Come to an amazing waterdrop workshop on Sunday June 9th -- be introduced to the exciting world of water drops! The workshop will take you from simple water drops to different colored water collisions, allowing you to get many breathtaking images. No equipment is necessary, as we will provide it for you! All you need is a CF card to attend this workshop. Led by Susan Candelario, she will guide you to some of the equipment that you can use from the basic to more advanced with the ability for you to capture the many phases of water drops as well as water drop collisions. They will cover tips on setups and lighting and every participant will get many chances to go home with their own liquid works of art! Check out some of Susan's high speed photos here: http://sdcphotography.com/hswaterdrop.html Cost is $75 and no previous experience is necessary. Workshop will be held in Stratford CT. Session #1 -- Sunday June 9th 10am-12pm, limited to 10 participants (5 people per station) and Session #2 -- Sunday June 9th 1pm-3pm, limited to 10 participants (5 people per station)
- NECCC.org website
- NECCC 2019 conference (archive)
- NECCC 2018 conference (archive)
- 2017 conference (archive)
- Conference Competition
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Sunday, February 17, 2013
- Sunday, April 21, 2013 (12:30-3:30)
- Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum 1605 Daniel Bray Highway (Rt. 29), Lambertville, NJ
- Sign up here
You can also join us on April 30th for a post-processing workshop and work on, or learn how to, process those HDR exposures with tonemapping in Photomatix.
"The Museum property was once part of John Holcombe's "Plantation", according to his will of 1742. In 1968, the Farmstead was donated to the Hunterdon County Historical Society In 1984, the property was deeded to the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead, Inc. The Museum is housed in the restored three story bank barn that was built into the hillside to make both floors accessible from ground level. Livestock were kept on the lower level, crops above. Today, some of the exhibits arranged in the barn cover the tools and equipment used by the farmer to raise and harvest the crops that provided fodder for livestock and commodities to sell. Other displays cover the domestic chores of the farmer's wife in the preparation and preservation of food and the making of clothing. Early examples of now common implements and appliances give the visitor a sense of passing time. The Museum's volunteers and Trustees have restored the property and added outbuildings for the Post Office, General Store, Blacksmith Shop, Carriage Shed, and Print Shop."
Monday, February 4, 2013
A few spaces are open for each of these workshops.
March 16 – 23 Southwest Florida – Little Estero, Sanibel, Venice, Marco Island Florida is famous for bird photography. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island, Little Estero Lagoon and the Venice Rookery are some the finest locations and provide us plenty of great opportunities to capture great wildlife images. Click Here For Details
April 20–26 Smoky Mountains and Cades Cove Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a world-renowned preserve of wildflower diversity—over 1,660 kinds of flowering plants are found in the park, more than in any other North American national park. In fact, the park is sometimes referred to as the “Wildflower National Park.” Click Here for Details
May 3 - 5 The Light of Cape Cod – Spring in Cape Cod is a time where the cape has some of the most spectacular light and rovides some of the most incredible landscapes and seascapes. We will explore and photograph the Capes classic sea shore, sand dunes, light houses and wildlife (including migratory birds). Click Here for Details
May 18 - 25 Yosemite in the Spring & Monolake Photographing the phenomenal grand vistas of Yosemite. Half Dome, El Capitan, the Tunnel View and Mirror Lake. The springtime snow-fed waterfalls will be in full glory as will the the dogwoods and other spring blooms. This is the time of year for the most incredible light both morning and evening.
Friday, February 1, 2013
Only 15 days left to enter the
Greater Lynn International Exhibition!!
Closing Date has been extended to February 15, 2013
All phases of the exhibition will be conducted in accordance
with the recommended practices of
• PSA The Photographic Society of America
• FIAP Federation Internationale de l'Art Photographique 2013/029
• CAPA Canadian Association for Photographic Art
• IIWF Interessengemeinschaft Internationaler Wettbewerbs-Fotografen 2013/13
There is no restriction on subject matter.
Titles and Scores From Prior Greater Lynn Exhibitions: Have you ever wanted to look up whether you had entered a title in our competition in the past or wanted to check your scores from a past competition? Now you can do it! Titles, scores, acceptances and patronage numbers from 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 are available. Click on Prior Years' Titles and Scores. You will be prompted for your first and last name.
For instructions and entry form, please click to visit our website
Closing Date has been extended to February 15, 2013
Susan Mosser, FPSA, HonNEC, Chairman
WE HOPE TO SEE YOUR ENTRIES SOON