Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Secrets to Photographing National Parks by Chris Nicholson Jan 8th

Secrets to Photographing National Parks by Chris Nicholson

We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month for our programs and the fourth Monday of the month for our competitions. Meetings are usually held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays at 7:00 pm Sept-May) at the Whitney Center, Cultural Arts Center, 200 Leeder Hill Drive, Hamden. Meetings are free and open to the public. You must be a member to compete, attend workshops and field trips. Come at 6:45, programs start at 7:00. 

From sea to shining sea, the national parks preserve some of the country’s most unique wilderness areas, and are a gift to nature photographers everywhere. In this presentation, Chris Nicholson delves into what the park system offers to the photographer, and shares secrets about photographing some of its gems. Topics will include the best times of year to photograph different parks, and how to travel safely and photograph in their various environments, including desert, alpine, forest and coastline. Many of the national parks will be touched upon, with special emphasis on Acadia, Death Valley, Everglades, Grand Teton, Great Smoky Mountains, Olympic, Shenandoah and Yellowstone.

Chris Nicholson is a photographer, instructor and writer based in the northeast. He is author of the very helpful manual/book "Photographing National Parks" published by Sidelight Books, 2015. Chris also organizes and leads workshops with the popular National Parks at Night program. A former magazine editor for 10 years, he has worked independently since 2004, with his cameras focused primarily on the travel and sports genres. His work has appeared in several books and over 30 magazines, and he is a book editor for National Parks Traveler. He is also a proud member of
the Sierra Club and the National Parks Conservation Association. www.photographingnationalparks.com

Sunday, November 26, 2017

New Haven Camera Club Christmas Dinner December 11, 2017

New Haven Camera Club Christmas Dinner December 11, 2017         
(Signup Deadline December 7,2017)

Pompeo’s Restaurant, 485 West Main Street, Branford, CT 203.488.3384
Doors Open @ 5:30: Buffet @ 6:00
Cost:  $35 per person, Cash Bar (Give/Send  Checks to Jan Doyle)

Bring your family and Friends, Questions:  Call Jan Doyle @ 203.481.9531

Collecting Unwrapped Christmas Toys for First Child (Bridgeport Hospital)
Art and Ann Yost are collecting unwrapped Christmas toys for our annual collection for vulnerable families.  Please consider bringing an unwrapped toy for this worthy cause.

Menu
Homemade Breads, Stuffed Breads, Rolled Eggplant, Sausage & Peppers & Meatballs, Roasted Potatoes & Vegetables, Roast Beef and Stuffed Shrimp, Chicken Florentine, Tortellini Genovese, Baked Ziti, and for dessert:  Italian Pastries

Annual Slide Show



OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE CANDLELIGHT CHRISTMAS

NEW HAVEN CAMERA CLUB TRIP
                     
SATURDAY DECEMBER 2, 2017

OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE CANDLELIGHT CHRISTMAS 

TICKETS $28.00

Join us for an evening of old fashioned New England Christmas traditions. 

"Escape the frenzy of a modern Christmas with an enchanted evening of gingerbread, roasted chestnuts, dance, and a sleigh ride." There will be yule logs, strolling Victorian Carolers, readings from The Nativity, and Christmas Carol Sing-a-longs. Many photographic opportunities inside and out.

PLEASE CONTACT LINDA THOMAS
Humbrd001@Yahoo.com to sign up.
(You must be a paid NHCC member to attend.)

Monday, November 20, 2017

NHCC - photo competition images due Friday.

NHCC - photo competition images due Friday.

We have friendly photography competitions once a month (8 times a year, plus an "End of Year" competition). Reminder we are also starting our meetings at 7pm and you have to enter thru the main doors, not the doors near the CAC auditorium like we used to. 

Please refer to the NHCC handbook for questions, please download it and read it, it is your responsibility to know the rules. The New Haven Camera Club expects that its membership will adhere to the highest ethical standards when complying with its competition rules. It is especially important that all photographs entered into competitions be the exclusive work of the maker (except for commercially made prints or digital photographs scanned from a slide original allowed by the rules).

