Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Lisa Cuchara's photograph "Tree Frog In A Jack-In-A-Pulpit" won a merit award in the 36th George W. Glennie Nature Salon.

Lisa Cuchara's photograph "Tree Frog In A Jack-In-A-Pulpit" won a merit award in the 36th George W. Glennie Nature Salon. 

The 36th George W. Glennie Nature Salon had 798 images from 80 clubs, representing 7 countries and 21 states in the US.  All images submitted to the Glennie Nature Competition are judges and scored.  The award winning images as well as approximately 1/3 of the top scoring images are accepted into the Glennie Nature Salon.


Click to see the award winning images http://mvcameraclub.org/media/uploads/winners/slideshows/glennie/2016/index.html 

Monday, June 13, 2016

End of Year Competition Winners

End of Year Competition Winners, Lots of GREAT images tonight, the judges were groaning, one even cried "uncle" during one of the run throughs...

Monochrome: High cumulative score: Lisa Cuchara

Image of the Year: Ambilobe Chameleon Bug zapper by Tom Cuchara

2nd Place Creative: Penitentiary by Lisa Cuchara

1st Place: yum by Lisa Cuchara

2nd Place: tiger legged frog by Lisa Cuchara

Class A
1st: Ambilobe Chameleon Bug zapper by Tom Cuchara

Judge's Choice (Richard): Milky way over barn by Lisa Cuchara

Friday, June 10, 2016

Join Tom and me and many other inspiring speakers in October! This great (3rd annual) conference is close to being sold out, register now to attend!

Macro Photo Conference 2016 Macro Photo Conference Info

Speakers – Mike Moats, Tony Sweet, Rob Sheppard, Don Komarechka, Donna Eaton, Kathy Adams Clark, Lisa and Tom Cuchara, Ken Hubbard.

Ramada Hotel Seekonk, Massachusetts October 29th, 30th, 2016

This is a unique annual photo conference dedicated to macro photography. Mike Moats has designed a program where professional photographers could come together and teach their skills in macro photography and post processing techniques to those who want to learn, and advance their macro photography to the next level. Not just inspiring and how-to lectures and five hours of photographing with varying subject matter (we and the other speakers will be available to help participants with composing subjects and technical aspects). 

Come and learn and be inspired!!

Bring your camera, macro lens, and tripod!

Looking for a tripod?  http://tinyurl.com/cuchara-huntsvanguard
This Vanguard tripod best one for Macro photography because you can change the angle and you can get your camera sensor parallel to your subject. Vanguard 263 AT Tripod is a great all around tripod, and it is especially great for Macro  photography  www.huntsphotoandvideo.com/detail_page.cfm?productid=263AT&