- 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020
- UNT Health Science Center, 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd.; map and directions to meeting room
- Digital Image Processing – Escaping Adobe
Modern digital photography has given rise to all new ways of processing images and new storage and cataloging needs such as:
- Digital Asset Management/catalog
- RAW Conversion
- Image Processing
This program will look at some of the free, low cost, single purchase and subscription products available for photographers. The program will discuss
- how best to edit a RAW file
- how to optimize an image in an editing program
- how to store thousands image files.
This presentation will give you some ideas as to what is out there and if it is possible to escape from Adobe.
Darren is an award winning photographer and regular presenter for Fort Worth Camera Club.
Fort Worth Camera Club is celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2020. Check this website regularly to learn about meetings, workshops and outings to help you enjoy your interest in photography. Download a PDF 2020 Membership Form, pay dues at any meeting and plan to enter competition.
- Attend a meeting or activity; all are open to anyone interested in photography.
- Pay dues for the calendar year at the January meeting or upon joining. ($40 for individuals; $20, students age 18 or younger.) Download and submit the PDF 2020 Membership Form
We meet from 7 to 9 p.m. on the first and third Thursday of each month (except December.) Our meeting location is UNT Health Science Center, 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107.
The UNT Health Science Center is across the street (north) from the Amon Carter Museum. Our meeting room is on the lower floor of the Research and Education Building at the corner of Clifton Street and Camp Bowie Boulevard. Enter the free parking lot and go to the lower level – indicated by the arrow above – to find Room 100, Everett Hall. (The yellow PA on the above map refers to the Parking Attendant kiosk which operates from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.)
- View a video guide from the parking lot to the meeting room:
These Fort Worth Camera Club posts are no longer live on the website. If you need information related to these 2018 programs, outings and workshops, please email the club at email@example.com.
- Copyright, Program, Jay Miller
- All About Aerial Photography, Program, Jay Miller
- Find Your Creative Vision, Program, Edgar Miller
- Tintypes Revisited, Program, Scott Hilton
- Visit Historic Jermyn Church Outing
- Visit Historic Cleburne Outing
- Find Images at Rock Church Community Outing
- Capture Street Art Outing
- Use HDR to Enhance Photos Workshop, Robert Chura
- Plan Your Photo Trip Workshop, John Nixon
- Discover the Zone System Workshop, Jeff Heyer
- View Members’ Art, Annual Exhibit
Above, Coquette, Joyce Lamb
Outings allow us to visit interesting and scenic places in north Texas, take photos and have fun. View the Outings schedule for information. Participants are asked to sign a PDF-Release-of-Liability.
Here are a selection of participant images from outings to historic churches, Glen Rose, Amon Carter Museum, Browne Salvage Yards, Fabrication Yards, Historic Cleburne, Historic Statler Hotel, Possum Kingdom Lake, Ennis Bluebonnet Festival, Colleyville Nature Center, Fossil Rim Wildlife Center and others.
Join us for the first program of the new year!
Kristen Gaylord will discuss the ethics, challenges and possibilities of photographing a group of people by a photographer who is not a member of that group. She will provide examples from the Amon Carter museum’s current exhibition “Looking In: Photography from the Outside.”
The exhibition, which is on view from through May 10, 2020, includes images of Texas dairy farmers by Morris Engel, the Navajo Nation by Laura Gilpin, images from a Life magazine project by Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange, and photos from Richard Avedon’s “In the American West” project which generated international attention when it opened at the Carter in 1985. Exhibition images are part of the Carter’s permanent photography collection.
Gaylord joined the Carter museum in 2018, having spent the previous three years as the Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. She is a doctoral candidate at the New York Institute of Fine Arts, and has contributed to art and photography commentary published by the Museum of Modern Art, among others.
Become a member of the Fort Worth Camera Club at the Jan. 2 meeting. The club, which is celebrating its 90th anniversary in 2020, has provided learning opportunities to north Texas photography enthusiasts since the days of Brownies and darkrooms, and continues to promote the art and science of making images.
Above, Laura Gilpin (1891–1979), The Little Shepherd, 1950, gelatin silver print, © 1979 Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas, bequest of the artist