We would like for a member of the club to volunteer & join us (30-45 minutes) and take some photos of members relaxing in hammocks while enjoying s’mores at the Coralville Dam Tailwater West Campground.
This is a great opportunity to get some artistic, staged, and candid shots!
“Do you wanna s’more?”
“I haven’t had anything yet, so how can I have some more of nothing?”
“You’re killing me, Smalls! These are s’mores stuff, okay? Now everyone pay attention. First, you take the graham. You stick the chocolate on the graham. Then, you roast the mallow. When the mallow’s flaming, you stick it on the chocolate. Then you cover it with the other end. Then, you scuff. It’s kind of messy, but it’s good.” (The Sandlot, 1993)
Don’t be like Smalls! On Sunday, October 25 from 5-7pm, kick off fall with s’more fun, s’more laughs, and s’more friends! From the comfort of your hammock and in your favorite pair of pajamas, we’ll be roasting marshmallows and making amazing s’mores around a campfire!
Be sure to bring your hammock or camping chair, flashlight, blanket, and warm clothes!
If you’re interested in the above photography event, please complete the form below. Thanks!
The University of Iowa Genetics PhD Program is searching for a photographer to take images in and throughout our labs for our new website.
We were wondering if you knew of any student or amateur photographers looking for experience to put on their CV? We would also acknowledge their work on the site (free advertisement on a site visited by numerous students/faculty/staff)
The sort of images (just a handful would be plenty) we are looking for are similar to those found on the Princeton site
If interested, please contact Jessica Ponce at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call me at 323-474-1037.
Greetings Photo Friends,
I’ve been thinking about the idea of building a more connected community among local photographers. I’m wondering if we could combine some of the future meetings with a service project.
The idea would be that we could meet and visit as we always have, but work on some project to support a photographer in the group, or provide some service to the community, such as a workshop with several photographers presenting.
If there’s a photographer in the group needing help, either with something photography related, technical support, web/promotion support, or maybe something unrelated, we could support them (like the Amish barn raising concept).
Use the form below to share your ideas on the topic.