Learn about street photography

Ladysmith Camera Club recent pictures and new opportunities

This month, the Ladysmith Camera Club is offering a special opportunity for local photographers to expand their photography into the challenging and furtive world of street photography.

Vancouver-based street photographer and educator Evan Kreider will be sharing his methods and techniques for obtaining stylish and evocative images of people, places and things in a presentation at the Ladysmith Camera Club Tuesday, Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. at Hardwick Hall, at the corner of Third Ave. and High Street in Ladysmith.

“We are delighted to host Evan Kreider at our November meeting,” Ladysmith Camera Club president Brent Browning said in a press release. “Our goal is to provide a forum for photographic education, and street photography has been a popular request in our club.”

Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting. There is a guest drop-in fee of $5 for non-members. For more information, visit www.ladysmithcameraclub.com.

Kreider is Professor Emeritus (musicology) at UBC and an avid amateur photographer specializing in street, people and nature photography. For more information, visit kreiderskorner.blogspot.ca.

The Ladysmith Camera Club was founded in 2008, and it exists to promote the appreciation and sharing of all things photographic in the greater Ladysmith area. The club meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Hardwick Hall. The Ladysmith Camera Club welcomes new members, from novice to pro.

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