Our May Monthly Meeting will be on Thursday,
May 11, 2023 at 6:45 pm!
The monthly club meeting is a free event for anyone who shares a passion for photography, from the total beginner with your phone to a professional with multiple gear sets. Please join us in-person or online and invite anyone who may be interested in exploring and learning about photography!
We meet at Atlanta Tech Park at 107 Technology Parkway, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092. You are welcome to arrive at 6:15 pm for fellowship and social time to meet new and current members.
Access the May Meeting online on May 13th at 6:45 pm:
Meeting ID: 876 2898 0268
Our May Speaker is John Slemp and the topic will be “Product Photography for Special Projects, Keepsakes, and Heirlooms”!
If you attended or watched the video recording of John’s presentation at our February 2022 meeting, you’ll remember that he gave a very engaging and informative presentation on his World War II bomber jacket project. He showed photos of the priceless bomber jackets that he shot with a large homemade lightbox. He's going to bring that lightbox to show everyone, and demonstrate how to use it, and how you could make a similar one. You may not have a need to photograph bomber jackets, but perhaps you have other family heirlooms or keepsakes that you don’t have room to keep, but don’t want to lose the memory of them? John will give you tips and ideas on how you can take high quality photos of these types of memorabilia, large and small, and retain the memory without needing to keep the physical object.
Join us on May 11th as we talk about lighting and photographing everyday objects with readily available light…including natural light.
What you will learn:
Dealing with shiny objects.
Bringing out texture.
Shooting tethered to a laptop.
Naming and archiving your images.
Macro photography anyone?
About John Slemp
Former Army officer turned pro photographer. 25+ years experience creating award-winning images for clients worldwide. Aviation a specialty since 2007. Rode in a C-130 three times before ever landing in one. First Catholic mass was at the Vatican, with the Pope. First golf course I ever stepped on was at the Masters in Augusta. Lover of a good cheeseburger, fly fishing, and my dog Winston. Published author. Less hair than when I was younger, but I'm a lot wiser…