Meetings are held at:
The Assistance League of Temecula
28720 Via Montezuma
Temecula, CA 92590
General Meeting - First Thursday of the Month at 6:15PM
March 2 - Guest: John Watts - Featured Photographer:
April 6 - Guest: Al Fevaro - Featured Photographer:
Education Meeting - Third Thursday of the Month at 6:15PM
February16 - Using Creator Studio - Kathleen Messmer
March 16 - Video in DaVinci Resolve - Peter Dascalos
April 20 - TBD
Saturday, February 18 - Egyptian Building, Chino Hills
Saturday, February 25 - Hawk Watch, Ramona
Saturday, March 4 - San Jacinto Wildlife Area, Lakeview
Saturday, March 18 - Box Canyon, Anza Borrego Desert SP
Friday to Sunday, April 14 thru 16 - Death Valley
Saturday, May 13 - Mission at San Juan Capistrano
More information can be found on the Calendar or Outings members only pages.
General Meeting Details - March 2nd
Guest Speaker - John Watts
John Watts from Watts Digital Imaging in San Diego is a photographic post-processing specialist who’s been privileged over the last 35+ years to work in printing partnership with some of the world’s finest photographers, both professional and serious amateur.
John’s motto is, “You take the perfect shot, & I’ll help you get the absolute most out of it - your printer or mine”.
John has now taken that expertise and applied it to the world of Digital Imaging Education, particularly as it relates to Photoshop, Digital Printing and Color Management for Photographers.
His seminars and Meetups are widely attended, and always fun & educational. John is also a frequent judge for many prestigious photo contests, including the San Diego County Fair Photo Exhibition and the Orange County Fair Photo Exhibition.
You can find out more about John and his products & services at his website: https://wattsdigital.com
“Color Management 101 - The 3 Seps to Successful Color Management” - Proper Color Management allows you to accurately reproduce what you see on your monitor in printed form. John will show you the 3 steps to successful Color Management and how to simply implement these into your post-processing workflow, in a style that even the most die-hard "non-techie" can enjoy and understand.