NAPfS’s first meeting of the new year will be held Thursday, January 5, 2017 starting at 7PM.
The meeting location is United Christian Church at 3500 West Parmer Lane, Austin, Tx. 78727
7:00-7:30PM Meet & Greet, Member Print Exhibition
7:30-7:45PM Open meeting, Member Print Exhibition Q&A
7:45-9:00PM Presentation, Competition
Member Print Exhibition
During the Meet & Greet, Russ Morris will exhibit 20 TtVs printed on Kodak Endura metallic paper, recent shots from the Kelby ATX Photowalk in early October and the Taylor Main Street Car show late October. Once the meeting starts, Russ will speak for a few minutes about his work and answer questions.
Submission Deadline: Midnight, Friday, December 30, 2016
January’s competition is open themed and will be judged by Josh Baker. Submissions are divided into two classes and each club member is free to choose which class to enter. For more info, read this post about classes.
The monthly NAPƒS competition is meant to be fun, inspirational, and educational. The judging and associated critiques are positive, supportive, and a useful learning tool.
Speaker – Josh Baker
Josh will give a presentation about editing photos in Adobe Lightroom’s Develop module. His goal for the evening will be to help club members learn how to produce files suitable for submission to NAPƒS’ monthly competition using Lightroom.
About Josh Baker
Josh is a working professional photographer and founder of of AzulOx Visuals, LLC in Pflugerville, TX and co-founder of AzulOx Workshops.. He began his photography career to escape the 9 to 5 office world and is often heard saying “Do I have a camera in my hand? Then I’m happy!”
Josh has a degree in corporate communications and studied video and broadcast production in college at the University of Texas. Josh works in a variety of genres including wedding, portrait, fashion, and commercial photography.
His passion is storytelling and any type of photography where he gets to interact with people. His working style could be described as “get it done” and he focuses on efficiency and quality, two requirements for a working professional shooting 5+ times a week.