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Guest speaker for the entire meeting:

 

“Creative Visualization for Photographers”


Rick Sammon

May 23, 2016, 6:30 P.M.

Unity in the Gold Country Spiritual Center, 180 Cambridge Court, Grass Valley

Registration is closed - this event is sold out.

Biography:  

Rick started his professional photography career as an underwater photographer, producing six underwater books and leading scuba diving expeditions to the seven seas and to Lake Baikal, Siberia - the largest and deepest lake in the world.

He easily transitioned into travel, landscape, wildlife, cultural and nature photography. Rick’s images, from his travels to more than 100 countries, have been published in numerous newspapers and magazines, and have been featured in his 36 books, including the popular Rick Sammon’s Exploring the Light, 11 apps, including Rick Sammon’s 24/7 Photo Buffet, and in this on-line training classes.

With more than 700,000 Google+ followers, he has been recognized as one of the top photographers to follow on Google+. In his spare “desk time,” Rick writes for Photoshop User magazine.

ricksammon.com/

In recognition of his talent and influence, Rick has been named a Canon Explorer of Light. 

Rick is also a Westcott Top Pro Elite, recognized for his skill in portraiture and lighting. He was also named by Squarespace as one of the world's best photographers. Keeping busy, Rick is also a Coloratti – a select group of photographers recognized, by x-rite, as color experts. Rick is an instructor on Kelby Training, where he shares his knowledge – though 11 classes – about light and composition.

 

www.amazon.com/Rick-Sammon/e/B001H6NVP2

 

 

 


There will not be a Member Photos Critique.

 

 
Camera Club Officers 2015 - 2016
President David Wong
Vice President Jim Bair
Treasurer John Coltart
Secretary Laura Greenman
Membership Mark Triolo
Publicity Ann Westling
Webmaster Ed Rotberg
Program Jim Bair
 
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Macro
March
Forms in Nature
February
Abstracts
January
Contrast
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Motion
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