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Laszlo Perlaky – “Hardwood Cove”

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Photographer Laszlo Perlaky
Website www.naturalperlart.com
Title Hardwood Cove
Category May 2014 BW Gold Third Place
Location Hardwood Cove, Great Smoky Mountains NP, TN
Reason For Making the Image During one of our early spring photo hikes, we looked all day to find and photographblooming Trilliums covered forest floor, but the blooming was delayed. We were sad about it, however, when I looked at the slopes of Hardwood Cove, I was impressed with the trees and the light behind them. Placing a Soft focus filter to my lens, I was able to express my feelings and the mystery of the Hardwood Cove.
Camera

Linhof Master Technika Classic, 4×5 film camera

Lens Schneider Super Angulon 75 mm f/5.6 + soft focus filter
f-stop f/16
Shutter Speed 1/2
ISO 100

Owen Fisher – “Mother & Child”

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Photographer Owen Fisher
Website
Title Mother & Child
Category April 2014 / Special Assignment / First Place
Location Baracoa, Cuba
Reason For Making the Image While visiting  old Spanish Fort  met  director of cultural center and her daughter
Camera Nikon D800
Lens 24 – 70 zoom at 42 mm
f-stop f 8
Shutter Speed 1/320 sec
ISO 400

James Woody “Island Castle”

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Photographer James Woody
Website http://james-woody.artistwebsites.com
Title Island Castle
Category Jan 2014/Silver/Color/1st Place
Location Galveston / Historic District
Reason For Making the Image This is one of the images from the portfolio I recently did on the historic homes in Galveston.  This particular home, located on Sealy street, is referred to as the “Trube” castle.  It was originally built in 1890, was destroyed by the 1900 storm, was not restored until 1990, and is currently a private residence.   As I looked at the unique design of this house, I recognized it’s potential for a very interesting image.  My intent was to give the viewer an appreciation of the structure’s artistic design, texture, and architectural details, with particular emphasis on the building’s entrance which pulls the viewer up the steps to the front door.  I was able to enhance the three dimensional appearance of the image using HDR, along with further post processing in LightRoom.
Camera Canon Rebel T1i
Lens 15mm( EF15-85mm)
f-stop f/13
Shutter Speed 1/200
ISO 200

Print Competition, Exec Committee Elections Tonight

Monthly Print Competition Tonight at 7pm
More info here

Special Assignment “Three’s a Charm”

Judge Craig Hartley

Also: If you have images that placed 1st, 2nd, 3rd, in competition this year, bring them to the meeting to be included in the annual competition.

Chris Shaw’s “Fight”

Photographer Chris Shaw
Title Fight
Category June 2013 / Bronze/ Black and White / First Place
Location Galapagos Islands- Isla Ferdinandina
Reason For Making the Image This was one photo I took while visiting the Galapagos Islands. The marine iguanas are actually very peaceful animals. Most of them were sunbathing and ignoring us when we passed through them. It was lucky that we spotted the two iguanas fighting. I grabbed my Canon 7D and shot a series of images before they stopped fighting. Marine iguana are usually very dark in color so I converted the color image into black and white for submission.
Camera Canon 7D
Lens and Focal Length Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6 at 154mm
f-stop F/8.0
Shutter Speed 1/800 sec
ISO 400
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