Date(s) - Thursday, Mar 09, 2017
Audubon Community Nature Center
The Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Club will meet at 6:15 p.m. Thursday, March 9 at Audubon Community Nature Center, 1600 Riverside Rd., one-quarter mile east of Route 62 between Jamestown, New York, and Warren, Pennsylvania.
Arlene Bonnett, a teacher who developed a passion for photography after her retirement, will speak on “Hawaiian Experience.” Constantly honing her aesthetic and technical skills, she strives to share the emotion, the story and the beauty of her everyday life experiences.
“Black and White” and “Ice” are the topics for the image review that opens the meeting at 6:15 p.m. Black and white is about seeing images differently, especially since we are in not a very colorful time of the year. Ice is a creative side to the winter months. See how the members portrayed ice.
An illustrated presentation on better black and white photos will be in the 15-minute tech portion of the meeting.
There will also be a show and tell time when members can show off some of their best pictures.
A social time follows the program.
First-time visitors are welcome to participate free of charge. The annual membership is $30. Among the benefits of membership are discounts on photography classes, field trips and the right to show photos at club exhibits.
For more information, contact club President Cathy Abers-Kimball at (716) 664-3707 daytime or email@example.com or club Vice President David Engstom at (814) 688-6474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bonnett, the featured speaker, said, “I love all photographic genres and I am always trying new ‘captures’ to continue to develop my skills as a photographer.”
In 2016 Bonnett had the opportunity to fulfill two dreams: visiting the Hawaiian Islands and attending a photography workshop by a well-known professional photographer. The workshop was conducted by Gary Hart, whose photos and writings appear in many publications. He was assisted by Don Smith, who also conducts various photo workshops.
“I was fortunate enough to visit Maui, the Big Island, and Kauai,” said Bonnett. “Spending over three weeks on these islands allowed me to discover much of their beautiful flora and unique geological features.”