Jon is owner and operator of Fort Worth’s Image One Media, which specializes in photography, video production and audio-visual presentations.
Jon’s TexasScapes images reflect his longtime passion for urban cityscapes and skylines, and award-winning images of bluebonnets and Texas wildflowers.
He has received awards from the Epson International Pano Competition, Texas Photo Forum Best of Photography and Worldwide Gala Awards Colour exhibit.
He regularly serves as a judge for club competition.
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- 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 9, 2021
- Macro Photography Workshop, presented by Ron Shue
- Dial in via Zoom; login credentials emailed and published prior to workshop.
- Above, Ron’s award winning macro image, Life Continues
Ron’s macro workshop is aimed at creating inspiration for us, with suggestions for macro technique and plenty of photo examples.
The workshop will examine the lenses and accessories used, along with tips for settings and practical use. The workshop will discuss specialized software such as Helicon Focus that can be used to get the most out of your work.
Ron is a retired director from Lockheed Martin, who has been a photographer for more than 20 years – shooting exclusively digital starting in 2002. He is a member of our Fort Worth Club and he is also a member and president of the Cowtown Camera Club.
Ron primarily shoots landscape and wildlife with the occasional rodeo and drag racing event thrown in for extra excitement. He recently received recognition with a wildlife image published in the 2018 Nature’s Best Photography – Windland Smith Rice wildlife competition.
- 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021
- Free webinar, organized by the Dallas Camera Club and generously shared with the Fort Worth Camera Club
- Register free on Eventbrite through the Dallas Camera Club website:
- Go to dallascameraclub.org
- Scroll down to Programs
- Go to February 2021
An Artistic Photographer Lies in All of Us
- Click on Register HERE
According to Lisa Langell, many people believe that they are “not artistic,” but like so many skills in life, creativity is a learned skill. Through this program you will learn to be more artistic and creative with your photography.
All too many people “prevent” the creative process from happening. One of the biggest mental blocks is simply believing, “I am not a creative person.” Most often, this is from individuals who are in scientific and technical fields.
This program is designed to break down creative barriers in a really fun and logical way.
You will learn how to apply the creative process and develop patterns that will bring more joy, innovation, success, creativity and happiness to your photography!
- Understand “imaginative skill” and how it develops.
- Learn how you can debunk your own myths about artistic and creative ability.
- Learn Lisa’s “Mash up” formula for producing creativity.
- Get inspirations to take with you.
Lisa Langell is a full-time working photographer in Arizona whose photography has included the cover of Outdoor Photography, plus her images have graced Arizona Highways, Ranger Rick, and various art galleries. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for the North American Nature Photography Association.
You may read more about her, see her photography, list of webinars, workshops, and events at her website: www.langellphotography.com
Follow Lisa on social media:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisalangell and https://www.facebook.com/LisaLangellPhotography/
- 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021
- Learn via Zoom; login credentials emailed prior to meeting.
- Using Circular Filters with Digital Cameras, presented by John Nixon.
- Using Topaz Software Options, presented by Charles Morris
- Above, Hummingbird Theatrics, an award winner by Charles.
Join two award winning club members as they explain and discuss favorite techniques to make and enhance digital images.
John, above right, is the club’s immediate past president, who will explain the use of ultraviolet (UV), polarizing and neutral density filters. He will discuss the pros and cons of each, as well as when to use them.
Charles, whose bird and nature photos regularly earn awards, will discuss his the use of Topaz DeNoise, Sharpen and Gigapixel software programs to denoise and sharpen images.
Both presenters are avid and talented hobbyist photographers. John is retired from BSNF and Charles from internet security positions. Both received top awards throughout 2020 and in 2020 year-end club competition.
- Download a fillable form, sign and mail with your 2021 dues check to the address on the form: PDF 2021 FWCC Membership Enrollment
- Pay dues for calendar year 2021 now or in January to be eligible for competition.
- Learn more about Membership.
- Dues are $40 for individuals and $20 for students age 18 or younger.
We meet via Zoom at 7 p.m. the first and third Thursday of each month. We hope to return to in-person meetings in 2021 when it is safe for us to do so.
Friendly longhorns, above, by Roy O’Rear.