Highlights:

  • Mark a C next to any competiton image that you would like critiqued
  • All aspects of the image must be taken by the photographer (Clipart, Textures, etc. are NOT permitted) (Except in the image artistry category where anything goes but the main image must have started with a photograph taken bby the photographer).
  • Images of a similar nature may not be submitted again once that image has won a ribbon.
  • The winning same image (or a very similar rendition taken at the same time) may not be submitted into a different competition or in a different season.
  • Please note that there are NO makeups
  • Please note that there no way to email images late if you have problems, so we urge you please do NOT to wait until the last minute to submit your photographs.
  • Setups (images where someone else set up the composition, or you "plug inot" lighting at a conference or workshop) are ONLY allowed in Class B

The NHCC has competitions in the following categories once a month (typically the 4th Monday of the month).

  • digital (open category) (2 entries per maker)
    • class A 
    • class B
  • digital (assigned subject) (1 entry per maker)
    • class A
    • class B
  • creative/image artistry (1 entry per maker)
    • class A
    • class B
  • Monochrome (1 entry per maker)
    • class A
    • class B
  • Image Critique (no scores, just feedback, especially useful for new members, or new techniques, open to ALL members) (1 entry per maker)
Upload your images to the monthly contest before the competition deadline (competitions are the fourth Monday, deadline is the Friday before the Monday) competition).
http://www.photocontestpro.com/Default.aspx

There is a one-time registration with the Photo Contest Pro system in order to be able to upload your images for competition.

For more information or questions contact Paul Peterson pmjpeterson@sbcglobal.net

Instructions for uploading competition images

Please do not wait until late Friday night to discover that you need help.
For more information or questions contact Paul Peterson pmjpeterson@sbcglobal.net (individual members should NOT contact Jack, the author of the software that club uses, Jack will be contacted by Lisa or Paul only).

Number of entries per contest:

OPEN SUBJECT Each member may enter a maximum of 2 photographs into the open electronic competition in each of the 8 contests, for a year's total of 16 open electronic entries.
FYI, there is no need (and even a slight disadvantage) to choosing an assigned subject image for the monthly OPEN category. OPEN means anything goes. 

ASSIGNED SUBJECT Each member may enter a maximum of 1 photograph into the Assigned Subject category in each of the 8 contests, for a year's total of 8 assigned subject entries.
Please note that the electronic image assigned subject competition is in addition to the regular OPEN subject (anything goes) monthly competition.

MONOCHROME Each member may enter a maximum of 1 photograph into image monochrome in each of the 8 contests, for a year's total of 8 image artistry entries

CREATIVE Each member may enter a maximum of 1 photograph into image artistry competition in each of the 8 contests, for a year's total of 8 image artistry entries.

CRITIQUE Each member may enter a maximum of 1 photograph into Image Critique in each of the 8 monthly contests, for a year's total of 8.

Cumulative Score is the sum total of all print or electronic photograph scores to date. At the end of the competition year the highest 6 - 12 scores of each maker (depending on the category) are summed to determine the cumulative score. Makers can compete in more than one category and can have cumulative scores in each category. These points will count toward an award for highest cumulative point total for the year presented at the Annual Dinner.

To be ranked in class B electronic open , the maker must have submitted at least 10 photographs (8 contests times 2 photographs per contest and you can have up to 6 zeros).

To be ranked in class A electronic open, the maker must have submitted a total of 12 photographs (8 contests times 2 photographs per contest and you can have up to 4 zeros).

To be ranked in image artistry, monochrome and/or Assigned Subject, the maker must have submitted a total of 6 photographs (8 contests times 1 photograph per contest, two zeros allowed).

Monday, November 13, 2017

NECCC



1. NECCC 2018 Conference Chairman’s Lisa, HonNEC & Tom, MNEC Cuchara are pleased to announce we will have as the keynote speaker this year, Canon Explorer of Light, Darrell Gulin of Sammamsh, Washington with his presentation "VISION: Capturing Moments on all 7 Continents. This presentation is sponsored by CANON and we thank them for their continued support of the conference. Put the dates in your calendar-July 13, 14 & 15 and plan to be with us. Please see the attachment for full information on Darrell, the program and a selection of his images. Go to his website at www.gulin.com for more images and information on his workshops and tours. Please notify your membership via blog, Facebook, website, email blast, newsletter, etc. Click here for a direct link to the information
2. Also find below the link to the Fall NECCC Bulletin. We would appreciate it if you would also send this link out to your membership as it has a lot of excellent information in it as well as great teaching articles by Rick Cloran, HonPSA, MPSA, HonNEC of Greater Lynn and Ken Carlson, SPSA also of Greater Lynn. The issue can now be found on the NECCC web site www.neccc.org top link- right side column of the home page or directly with this link http://neccc14.neccc.org/Bulletin/NECCC%20Fall%202017%20Bulletin.pdf

