Member Ellen Anon to present at Buffalo Museum of Science

The Science Museum Camera Club, with support from the Buffalo Museum of Science, is proud to bring Ellen Anon to Buffalo.


She will be presenting the 2013 George E. Hayes Lecture and Seminar on Friday September 20th from 6:30 pm to 9 pm in the Museum auditorium. As part of the Museum’s mission bring science to the general public, this annual lecture is focused on presenting a topic of general interest with science as a component. Given the expansion of photography into everyone’s hand via digital devices and photo sharing via electronic media, Ellen has been invited to explore the topics of recent book “See It, Photographic Composition Using Visual Intensity”.

This lecture will be on Friday September 20th from 6:30pm to 9pm in the Museum auditorium. It is free to all but a reservation is required as space is limited. So don’t wait to register. Once the Museum has the number they can accommodate, registration will close. Note that the registration phone number for the lecture (716-896-5200 x 380) is an answering machine and you will not get a call back.

On Saturday September 21, Ellen will hold an all day seminar at the Museum. The seminar is intended to be interactive with participants immediately applying concepts presented. This approach will be a combination of discussion of topics from her book followed by practice with your camera and then group review of the photographs taken. The intent is to repeat this several times over the day so that what is presented will continually be used and reinforced.

The seminar is a separate registration from the Friday lecture and has a $50 fee.

Snacks at breaks and lunch are included. Space for the seminar is very limited. Ellen will have a few copies of her book available at the seminar, but it would be best to purchase and read ahead of time.

For more information please go to this seminar page.


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