Geoff Hammond on Travel Photography – April 5, 2018

The 4th NAPƒS meeting of 2018 will be held Thursday, April 5th starting at 7PM.

NOTE: Last minute change of speaker!

The meeting location is United Christian Church at 3500 West Parmer Lane, Austin, TX. 78727 – MAP

Agenda

7:00-7:15PM Meet & Greet, Member Print Exhibition
7:15-7:30PM Open meeting, Member Print Exhibition Q&A
7:30-9:00PM Competition, Presentation

Member Print Exhibition

During the Meet & Greet, Michele Johnson will exhibit a selection of her printed photographs. Once the meeting starts, Michele will speak for a few minutes about her work and answer questions.

Monthly Competition

Submission Deadline: Midnight, Saturday, March 31, 2018

Mays’s competition is open themed and will be judged by our speaker for the evening, Geoff Hammond.

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.

A reminder – you must join NAPƒS to take part in 2018 competitions. The cost of membership is only $24 and your annual contribution is used 100% in support of club operations and activities.

Read the rules, then submit your competition images!

Speaker – Geoff Hammond

Geoff returns to NAPfS to talk with us about his new adventure, Traveling for Photography.

About Geoff Hammond

Geoff Hammond, a professional photographer living in Austin, Texas will speak at our April meeting.

He has traveled and lived in the UK and Czech Republic.

He leads two mission trips per year to Karlovy Vary and Blanta as well as photography tours throughout the Czech Republic. (Yes, he speaks Czech.)

See more of his work on Stocksy and his website.

About Clay

I've always loved photography and cameras. Started in high school with darkroom and school newspaper; continued with college yearbook photos. I just keep going; taking photos of events around me for personal pleasure. I love capturing the moment and saving memories as "citizen journalism" storytelling. Like Cronkite used to end the newscast by saying, "And, that's the way it was!"