Edited February 07, 2022

Other Education & Photography Opportunities

CAPA Bonus Speakers Series

As you may remember from last year, besides our own excellent lineup of education evening speakers, we were also able to offer members the chance to join in a special series of educational presentations featuring some excellent speakers and put together by CAPA.

We are thrilled that this year we are again able to offer this popular series.

The speakers are normally beyond the budget of most individual photo clubs, however as we are joining in with other BC and Yukon clubs, we are able to combine resources. This series will partially be funded by CAPA and the remainder of the cost will be shared by participating clubs.

There is no charge to members as the club will be covering the cost of this CAPA series, however, you will need to   pre-register for this presentation

As we receive other opportunities they will posted on this page.
Some of the other opportunities may involve costs at your own expense.
Victoria Camera Club sends us links to their online events and we present them here as a courtesy to VCC.

 

November 13/21

Vernon Photography Club hosted the 2021 CAPA Judging Course

365 Day Photo Challenge 2022

The Kamloops Photo Arts Club (KPAC) - Invites you to join in on their 365 day photo challenge.
Details are in the attached PDF.

They have a Flicker page setup for this that also has documentation.

Ongoing courses from VCC

The Victoria Camera Club has ongoing online presentations monthly.
If you are interested in receiving updates for these presentations, please contact
- Maureen Reid at [email protected]

 

 

April 02 & 03, 2022

A Photo Opportunity – Sovereign2SilverStar Ski Marathon

"The Club has been approached by the organizers of the First Annual Sovereign2SilverStar Ski Marathon race which will take place April 2 and 3, 2022.

The organizers are interested in some images that they can use for future promotional purposes and they will, in turn, help us find accessible and picturesque locations to shoot the action. They would like to know whether there is enough interest in the Club to make this happen. They have also approached COPS (the Central Okanagan Photographic Society in Kelowna)

For members who are keen skiers, they are also interested in a few photographers who can head out to mountainous locations like the Back Bowl to grab some dramatic shots with mountain vistas.

The races start at 8:30 and 9:15 each day (Classic on day 1 and Free/Skate on day 2). The Start location is Sovereign and the finish is in the village at SilverStar. The first finishers will take about an hour and the slowest about 6 hours.  Check out the website for the event (http://www.sovereign2silverstar.com/).

If there is interest, we will provide more details in the coming weeks.  If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an email to Bob Johnson  [email protected]

February 25 2022 Friday @ 7 pm

CAPA Presentation - Login details will be provided closer to the date.

George Kourounis is a 21st century explorer/photographer/storm chaser/TV presenter.  Through incredible story-telling, George shares hair-raising tales from his many travels to the most dangerous, remote and inhospitable places on earth to photograph the extremes of nature … tornadoes in Kansas, monster hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, forest fires in British Columbia, volcanic eruptions, floods and other natural disasters.  He’ll also provide tips on how to use bad weather to your advantage, how to protect your gear, and how to stay safe in the worst conditions imaginable.

April 8, 2022   Friday @ 7 pm

CAPA Presentation - Login details will be provided closer to the date.

Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning photographer whose prolific career includes assignments in 70 countries.  He is known world-wide as one of the top, technically excellent photographers of his generation, and is among the rare breed of photographer who has bridged the world between photojournalism and advertising.  McNally is equally comfortable climbing buildings or lighting a telescope to capturing quiet, sensitive subject matter.