Sunday, August 13 @ 9 a.m.
The Oasis on Lake Travis
6550 Comanche Trail
Austin, Texas 78732
More info from the source – https://www.facebook.com/CarsAndCoffeeAustin/
The Cars and Coffee Austin “cruise-in” is open to all car types, but you’ll typically find more late model muscle cars, sports cars, and exotics at this meet-up. Happening the second Sunday of each month at The OASIS On Lake Travis, Cars and Coffee Austin is a charity based show with all proceeds benefitting the Central Texas Food Bank.
Mid-August in Central Texas means HOT! Dress accordingly – sunscreen, shorts, hat – keep hydrated, too.
Afterwards we’ll gather for lunch at the Tap Room (3rd floor of the Oasis complex) to relax, share stories, and check out everyone’s images.
This NAPfS Field Trip is an excellent opportunity for you to make photos to submit in the September 2017 Pedal to the Metal theme competition.
The August 2017 Cars and Coffee Field Trip is being lead by Andrew Fritz.
Ask questions and please RSVP via the NAPƒS Facebook event page.
October’s competition was open (no theme). Our guest judge was Keith Mitchell.
We had 20 class 1 entries with 5 awards (1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2x honorable mention).
1st – Wedding Singer by Kimberly Fore
I gave this photo 1st place because it had emotional impact and caused me to imagine a powerful story. Technically, the close cropping and effective use of shallow depth of field added to the impact of the image.
2nd – See the Ring by Ashley Piel
3rd – Secret by Kimberly Fore
Silvery Pony Foot, Russ Morris
1956 Lincoln Capri, Russ Morris
We had 12 entries in class 2 with 3 awards (1st, 2nd and 3rd). The winning images are below.
1st – Red on Red by Andrew Fritz
I gave this photo 1st place recognition because it showed dramatic use of directional lighting as well as composition. The almost solid red tone throughout was both creative and impactful.
2nd – The Mystery of Space by Sirrah Lore
3rd – Davis Sunrise by Steve Coyle
July’s competition was open (no theme). Tani James, Director of Education at Precision Camera & Video was our judge for the meeting. The winning images are below.
We had 24 class 1 entries with 5 awards (1st, 2nd and 3rd and two honorable mentions).
1st – John Deer by Kimberly Fore
2nd – Snail Soup by Janet White
3rd – A wee Hummingbird by Carol McAllen
Bubbly, Chloe Hunter
Nighttime Falls, Shawn Hutcherson
We had 8 entries in class 2 with 2 awards (1st and 2nd). The winning images are below.
1st – Open Road by Andrew Fritz
2nd – I Hear the Train A Coming by Chris Cina