last regular meeting of the calendar year, so there will be some Club business to attend to as well.

Each member may bring up to 10 images on a flash drive to share. This month, consider bringing at least some photos that are “all about light”, in which the lighting (natural or artificial) is a major player in the image.

The gallery of photos from the Oct 1 Chama train chase has been updated with photos from more of the participants. So even if you already looked at it, check it out again. The gallery is on our Club web site: https://pagosaspringsphotoclub.org/2018/10/20/chama-train-chase/.

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