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Twenty Strategies in Composition by Mark Grzan (7:00 PM PST)
Location:  River of Life Christian Church, Fellowship Hall,                    1177 Laurelwood Road, Santa Clara, CA 95054 When:  Tuesday.  Jan 7, 2020 from 7:00PM - 9:30PM   Twenty Strategies in Composition Mark will speak to us on the topic of Photo Composition an essential component to compelling images.  The premise “seeing the photo” actually begins with an understanding of compositional techniques such as leading lines, juxtaposition, depth of field, break in patterns, and so many more. Without composition, photographs are without interest, confusing and lack the critical story telling function that make the image relevant. While many are aware of perhaps the rule-of-thirds, there are so many more. Mark will share images and discuss compositional techniques in an open format that allows for discussion. Please join us for a wonderful two hours on Tuesday, January 07, 2020 at the 101 Photo Club. About Serena Mark Grzan  Mark Grzan is a current photography instructor for over 20 years at Gavilan and Foothill Colleges and has literally taught thousands of students. Mark is also a member of the Morgan Hill Photography Club where he has led photo excursions to our National Parks and Monuments, the California Coast and cities. He is a Nikon shooter, with an expanded resume that includes studio work, landscapes, portraiture, street, and macro photography. His current project is to photograph dancers at the major colleges in the Bay Area.  This fall Mark and his team will photograph dancers at UC Berkeley. Visit https://www.mgrzan.photography/ to see Mark’s work and his most recent project, photographing student dancers at San Jose State University on April 24, 2019. Download Presentation Slides and Notes Admission is $25 at the door.  Free for 101 photo club members. Pre-register [click here to register now] to receive a $5 discount on the admission fee.
Field Trip - Uvas Canyon County Park in Morgan Hill (8:30 AM PST)
Dear All: 101PhotoClub Field Trip. When:   01/11/2020 8:30AM to 11:30AM Where:  Uvas Canyon County Park in Morgan Hill Uvas Canyon County Park is 1,147-acre natural park, located in upper Uvas Canyon on the eastern side of the Santa Cruz Mountains, west of Morgan Hill, California.  The park has 7.2 miles of hiking trails, including a one-mile Waterfall Loop that travels along Swanson Creek past many of the park’s waterfalls.  The park is part of the Santa Clara County Park System. After many days of raining in the past few weeks, it is expected to have plenty of water flows at the falls and in the creeks.  This is a golden opportunity to take the outdoor photos. A photography outing is being planned by 101 Photo Club members to visit Uvas Canyon County Park at Morgan Hill in the morning of January 11th, Saturday. We expect to be there between 8:30 to 11:30 AM.  Carpooling will not be arranged by 101 Photo Club.  You are encouraged to carpool with your friends.  The following is a list of recommended photo gear: wide-angle zoom lens (16-35mm, 24-70mm), tripod, released cable, circular polarizer and ND filters.  For waterfall photos, a shutter speed of 1/10 sec or slightly slower is recommended.  For milky wafer flow in the creek, you may set the shutter speed from ½ sec up to a few seconds. It takes about 50+ minutes of driving to arrive at the destination from San Jose area.  Uvas Canyon County Park is located at the end of Croy Road in Uvas Canyon.  From Highway 101, take Bernal Road west. Turn left on Santa Teresa Boulevard.  Travel south 3 miles and turn right onto Bailey Avenue. Follow Bailey Road 2.3 miles to McKean Road.  Turn left onto McKean Road (McKean Road becomes Uvas Road 2.2 miles south of Bailey Road).  From Bailey Road travel 6 miles south on McKean/Uvas Road and turn right onto Croy Road.  Continue 4.4 miles on Croy Road, through Sveadal, to reach the Park entrance.   Sveadal is a private resort belonging to the Swedish American Patriot
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