This issue put together by editor Paul Smith, MNEC and has along with the teaching articles, news from the 2017 conference with lots of pictures and all the print and digital winners; PSA Council Challenge news which NECCC took part in by sending 30 images in from NECCC club members interclub entries; PSA conference news with the winners of the PSA clubs newsletters and website contests; NECCC conference High School students essays, Conference Model Print Competition winners and pictures, a NECCC officers listing page with contact information and much much more. The high school essays are wonderful, written in great detail and will excite you about photography and its future in our youth.

Susan Mosser, HonPSA, HonNEC s.jmosser@comcast.net
NECCC BOD

revised NHCC handbook

Paul, Jan, MaryEllen and I (mainly Paul) have finally revised the NHCC handbook! The new version is which includes updates to competitions is on our website http://www.newhavencameraclub.org/p/the-club.html or you can view/download it directly  https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xAZxRtZ7TkRm7_As4YEo52_pGfVCO1yv

New Haven Camera Club Christmas Dinner December 11, 2017

New Haven Camera Club Christmas Dinner December 11, 2017         
(Signup Deadline December 7,2017)

Pompeo’s Restaurant, 485 West Main Street, Branford, CT 203.488.3384
Doors Open @ 5:30: Buffet @ 6:00
Cost:  $35 per person, Cash Bar (Give/Send  Checks to Jan Doyle)

Bring your family and Friends, Questions:  Call Jan Doyle @ 203.481.9531

Collecting Unwrapped Christmas Toys for First Child (Bridgeport Hospital)
Art and Ann Yost are collecting unwrapped Christmas toys for our annual collection for vulnerable families.  Please consider bringing an unwrapped toy for this worthy cause.

Menu
Homemade Breads, Stuffed Breads, Rolled Eggplant, Sausage & Peppers & Meatballs, Roasted Potatoes & Vegetables, Roast Beef and Stuffed Shrimp, Chicken Florentine, Tortellini Genovese, Baked Ziti, and for dessert:  Italian Pastries

Annual Slide Show



Sunday, November 12, 2017

Image Critique Workshop: NEW DATE/TIME Monday, November 20th @ 7:30 PM

Image Critique Workshop: NEW DATE/TIME
Monday, November 20th @ 7:30 PM

Because several members have signed up for both this workshop and the Betty Wiley workshop, now scheduled on the same date, we do not want members to have to choose, and have re-scheduled the Image Critique Workshop. We still have a few openings so if you would like to attend, please email Joan at beadnik2@gmail.com. And, yes, it is the beginning of Thanksgiving week, so give yourself a break from all that slicing, dicing, baking and come have some photography fun. If you have already signed up, no need to do so again.

Margo Bury attended this workshop a few years ago, and wrote a testimonial about her experience. She did a much better job of describing it than I could, so it appears here:
 
“One of the best benefits of the New Haven Camera Club is the opportunity to become a better photographer.  There are many ways that the club provides these opportunities, and attending workshops to learn new skills or enhance existing ones is one of the best.
 
The best part of our highly qualified membership is their willingness to share their knowledge. Bill Barnett is one of those generous top rated award winning photographers. He is once again offering to to provide individual critiques for images that each attendee of this workshop provides. Bill loads images each participant sent him into his computer to be projected onto a large monitor.  He opens the discussion by stating what he likes about each photo, what could have been done to have taken a better image, and what could be done to process the image to improve it.
 
That by itself is instructive enough, but, as they say – a picture is worth a thousand words!  He proceeds to SHOW you what it looks like.  For example when he says the image should be brighter, he brightens it.  If cropping would be the improvement, he crops it.  The original image is retained and he switches back and forth so you can see the change in the image.  By this time on the first image the group is starting to get pretty excited about the improvement in the image and chimes into the conversation. There are valuable lessons to be learned from your own work and the work of the others.  This is a workshop not to be missed.”
                    -Margo Bury

So, start going through your images and pick some you would like some help with. You can sign up for this workshop at a Camera Club meeting, or email Joan at beadnik2@gmail.com. Please include your name, phone number and email address. An email will be sent to participants on how to submit your images to Bill, and directions to the workshop site.
 
