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MONDAY, MARCH 11 — PHOTO EXHIBITION: SHOOTER’S CHOICE

Members will submit their favorite images to share with the club.  This is our members’ chance to show off what they’ve been working on lately!  The exhibitions have become a member favorite activity.  A slideshow set to music will display the member-submitted entries, and discussion will follow the slideshow.

The Cookeville Camera Club meets at the First Presbyterian Church in Cookeville.  Visitors are always welcome.

MONDAY, JANUARY 14 — PHOTO EXHIBITION: SHOOTER’S CHOICE

Members will submit two of their favorite images to share with the club.  This is our members’ chance to show off what they’ve been working on lately!  The exhibitions have become a member favorite activity.  A slideshow set to music will display the member-submitted entries, and discussion will follow the slideshow.

The Cookeville Camera Club meets at the First Presbyterian Church in Cookeville.  Visitors are always welcome.

MONDAY, JANUARY 14 — CONTEST: OPEN

“Open” contests are a chance for members to show off their creativity, unrestricted by rules about themes.  Exercise those imagination muscles!

A slideshow set to music will display the member-submitted entries. Following the show, the three top People’s Choice images, as voted on by club members, will be revealed.

The Cookeville Camera Club meets at the First Presbyterian Church in Cookeville.  Visitors are always welcome.

Photography Terms

(Incomplete) Glossary of Terms Used When Evaluating a Photographic Image

Abstract – abstract art uses a visual language of shape, form, color, texture, and line to create a composition which has no main subject.

Ambient light – also referred to as available light, is the light that is occurring in the scene without adding any flash or light modifiers. This could be daylight, or man-made light such as tungsten or fluorescent bulbs.  Any light that the photographer has not added to the scene.

Aperture – the variable opening in the lens through which light passes to the film or digital sensor.  Measured in  f-stops. It can be compared to your pupil which opens and closes to allow more or less light to enter your eye depending on the brightness level of the room.

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 8 — PHOTO ESSAYS

Members will share their images with the audience in the form of a “slideshow” that can be up to five minutes long.  One of our favorite meetings!

Members will introduce their essays, and discussion of the images will follow.  This is a wonderful opportunity to share and learn from other photographers!

The Cookeville Camera Club meets at the First Presbyterian Church in Cookeville.  Visitors are always welcome.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 — PHOTO EXHIBITION: SHOOTER’S CHOICE

Members will submit two of their favorite images to share with the club.  This is our members’ chance to show off what they’ve been working on lately!  The exhibitions have become a member favorite activity.  A slideshow set to music will display the member-submitted entries, and discussion will follow the slideshow.

The Cookeville Camera Club meets at the First Presbyterian Church in Cookeville.  Visitors are always welcome.