Gallery: Perspective (February 2018 Photo Quest)

Erica Miller - Death-to-Life

Our February 2018 photo quest theme was “Perspective” and here is the gallery of submissions from our members. Our monthly photo quest is an online activity for members only – join the club if you want to take part!

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The Photo Section of the Sierra Club San Diego Chapter began in 1984 and has grown to be among the largest photo clubs in San Diego County. Our members are artists, travelers, humanitarians, and conservationists. We support most genres of photography and welcome new members to our group.

Photo Section meetings are held once a month between January and November, with additional club activities throughout the year.  For more information, please visit our club calendar page.

February 15 Photo Club Meeting – Larry Vogel

You are invited to the February 15 meeting of the San Diego Photo Club featuring landscape photographer Larry Vogel with his presentation:  “Shooting and Processing Award Winning Landscape Photographs – What Would Ansel Do?”

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The Photo Section of the Sierra Club San Diego Chapter began in 1984 and has grown to be among the largest photo clubs in San Diego County. Our members are artists, travelers, humanitarians, and conservationists. We support most genres of photography and welcome new members to our group.

Photo Section meetings are held once a month between January and November, with additional club activities throughout the year.  For more information, please visit our club calendar page.

Gallery: I See Red (January 2018 Photo Quest)

Duane Bazzel - Red Still Life

Our first ever monthly photo quest “I See Red” ended on January 31st and we’ve been more than pleasantly surprised by the level of participation from our members – thanks for your submissions folks, that was an awesome start! Many of the names are our “regulars” that also participate in our MemberShare and Contests, so … Read more…

February 2018 Photo Quest: Perspective

Looking straight up into a canopy of Coast Live Oaks.

Is there anything that’s more interesting in photography than playing with perspective? Compress it with a telephoto lens. Exaggerate it with a wide angle lens. Show the relationship of objects in your composition with the use of perspective. Point your camera straight up or straight down for an unusual perspective of the world. And all … Read more…