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Meeting location

HGCC meetings start at 7:30 PM in the gymnasium at Keatsway Public School, 323 Keats Way, Waterloo. Wheelchair accessible. Free Parking.

Meetings are usually held the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month from September to June. Please refer to the club program for dates and details.

Program for 2016-2017

Brant Danard has put together an exciting program for 2016-2017. There will be lots of opportunity to learn, share and explore the art of photography.

Speaker and Topic Highlights:

Oct. 17: John Tran - Drone Photography
Nov. 7: Tina Dorrans - Stacking, Stitching, and HDR
Nov. 21: Alan Morgan - Photos from Antarctica
Dec. 5: Kevin Garrett - Introduction to Lightroom
Apr. 3: Vincent Lions - Fashion and Creative Photography
May 1: Stephan Orlando - Motion Exposure Techniques

Other highlights:
Nov. 6 - Grand Valley Image Battle; to participate with the club submission your photos are due Sept. 28
Jan. 16 - In Club Competition; to participate photos are due Dec. 5
Feb. 6 & Mar. 6 - Workshop - Share images from workshop with members on Mar. 20
Apr. date to be determined by Stratford Club - Stag & Swan; to participate with the club submission your photos are due Mar. 6

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HGCC Banquet meeting

2017-06-05 18:30

I have obtained a place for the HGCC Banquet meeting. It is at Court at Laurelwood Retirement Residence, 605 Laurelwood drive, Waterloo, Ontario.

We would be very pleased to host your end of year dinner on Monday, June 5 at 6:30 pm. As discussed the details are as follows;

· Approximately 35 people in attendance.
· $22.00 per head
· Juice and salad to start.
· A choice of chicken or beef entrée
· Dessert, tea and coffee.
If you would like wine or beer with your meal you can BYOB.

We will need to confirm how many will attend and get your money to pay them.
You can email back to me at chamcooker@ gmail.com or to hgcc@highlandglen.ca

Also, don't forget to bring your prints for the print competition. As Kevin said the voting will be a loonie placed in a cup at the print you are voting for. If you enter two prints you may vote for two prints. The print owner will receive the contents of the cup next to the print.

Bernado is signing up for the CAPA membership.

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The EPSON International Pano Awards

2017-05-10 19:28

Attn: Highland Glen Camera Club,

We are pleased to announce The 8th EPSON International Pano Awards is now OPEN for entries.

And we are thrilled to welcome Nikon, Epson's 'imaging partner', as a new sponsor of the awards!

Please find attached a press release for announcement. Images are available for publication on request.

For further information, please visit the website and follow us on Facebook.

Early-bird entries close July 9th, 2017.

Kind regards,

David Evans
Curator

The International Pano Awards
PO Box 3683
Norwood SA 5067
Australia
thepanoawards.com
ABN:48 314 982 488

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Next meeting, Monday, May 15, 2017

2017-05-15 19:30
2017-05-15 21:30

The meeting on Monday on May 15, 2017 will be the Annual General Meeting and elections of the board for the next term. We will also be discussing the Banquet on June 5, 2017. And we will be asking what you would like to see in the meetings next year. Let us know what you would like to see in next years meetings.

We will be having Paul Zago from Photo Medi Decor speak to us on what you can do with your images rather than having them sit on your computer hard drive. You could have them printed on plexi - Sleek and ultra modern, showcase your photo as if it is embedded into a glass-like surface. Or have them printed on aluminum or wood or artistic paper.

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Update to Monday, May 1st meeting

The meeting is at the Keats Way School. As part of the presentation, Stephan Orlanda wants to do something at Waterloo Park. The Highland Glen Club meeting part will adjourn when the presentation ends at the school. He may invite people to join him at the Waterloo Park to do some shooting much as we would do if we were going out and asked if anyone would like to join us. So, the school part may end earlier if the gym is not available.

On another note, the following meeting after this will be the Annual General Meeting and elections for the new Board of Directors for the next term. As it stands now we are down two board members. With a smaller number of members on the board, it is difficult to get decisions made on running the club. At the last board meeting, we did not have enough for a quorum so we did not get a vote on items on the agenda. I will bring them up before the presentation on Monday evening. We do need nominations for Directors at Large and for Vice President. Without a board of directors, we do not have a camera club.

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