Friday, June 12, 2020

(Rescheduled to April 2021) - Getting on the Basics Bandwagon!

Unfortunately due to the circumstances surrounding the 
Covid-19 virus pandemic, this Program has been postponed until April 2021

Photo Club Monthly Meeting - April 2021
Getting on the Basics Bandwagon!

We have a very special program planned for you for July. One of our club members, M.E. Chidiac, will be presenting tips and tricks for cleaning, changing and protecting cameras and lenses, preventing camera shake, holding a camera correctly, tripods, and more!  Hope you can attend this session. You won't want to miss this! 

 Here is M.E.'s official bio:

M. E. Chidiac is a corporate executive turned freelance African wildlife photographer. Growing up in the Florida Keys, M.E.’s love of nature would eventually get her out of the concrete office world and back into more natural surroundings. She has lived around the world including Paris, living in the city many years before moving first to Kuwait and then to Dubai. M.E., a former safari junkie, became a freelance wildlife photographer and guide, and holds numerous certifications in wildlife-related subjects. Although M.E. now lives in Las Vegas, she considers her “office” to be the wilderness.

For well over two decades, M.E. has photographed wildlife in their natural environments. A skilled observer in her ongoing study of their behaviors with a keen interest in ornithology, she uses this knowledge to refine her photography and to teach others. She lectures on wildlife, Africa, and wildlife photography, as well as training new wildlife guides. When she is not in the bush, M.E. is busy putting pen to paper. She has written several books highlighting wildlife, safaris, African cooking, and more.