"Birds In Motion"
by Dennis Goulet, MNEC-RI
Monday, February 3, 7:30 PM
This opening teaching presentation for February will hopefully make us think and dream of warmer weather. Our speaker comes to us from Rhode Island and will teach you all you need to know to try your hand at shooting, Birds in Flight. Do you want to take photos of birds flying, soaring, and running? Our speaker will explain and go over all the ins and outs of that. The presentation includes challenges in flight photography, equipment choices and techniques used. Numerous examples of bird flight images in various light conditions, as well as some of the locations that offer great flight photography opportunities will be presented and discussed
Our speaker, Dennis Goulet, MNEC is a member of Photographic Society of Rhode Island, and likes to concentrates his photographic endeavors on nature and landscape subjects. He is on the Steering Committee of the Massachusetts Camera Naturalists -an invitation only nature club- and is a vice-president of the New England Camera Club Council â€“NECCC- as Chairman of their annual three day July Photo Conference at UMASS, Amherst. As a judge and commentator he judges on the local club level, the interclub level and for International Exhibitions. He gives presentations on photographic techniques to camera clubs throughout New England and has presented four times at the NECCC annual conference.
Dennisâ€™ images have appeared in several magazines including Audubon, Natureâ€™s Best Photography, Wild Bird, Birderâ€™s World, Rhode Island Monthly, Outdoor Photographer, and Sierra, as well as on the websites of Audubon and National Wildlife magazine. His image of a Green-breasted Mango was selected Grand Prize Winner of Audubon Magazineâ€™s 2010 Birds-In-Focus photography contest. To see more of his images and for further information please see his website: www.dennisgoulet.us.
They will be joining us as a vendor before and after Mr. Gouletâ€™s presentation. They will take cash or checks and have great bargains for us. Doors will be open at 6:00 P.M. so you can come early to shop. If anyone has a special request for an item please e-mail Gary Farber at firstname.lastname@example.org. If he has what you want in stock he will bring it to the meeting that night for you.
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