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January 13, 2022: "What's in the Bag" Gear Review | Monthly Meeting

Updated: Mar 20, 2022

Our January Monthly Meeting will be **IN PERSON** on Thursday, January 13, 2022 at 6:45 pm at Atlanta Tech Park. We are meeting in Peachtree Corners at Atlanta Tech Park at 107 Technology Parkway, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092.

We are planning to live-stream our events and continue to record them and upload to our YouTube Channel. We hope you will join us in-person for our meeting or online if you are more comfortable in a virtual space.

The monthly club meeting is a free event for anyone who shares a passion in photography, from the total beginner with your phone to a professional with multiple gear sets. Please join us and invite anyone who may be interested in exploring and learning about photography!

We hope you’ll join us. Details on how to join the in person meeting will be provided in an email to registered members.

Our January presentation will be a review of photography gear: “What’s In Your Bag” Gear Talk.

For our first Club meeting of 2022, we are going to look inside the gear bags of 5 photographers who specialize in different genres of photography: Wildlife, Events, Lifestyle Portraits, Landscapes, and Architectural Interiors.

What does David Dunagan take along to photograph deer in the woods so he can get beautiful close-up shots like this? You might consider using that type of gear and approach when photographing Wildlife in your own backyard.

Photographing wildlife is a bit like shooting Events where people are all over the place and you don't know what to expect. So how does Richard Phillips know what gear to bring to an event like this one he shot for the Neighborhood Cooperative Ministries with Mark Richt? You might consider this same type of gear when you shoot your next family event.

Most of us enjoy photographing people, or would at least aspire to do it well. What special gear does Brian Walton use to capture beautiful Lifestyle Portraits?

You might think that shooting Landscapes would require just a camera, lens, and a tripod, but you might be surprised at what gear it takes to make a truly stunning landscape like Mario Lombardi's.

Most of us may never shoot super high-end commercial Architectural Interiors like David Schilling has done his entire career for magazines like Veranda, but wouldn't it be fun to see what's in all these bags of his?

Come to our January 13th meeting and see for yourself what's in all these bags!



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