The workshop is free, but you must be a current NHCC member to attend.
 

November 13 Adding Points to Your Competitive Advantage by Mike Goodman

November 13 Adding Points to Your Competitive Advantage by Mike Goodman 
Competing more successfully as a way to improve your photographic skills. I have been competing in camera clubs and international salons actively for well over thirty years now. I have also judged at clubs throughout New England for the last 30+ years as well as at international exhibitions such as the Greater Lynn International and the Glennie International. I suspect I have seen tens of thousands of images during this time. This process has allowed me to grow and develop as a photographer in ways that I don’t believe would have been possible otherwise. The judges (mostly good but occasionally not) along the way have all contributed to my evolution as a photographer. I have done pretty well in both the club competitions and internationals I am proud to say. I am so ever grateful for the camera clubs that I have been part of (Waltham, Boston, Boston West and Gateway) that have enabled my interest and skills to grow and flourish. I have learned a lot and want to share some of my reflections and learnings with people who may be relatively new to competitions as well as veterans who are looking to move up a level or two in their mastery.
Bio. Michael began taking pictures as a teenager and has continued ever since. He has had his images published in books, calendars, music albums and on the web. He frequently delivers multi-media photographic shows (his favorite activity) at business and photographic conferences like the annual New England Camera Club Council (NECCC) using images he has taken from his travels around the world. He has been honored with an M.N.E.C. (Master Member New England Camera Council) for his photographic art as well as service to the New England photographic community. He has won numerous awards for his photography in international exhibitions including the Greater Lynn Photographic Association salon, Photographic Society of Rhode Island international exhibit of photography and Camera Naturalists international nature exhibition. His landscape work has been exhibited at Galerie f/5.6 in Munich, Germany. Recently one of his photographs was recently accepted into the annual Omer T. Lassonde Open Juried exhibition at the New Hampshire Art Association’s Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery. His work has also been shown at the Main Street Art Gallery in Newfields, NH as well as the Exeter Town Hall. He is an active member of both the Gateway Camera Club (now in his 34th season) as well as Camera Naturalists, an invitation only nature photography association. Michael is a past president of the Boston Camera Club, one of America’s oldest photographic societies. He regularly judges at clubs around New England as well as many international photographic exhibits and has delivered numerous teaching programs throughout the northeast. https://mikegoodmanphotos.shutterfly.com/

OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE CANDLELIGHT CHRISTMAS

NEW HAVEN CAMERA CLUB TRIP
                     
SATURDAY DECEMBER 2, 2017

OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE CANDLELIGHT CHRISTMAS 

TICKETS $28.00

Join us for an evening of old fashioned New England Christmas traditions. 

"Escape the frenzy of a modern Christmas with an enchanted evening of gingerbread, roasted chestnuts, dance, and a sleigh ride." There will be yule logs, strolling Victorian Carolers, readings from The Nativity, and Christmas Carol Sing-a-longs. Many photographic opportunities inside and out.

PLEASE CONTACT LINDA THOMAS
Humbrd001@Yahoo.com to sign up.
(You must be a paid NHCC member to attend.)

Friday, November 10, 2017

New Haven Camera Club Christmas Dinner December 11, 2017         
(Signup Deadline December 7,2017)

Pompeo’s Restaurant, 485 West Main Street, Branford, CT 203.488.3384
Doors Open @ 5:30: Buffet @ 6:00
Cost:  $35 per person, Cash Bar (Give/Send  Checks to Jan Doyle)

Bring your family and Friends, Questions:  Call Jan Doyle @ 203.481.9531

Collecting Unwrapped Christmas Toys for First Child (Bridgeport Hospital)
Art and Ann Yost are collecting unwrapped Christmas toys for our annual collection for vulnerable families.  Please consider bringing an unwrapped toy for this worthy cause.

