Marie Joabar from the Capital Photography Center will present How to shoot the Moon, Fireworks, Waterfalls and Snow at NVPS’s December 1st program meeting. Marie Joabar has been immersed in photography and photography education for more than 20 years and is passionate about sharing her knowledge about photography, cameras and digital technology with others. Whether […]
Please join us for an evening of holiday lights and street photography in historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Founded in 1749, the city boasts an array of historic homes, churches, businesses and museums. They are especially lovely in the holiday season. When: Friday, December 4, 2020 from 7 PM to 9 PM Rain Date on […]
Bird photography is for everyone interested in the wildlife, beauty, and light that can be found just outside your kitchen window or far beyond. Bill’s presentation will detail photography of birds at rest and in flight, for all levels of interest and expertise, from beginner to advanced. Bill’s illustrated presentation will cover five topics, with […]
Competition Theme: Fall Harvest: Farms to Farmers Markets. A colorful time of year when produce is being farmed and sold. Land crops only, to reflect the colors and/or work gathering and selling the fall harvest. Jennifer King will join us to judge the competition. Jennifer King is an internationally acclaimed landscape and nature photographer with a […]
Prints (Virtually) Memories of Greenland with Judy Graham Judy has been fortunate to do some amazing things in her life, but the week she spent in Greenland aboard the 100-foot schooner, the Opal, remains one at the top of her list. Judy’s presentation is a compilation of photos taken on her journey around Scoresby Sound, […]
Kevin Linde will be discussing and presenting images from a time when he cruised the southern Caribbean. Kevin was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa and moved to Canada in 1992 where he met his wonderful wife, Debby. In 1998 they moved to Northern Virginia with their 2-year-old son, Ryan. Their second son, Jared, […]
Program Most photography is based on capturing real, easily recognizable subjects such as a persons, places, or things. Abstract photography is different. It focuses on finding simple elements such as: shapes, forms, lines, textures, tones, patterns, and colors. These elements can be found everywhere, and typically, can be small visual pieces of physical objects. Distortions […]
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