In the Spotlight
66th Salon a Success
The CCOR annual Salon was a big success, with over 300 entries and a high level of competition judged by the area’s most successful and respected photographers and artists. The the Gallery Walk had the highest attendance in memory along with wonderful food and drink. Mike Miller, Larry Perry, Doug Hubbard, Jim Dodson, Pat Postma and Rob Welton spoke about photography in general and the judging criteria applied to specific images. Yvonne Dalschen was awarded "Best in Show" in both B&W and Color Print Divisions while Karen Jones won Best in Show for the digital entries. If you missed the Salon, you can still see the digital images right here. Salon Digital Entries Enjoy!
Who we are - What we do
The Camera Club of Oak Ridge meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm at the Oak Ridge campus of the Roane State Community College, City Room, 701 Briarcliff Rd.
We are a group of enthusiastic photographers of all ages and levels of experience. Our meetings alternate between educational presentations and themed competitions. The public is welcome to attend.
Program: Dec 13
Portrait Tips at the Speed of Light
Colby McLemore, the award-winning Knoxville photographer, will be back to present his program on portrait photography at the December 9th meeting of the Camera Club. This fast-paced, exciting photography presentation attempts to render Colby's career experience in portrait photography down into a string of portrait tips, tricks, and techniques. Since the first time he gave this presentation, it has been a hit with beginners and advanced participants alike.
The program touches on all sorts of considerations, as many as Colby can fit into an hour or two. Topics generally include how to interact with the subject, what to do and not to do; equipment and lens choices; focal lengths; camera settings, including aperture, shutter speed, and ISO; camera positions; compositions; posing of individuals and groups; lighting choices, as well as considerations using natural or artificial lighting.
See more about Colby at http://www.colbysphotography.com