Menu
Homemade Breads, Stuffed Breads, Rolled Eggplant, Sausage & Peppers & Meatballs, Roasted Potatoes & Vegetables, Roast Beef and Stuffed Shrimp, Chicken Florentine, Tortellini Genovese, Baked Ziti, and for dessert:  Italian Pastries

Annual Slide Show



Wednesday, November 8, 2017

November 13 Adding Points to Your Competitive Advantage by Mike Goodman

November 13 Adding Points to Your Competitive Advantage by Mike Goodman 
Competing more successfully as a way to improve your photographic skills. I have been competing in camera clubs and international salons actively for well over thirty years now. I have also judged at clubs throughout New England for the last 30+ years as well as at international exhibitions such as the Greater Lynn International and the Glennie International. I suspect I have seen tens of thousands of images during this time. This process has allowed me to grow and develop as a photographer in ways that I don’t believe would have been possible otherwise. The judges (mostly good but occasionally not) along the way have all contributed to my evolution as a photographer. I have done pretty well in both the club competitions and internationals I am proud to say. I am so ever grateful for the camera clubs that I have been part of (Waltham, Boston, Boston West and Gateway) that have enabled my interest and skills to grow and flourish. I have learned a lot and want to share some of my reflections and learnings with people who may be relatively new to competitions as well as veterans who are looking to move up a level or two in their mastery.
Bio. Michael began taking pictures as a teenager and has continued ever since. He has had his images published in books, calendars, music albums and on the web. He frequently delivers multi-media photographic shows (his favorite activity) at business and photographic conferences like the annual New England Camera Club Council (NECCC) using images he has taken from his travels around the world. He has been honored with an M.N.E.C. (Master Member New England Camera Council) for his photographic art as well as service to the New England photographic community. He has won numerous awards for his photography in international exhibitions including the Greater Lynn Photographic Association salon, Photographic Society of Rhode Island international exhibit of photography and Camera Naturalists international nature exhibition. His landscape work has been exhibited at Galerie f/5.6 in Munich, Germany. Recently one of his photographs was recently accepted into the annual Omer T. Lassonde Open Juried exhibition at the New Hampshire Art Association’s Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery. His work has also been shown at the Main Street Art Gallery in Newfields, NH as well as the Exeter Town Hall. He is an active member of both the Gateway Camera Club (now in his 34th season) as well as Camera Naturalists, an invitation only nature photography association. Michael is a past president of the Boston Camera Club, one of America’s oldest photographic societies. He regularly judges at clubs around New England as well as many international photographic exhibits and has delivered numerous teaching programs throughout the northeast. https://mikegoodmanphotos.shutterfly.com/

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Image Critique Workshop: NEW DATE/TIME Monday, November 20th @ 7:30 PM

Image Critique Workshop: NEW DATE/TIME
Monday, November 20th @ 7:30 PM

Because several members have signed up for both this workshop and the Betty Wiley workshop, now scheduled on the same date, we do not want members to have to choose, and have re-scheduled the Image Critique Workshop. We still have a few openings so if you would like to attend, please email Joan at beadnik2@gmail.com. And, yes, it is the beginning of Thanksgiving week, so give yourself a break from all that slicing, dicing, baking and come have some photography fun. If you have already signed up, no need to do so again.

Margo Bury attended this workshop a few years ago, and wrote a testimonial about her experience. She did a much better job of describing it than I could, so it appears here:
“One of the best benefits of the New Haven Camera Club is the opportunity to become a better photographer.  There are many ways that the club provides these opportunities, and attending workshops to learn new skills or enhance existing ones is one of the best.
The best part of our highly qualified membership is their willingness to share their knowledge. Bill Barnett is one of those generous top rated award winning photographers. He is once again offering to to provide individual critiques for images that each attendee of this workshop provides. Bill loads images each participant sent him into his computer to be projected onto a large monitor.  He opens the discussion by stating what he likes about each photo, what could have been done to have taken a better image, and what could be done to process the image to improve it.
That by itself is instructive enough, but, as they say – a picture is worth a thousand words!  He proceeds to SHOW you what it looks like.  For example when he says the image should be brighter, he brightens it.  If cropping would be the improvement, he crops it.  The original image is retained and he switches back and forth so you can see the change in the image.  By this time on the first image the group is starting to get pretty excited about the improvement in the image and chimes into the conversation. There are valuable lessons to be learned from your own work and the work of the others.  This is a workshop not to be missed.”
                    -Margo Bury

So, start going through your images and pick some you would like some help with. You can sign up for this workshop at a Camera Club meeting, or email Joan at beadnik2@gmail.com. Please include your name, phone number and email address. An email will be sent to participants on how to submit your images to Bill, and directions to the workshop site.
The workshop is free, but you must be a current NHCC member to attend.

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Image Critique Workshop Monday, Nov. 20 2017 @ 7PM

Image Critique Workshop
Monday, Nov. 20 2017 @ 7PM
Limited to 10 participants

Margo Bury attended this workshop a few years ago, and wrote a testimonial about her experience. She did a much better job of describing it than I could, so it appears here:

“One of the best benefits of the New Haven Camera Club is the opportunity to become a better photographer.  There are many ways that the club provides these opportunities, and attending workshops to learn new skills or enhance existing ones is one of the best.

The best part of our highly qualified membership is their willingness to share their knowledge. Bill Barnett is one of those generous top rated award winning photographers. He is once again offering to to provide individual critiques for images that each attendee of this workshop provides. Bill loads images each participant sent him into his computer to be projected onto a large monitor.  He opens the discussion by stating what he likes about each photo, what could have been done to have taken a better image, and what could be done to process the image to improve it.

That by itself is instructive enough, but, as they say – a picture is worth a thousand words!  He proceeds to SHOW you what it looks like.  For example when he says the image should be brighter, he brightens it.  If cropping would be the improvement, he crops it.  The original image is retained and he switches back and forth so you can see the change in the image.  By this time on the first image the group is starting to get pretty excited about the improvement in the image and chimes into the conversation. There are valuable lessons to be learned from your own work and the work of the others.  This is a workshop not to be missed.”
                                                                 -Margo Bury

So, start going through your images and pick some you would like some help with. You can sign up for this workshop at a Camera Club meeting, or email Joan at beadnik2@gmail.com. Please include your name, phone number and email address. Directions will be sent to participants approximately one week prior to the workshop as well as directions on how to submit your images to Bill.


The workshop is free, but you must be a NHCC member to attend.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Image Critique Workshop: NEW DATE/TIME Monday, November 20th @ 7:30 PM

Image Critique Workshop: NEW DATE/TIME
Monday, November 20th @ 7:30 PM

Because several members have signed up for both this workshop and the Betty Wiley workshop, now scheduled on the same date, we do not want members to have to choose, and have re-scheduled the Image Critique Workshop. We still have a few openings so if you would like to attend, please email Joan at beadnik2@gmail.com. And, yes, it is the beginning of Thanksgiving week, so give yourself a break from all that slicing, dicing, baking and come have some photography fun. If you have already signed up, no need to do so again.

Margo Bury attended this workshop a few years ago, and wrote a testimonial about her experience. She did a much better job of describing it than I could, so it appears here:
 
“One of the best benefits of the New Haven Camera Club is the opportunity to become a better photographer.  There are many ways that the club provides these opportunities, and attending workshops to learn new skills or enhance existing ones is one of the best.
 
The best part of our highly qualified membership is their willingness to share their knowledge. Bill Barnett is one of those generous top rated award winning photographers. He is once again offering to to provide individual critiques for images that each attendee of this workshop provides. Bill loads images each participant sent him into his computer to be projected onto a large monitor.  He opens the discussion by stating what he likes about each photo, what could have been done to have taken a better image, and what could be done to process the image to improve it.
 
That by itself is instructive enough, but, as they say – a picture is worth a thousand words!  He proceeds to SHOW you what it looks like.  For example when he says the image should be brighter, he brightens it.  If cropping would be the improvement, he crops it.  The original image is retained and he switches back and forth so you can see the change in the image.  By this time on the first image the group is starting to get pretty excited about the improvement in the image and chimes into the conversation. There are valuable lessons to be learned from your own work and the work of the others.  This is a workshop not to be missed.”
                    -Margo Bury

So, start going through your images and pick some you would like some help with. You can sign up for this workshop at a Camera Club meeting, or email Joan at beadnik2@gmail.com. Please include your name, phone number and email address. An email will be sent to participants on how to submit your images to Bill, and directions to the workshop site.
 
The workshop is free, but you must be a current NHCC member to attend.