The annual NHSPA Highland Center retreat this week was a huge success. Focused on portrait lighting, it included three full lighting sets and a professional model where members could experiment with a variety of gear ranging from huge parabolic reflectors, softboxes and umbrellas. In addition, two of our licensed FAA Drone pilots went over drone operations and equipment. Members who worked with the model could have their photos printed on a professional printer, and members had a photo round-table where we could examine others work. The free two day event was open to all members although there was a small charge if you wanted to photograph the model.
“A large group of NHSPA members attended the annual meeting in Manchester on Sunday, May 6. They heard Gary Samson kick off the NHSPA-run Statewide Photo Project, and discuss plans for carrying out the project. This was enthusiastically received. More details will be forthcoming on this website.
Following the discussion, NHSPA member and Past President Jay Goldsmith gave a presentation on how he undertook his “What Artists Look Like” project, a three-year effort of creative portraits.”
Did you know if you have an IOS (Apple) device there's an APP to allow you to access the NHSPA calendar, profile and other information? Just go to the APP STORE and search for WILD APRICOT. Download the member app and you'll be able to stay in touch from your iphone or iPad.
Hi, Just some news about the new website, we've been working hard to add new features to the site including the ability to manage your own profile, and automatic event notifications and online registrations. We've also added the ability to renew your membership by credit card making it fast and simple. We'll also be adding some new features to make it THE place to find out what's happening in the New Hampshire Photographic Community. If you have any suggestions, please let us know.
New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists