Events of interest

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Hello fellow Club members;

Henrys is running a travel photo contest that I thought you may be interested in submitting some our your best travel photos.

They want you to submit your travel photos at  300 dpi and scaled to 8.5x 11. Jpeg.

Hi res images to be submitted if you are a winner.

Deadline March 13/2019  ;  time deadline 11:59pm Eastern.


PRIZE: $250 gift card and photos published in the next Lens magazine issued by Henrys.

Please use link to see details with examples and entry form.

Warmest regards,

Harvey Rogers

Vice President RHCC.








O3C spring retreat

2019 Spring Retreat in Prince Edward County
May 31-June 2nd 2019
 Issah Tubs Resort


K2-2019 Spring Retreat Package-V2a




Dear Photo Friends,

I will be running a one day winter workshop at Haliburton Forest on February 2nd, 9:00am to approximately 4:00pm.  The day will include a visit to the wolf centre, an opportunity to photograph the dog sledding tour as they depart, and snowshoe hike to MacDonald Lake looping back to basecamp.  See attached image, and please pass along!

David Sweeney
Beach Photo Club


Wildlife Photographer of the Year Promotional Offer


The ROM Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest returns for a fourth year! Share your captivating images of the natural world for a chance to win a G Adventures 14-Day Experience Borneo tour, a Digital SLR camera courtesy of Henry’s Camera, and have your photograph prominently displayed in the ROM’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

To save 20% off regular rates, purchase your tickets online at and use the promo code: WILDLIFE18

Spiders: Fear & Fascination
Wildlife Photographer of the Year

15 December | Zuul: Life of an Armoured Dinosaur


Join us for 2 days of Incredible Products, Personalities, Presentations and Promos

Tuesday November 13th, 11am to 7pm
Wednesday November 14th, 10am to 5pm

ProFusion is Canada’s largest, most engaging, completely unforgettable pro imaging expo. Where everything – including the latest and greatest photo/video gear, intriguing product demonstrations, and internationally renowned guest speakers – is showcased across a massive trade show floor.

Eight years later, ProFusion is still the only photo and video event in the country that caters to the professional image-maker It continues to be a show designed to bring together those who live and breathe the industry.  

For More Information and to Register for Your FREE 2-Day Pass Visit


Watch the Teaser Trailer here:


Photography Workshops at the Richmond Hill Library

  • Reviving the archive – Oct 29
  • Manipulating the image – Nov 5
  • Sequencing the images – Nov 12
  • Exploring the space – Nov 17


Photographer in Residence – Brochure

Mississauga CC Workshop

Saturday October 20th, from 9am until noon.
Mississauga Camera Club is having a workshop with Chris Alexander at the Mississauga Senior’s Center, 1389 Cawthra Rd, Mississauga, just south of the QEW.
Our building is next to the Carmen Corbasson Community Center, towards the east end of the parking lot

Aperture, Shutter and ISO: Manipulating the Three

A workshop exploring the interrelationship between Aperture, Shutter, and ISO.
By working in Manual Mode rather than Automatic or Priority Modes you will discover how to manipulate them as a group and achieve a properly exposed image based on the type of picture you want to take.
You will learn how to decide which of the 3 elements takes priority while adjusting the others to maintain your required exposure and exercise creativity for your final result.
Attendees should bring their camera and know how to set manual mode and how to change aperture, shutter speed and ISO from the camera operating manual. It is important that you should familiarize yourself with the manual operation of your particular camera model and be able to individually set the Aperture, Shutter and ISO.

About Chris Alexander:

Chris worked for 28 years in the motion pictures camera department, beginning as a Focus Puller and eventually working as a Camera Operator and Director of Photography. After leaving film, he spent 8 years as a Global Product Manager for Chris worked for 28 years in the motion pictures camera department, beginning as a Focus Puller and eventually working as a Camera Operator and Director of Photography. After leaving film, he spent 8 years as a Global Product Manager for Rosco, specializing in a Polarizing material used in Broadcast News and Sports. Some of his photographic work can be seen at:

Parking is free, there is a $10 charge at the door.
Please respond your intention to attend: 905-844-8838

Ontario Council of Camera Clubs


Speakers Series: Fall Education Day
Saturday October 27, 2018 • Edward Village Hotel

Speaker Series: Fall Education Day-Oct 27 2018







Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography is a non-profit artist-run centre committed to photography as a multi-faceted and ever-changing art form. Upcoming events can be viewed at their website: