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WWW.NFRCC.ORG Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Clubs is made up of 12 individual camera and photography clubs
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The Fall workshop was postponed due to weather. The new date is Feb. 14th 2015. Register at www.nfrcc.org Early reservation is $50 if registered before February 2, 2015. 

Spend a day with Mark Bowie sharing his innovative techniques. Lunch provided.
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Reserve in advance www.NFRCC.org . Early registration $50 if registered before Feb. 2, 2015 $55 after. Reserve before Feb. 9 to make sure there is a lunch for you.

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Thanks PhotoLife magazine for the promotion

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Speakers at our March 15-17 Covention

Keynote Speakers at the NFRCC Convention
Keynote speakers
Nevada Wier "A Nomadic Vision" 
Harry Benson- "From Beatles to Obama" 
Rob Stimpson _ "Wild Ontario" +Rob Stimpson 

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The Schedule for NFRCC Convention

Many Great Speakers, Golden Horseshoe Digital Image Competition and Print Salon.
#Photography   #education   #niagara   #wny   #GTA  
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The Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Clubs (NFRCC) is pleased to welcome you to our 52nd Annual Spring Convention on March 15, 16 & 17 2012 at Niagara Falls Conference Centre (101 Old Falls Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14303). We have 3 keynote speakers. Friday night Rob Stimpson will wow us with his program, “Wild Ontario” showcasing some of the finest outdoor shooting locations in Ontario. Rob has traveled the world seeing amazing places, but still loves his own backyard, wild Ontario. Saturday Nevada Wier will share her experiences photographing the indigenous cultures of Asia, Africa and Indonesia with her presentation “A Nomadic Vision”. Nevada has worked extensively with National Geographic and is represented by Getty and Corbis images. She has wrote numerous books on her experiences in remote locations. On Sunday morning 30 year veteran photographer for Life Magazine, Harry Benson will speak on his experiences documenting the history of the past 50 years “From the Beatles to Obama”. Harry came to America with the Beatles in 1964 and photographed their career as well as every US President from Eisenhower to Obama. He was standing only a few feet away when Robert Kennedy was assassinated walked the Meredith March with Marin Luther King Jr. and was on maneuvers with the IRS. He has a wealth of experience to pass on to our new generation of Photojournalism Students. Because of this reason we offering Students free admission to his program if they pre-register! There are 12 speakers on Saturday that will be covering an array of photographic genre's: Infrared, Long Exposure, Wildlife, Macro, Sports, Use of Flash for Outdoor & Wildlife, Location Lighting with Speedlights instead of Studio Lights, a presentation on Antarctica, 25 tips to improve your Landscape Photography and a Fashion Shoot from Conception to the Final Image. There will be so many events over the weekend including a vendor area to shop, so please check our web site for speaker details and registration information and discounted hotel rooms: http://www.nfrcc.org/convention If there is other information you need please let me know. Thanks so much for taking the time to review this email. Cathy Swain Patty Raydo St.Catharines Photographic Club Erie Photography Club Daytime Phone: 905-643-2152 814-474-2892 Evening Phone: 905-934-6264 epcraydo@yahoo.com Fax: 905-934-2219 cswain2@cogeco.ca

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Great 1 day workshop with +Ethan Meleg seminar put on by the Welland Camera Club on Sat May 5th. Full day of learning from a pro $50.00
Going to be a great learning experience!

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March deals fro LumiQuest

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Great new enhancement for Google+ Photos!
#googleplusupdate #googleplusphotos

Rearrange photos and move photos between albums

Hi, I’m +Isaac Sparrow an Engineer on the Google+ Photos team.

Rearranging photos and moving them between albums are two of our top feature requests. Today, we’re excited to launch an album organizer so you can better tell the story of your photos.

To get started, open one of your albums and select Organize album from the Options menu. With the album organizer you can:

Sort photos by time: Click Order by date to sort all photos in the album by the photo date, from earliest to latest. Click it again to sort them from latest to earliest.

Reorder your photos: Select the photos you want to reorder and drag them to their new position in the album. You can also move selected photos to the start or end of the album by clicking Move to top or Move to bottom.

Move or copy photos to another album: Clicking Move lets you move or copy selected photos to one of your other albums or to a new album.

Delete a bunch of photos: Click Delete to delete the selected photos.

Once you are done, click Done organizing to return to your album view. Happy story-telling and keep the feedback coming!
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