"Adding Points to Your Competition Images"
by Mike Goodman, MNEC-New Hampshire
Monday, November 30, 7:30 PM
Our speaker states -actively competing in club competitions has had an enormous impact on my photographic skills. As both a judge and competitor for some time, Iâ€™ve learned a few things about how to more successfully compete at camera clubs as well as international exhibitions. Mike will be sharing what has and hasnâ€™t worked for him both in capturing as well as selecting winning images in nature, wildlife, landscapes, sports and travel competitions. What really does make a good competition image? His focus is on creating images that get the judgeâ€™s attention and even more importantly gets the audienceâ€™s attention. This presentation will explain how he does that and is sure to increase your judging points while helping you to chose those impact images.
Our presenter started his lifetime photographic journey as a high school photographer. He has had his images published in various books, calendars, journals, music albums as well as on the web and his landscape work has been exhibited at Gallery f-5.6 in Munich, Germany. Mike has won numerous medals and awards for his photography in local, national and international exhibitions. He frequently delivers multi-media photographic shows, which are his favorite activity at business, camera clubs and photographic conferences using images he has taken from his travels around the world. A past member and president of the Boston Camera Club, he is an active member of the Gateway Camera Club and the Massachusetts Camera Naturalists -CamNats. He has judged many International Exhibitions as well as local camera club and interclub competitions and has taught photography through his teaching presentations throughout the USA.