Our Mission: Our club seeks to mentor the knowledge and craft of photography in amateur, advanced amateur and professional photographers through classes, workshops, field trips and sharing our experiences and discoveries.
WESTERN IDAHO FAIR
Thank you all for participating, both helping and showing, this year 2023 at the Western Idaho Fair. Congratulations to those placing at the fair and to all those who entered their prints. It is always hard to decide what to enter, print your images, mount your images, then transport them to the fair. Please let us know how we can help you for 2024.
09/16\2023 – Field Trip: Photographing The Milky Way At Dedication Point
09/20/2023 – Regular Meeting
Photos to share at meetings: Please bring photos as jpgs on a jump drive. The long side should be 1920 px with a ppi of ~300. Please name your photos this way: lastname.1.jpg, lastname.2.jpg, lastname.3.jpg, etc. We look forward to seeing your photos!
When: 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month
Time: 7-9 PM
Place: 1st Wednesdays are photo field trips. See the calendar for location. 3rd Wednesday meet at Meridian Friends Church, 1021 W. Pine Ave., Meridian, ID, 83669.
Visitors welcome anytime!
$25 per year / per immediate family; January to December. Join at one of our meetings or through PayPal (send payment to firstname.lastname@example.org) or by mail to TVCC, 12649 W. Roseglen Ct., Boise, ID, 83713.
Members may post any suitable image. If you want a challenge, we suggest these daily themes:
Monday – Monochrome
Tuesday – Anything that starts with a T, new technique or before/after images showing your processing
Wednesday – Wildlife or animals
Thursday – Textures of any type
Friday – Floral
Saturday – Seasonal – images showing change in the seasons
Sunday – Still Life of any type
Landscape photography is one of the art forms where the canvas is already laid out in front of the photographer. It becomes the challenge to make the canvas into the artist’s vision. Instructors of photographic composition say, among other things, that it’s the art of what not to include in the picture that makes a compelling visual expression.