Member’s Gallery – Prints (Virtually): Maine with Mike Kane & Digital: Passion for Architecture with Judy Guenther
April 27 @ 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Maine with Michael Kane
Mike Kane will present a sampling of images from his explorations of the mid-coast of Maine.
Photography started early for Mike, while in high school he picked up an Argus C3 rangefinder and began teaching himself how to make images. He moved onto using a Minolta SRT-101 during his college years while dabbling in his own darkroom but life soon brought a career and children which left little time for exploring with his camera.
Following a 30 year career in local government, Mike bought a digital camera to reacquaint himself with photography. He joined NVPS in 2009 to meet other photographers and to learn as much as he could about digital photography.
His passion for photography grew, he graduated from the Washington School of Photography in 2011 and had success selling his fine art prints and instructing introductory classes in digital photography.
In 2013 Mike and his wife left Northern Virginia for the mid-coast of Maine where he has a small real estate photography business and ample opportunities for expanding his personal catalog of images and prints.
With being able to re-connect with friends on Zoom, Mike re-joined NVPS in 2020.
Passion for Architecture with Judy Guenther
Judy Guenther specifically loves the many opportunities provided by architecture: rotundas, stairs, bridges, cultural icons, specific architects, skylines, cathedrals, exterior, interior, reflections, details, abstracts and cultural. She has narrowed down the focus of her presentation tonight to the architects Frank Gehry, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Santiago Calatrava, rotundas, stairs, and cultural buildings.
Judy joined NVPS in the fall of 2015. She is an avid travel photographer and enjoys post-processing and creativity. She has spent this period of Covid isolation without travel by working on photos from past travels. Judy is a member of the Art League at the Torpedo Factory in Old Town Alexandria, the Maryland Federation for the Arts, and the F11 Women’s Photography Group. She enjoys a variety of photographic subjects including architecture, landscapes, abstracts, colors, nature, wildlife and cultural portraits.