March 2019 Program Meeting

Tuesday, March 5, 2019 -
6:30pm to 9:00pm

Meeting Location: Eau Gallie Civic Center

1551 Highland Ave, Melbourne, 32935

Presentation Topic: "Those Interesting Features In Your Camera You Didn't Know Existed" and "Taking Advantage of 2019 Video... It's Not The Video You Grew Up With"

Presenter: Larry Becker

   Larry is an incredible speaker and teacher.  He is an expert photography photo gear reviewer for B&H Photo and a very popular speaker at the prestigious Photoshop World (May 29 to June 1st in Orlando this year) and the National Association of Broadcasters. He is always a favorite speaker at worldwide photography events.  The CCB is honored Larry accepted our invitation to present to the Camera Club of Brevard members and guests.  This will be a special program you’ll want to attend.
Larry Becker’s Bio:
Working on both sides of the camera, Larry Becker is primarily known for his on-camera presentations for Fortune 100 companies, as a spokesperson, as well as a camera reviewer. Larry hosts Photoshop World annually, he has hosted countless web-based photography shows, live webcasts, authored camera and software tutorials, and served as an official NAB Show Live anchor for several years.
Larry spent years managing a video production team in a multi-million dollar studio, with clients including Canon USA, B&H Photo NY, and others. These days, when Larry isn’t on camera as a spokesperson, he coaches still shooters wanting to learn video, and on-camera talent, helping them produce quality business videos.

For more information about Larry:
About Larry- About Larry Becker
Kelby One Information-

Monthly Competition

Competition Theme: Action

Competition Type: Monthly

Competition Rules:
  • Members in good standing may submit one print photograph.
  • Photographs must have been taken within the previous 18 months.
  • Monthly and Quarterly contest winning photographs (those who have won ribbons) CAN NOT be re-submitted for another monthly contest.
  • Please write your name on the back of the photograph.
  • Photographs are to be no larger than 15 inches on a side (note: see panorama sizes).
  • Photographs are to be no smaller than 7 inches on a side.  Photographs with special printing techniques may be smaller.
  • For panorama images, defined as a photograph with a minimum 2:1 ratio long side to short, the maximum long side shall be no more than 20 inches.  For example, a 2:1 ratio image shall have a maximum size of 20 inches long side to 10 inches short side.  A 3:1 ratio image shall have a 20 inch maximum long side and 6 2/3 inch on the short side.  The maximum size mount/matte for a panorama photograph shall be no larger than 20 inches per side.
  • Photographs may be mounted or matted. Framed or gallery wrapped photographs are not allowed. The maximum size of a mount/matte shall not exceed 20 inches per side.
  • Photographs must represent the monthly theme.
  • One or more judges will determine the awarded photographs.
  • Ribbons will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place plus honorable mentions.