San Diego Photo Club MeetingsMonthly Meetings
January 15th Meeting Presenter: Laurie Rubin
Laurie Rubin is an international award-winning photographer specializing in nature and landscape photography. Her passion for photography translates well into a career working for software companies including Nik Software as a Product Specialist, working with the Google+ Photos Team, and currently as a Senior Education Manager for Macphun Software teaching post-processing methods. She is also one of the Inception Masters for Trey Ratcliff's Arcanum.
Most recently Laurie won 1st place in the Windland Smith Rice International Awards for the Zoo & Aquarium category. Her image was in the Fall Awards issue of Nature's Best and displayed at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. She is currently on the Marketing and Communications Committee for the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), a member of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA), National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), and Nikon Professional Services (NPS). www.imagesbylaurie.com
Bring 10 - 12 of your images on a flash drive, name each file starting with your name, and let's have some fun sharing images for the evening.
7:00pm at the Wesley Palms
2404 Loring Street, San Diego, CA 92109
Meeting Is Free Of Charge!
Don't forget to bring 10 images for member share.
Monthly PresentersEach meeting, we have a presenter who is a leader in the photographic community. Our presenters cover virtually all aspects of photography, from landscape, to studio, to wildlife and nature, to lighting; you name it.
MemberShareAfter a short break, our Club then does MemberShare. This is where anybody can share up to 10 - 12 images with the rest of the audience. All you need is your properly formatted photos put on a flash/thumb drive. We look forward to seeing your work.
Please read and be sure to follow these directions carefully so your images are named and sized correctly. Thank you!
- Resize images to 1024 x 768 (pixels) at 72 dpi
- Please have your initials at the begining of the filname so that all of your images stay together.
eg: Sam_01.jpg, Sam_02.jpg, Sam_03.jpg etc.
- Please try and limit to 10-12 images (I know it's hard).