Open for Entries November 1, 2017It’s time to enter Delaware Photographic Society’s annual competition. WIEP is one of the oldest and largest juried photographic exhibitions in the USA. It is PSA recognized and attracts photographers from all over the world.
Monday, November 27thIvan Thomas, DeTv founder and owner of Bluefilms Media Group, pre-sents his program “Photography as an expression of love through art, honest conversation and community building”.
FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Welcome November, a few photographic issues to ponder!
The cover story, “Whale Hunters of Indonesia” by Tom Tauber, is a wonderful read about the old-fashioned way the indigenous people of Lamalera rely on whale hunting as their livelihood, pages 12-13.
President, Fred Cullis, shares his thoughts about not waiting to capture the right shot.
Join us on Monday, November 27 at 7:30 pm in Cokesbury’s Auditorium C. Guest speaker, Ivan C. Thomas, will be doing his presentation “Photography as an expression of love through art, honest conversation and community building.”
Fans of the great Bald Eagles will have an opportunity to photograph one in action at the Conowingo Dam on Saturday, November 18, led by our DPS Eagle Expert, Jerry am Ende. Fieldtrip details are on page 7.
Meet Our Members, Patricia Bushey and Jerry am Ende on pages 8 and 9.
Member News on pages 3-6. PSA updates can be found on pages 10-11.
View the first high-scoring images of the season on pages 14-17.
“Lighter Is Brighter” by RALPH BARON explores the ins-and-outs of downsizing to a smaller camera. If you’ve considered giving up your DSLR for something lighter, this article may be of interest to you.
Marvin Gerstein encourages new members, as well as longtime members, to “Take the Plunge” and jump into the monthly competitions. His take on the value of asking questions and receiving guidance from more experienced members is on page 21.
The first Field Trip of the year to the historic Eastern State Penitentiary was a great success. Members’ images of this eerie prison can be seen on pages 22-25.
A special thank you to all who contribute articles for publication in The Reflector. And for you who have not yet contributed an article, why not give it a try. Write an article and illustrate it with your images, then submit it for publication.
~ Theresa Yanick, Editor, The Reflector