The Photographers Guild will showcase photos in the Arts on the Millrace, an annual Arts Festival in Downtown Goshen, IN featuring local artists and musicians.
WHEN: Saturday, June 11, 2016, noon to 8 p.m. along Goshen’s Millrace at the Millrace Powerhouse.
From the Powerhouse Station to the Hawks Building, Goshen’s beautiful Millrace trail will transform into an outdoor gallery, showcasing fine art ranging from painting to woodworking to metalwork, and so much more. There will be live music, dancing, food vendors, and beer, wine, and cocktails to make for a lively celebration of our community’s many talented artists.
Congratulations to Derek Jager and Ron McAllister, both receiving the honors of being chosen for Photo of the Month at our last Guild meeting.
Derek Jager – February 2016 Photo of the Month
The shot was captured at an Elkhart Central gymnastic meet. The female athlete performed wonderfully on the floor routine in front of the judge. I was positioned just behind the judge on the right side of her shoulder standing up.
I shot the photo using a Sony A6000 body, shutter speed 1/800 sec, Aperture 5.6, and ISO 10000 with an E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS lens.
Ron McAllister – February 2016 Photo of the Month
The Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society was founded in 1978. The museum is located on the shores of Lake Superior near White Fish Point in Michigan’s scenic Upper Peninsula.
The museum houses artifacts salvaged from the many historic and fabled shipwrecks on the Great Lakes. The most prominent and poignant is the bell retrieved from the Edmund Fitzgerald, immortalized in song by Gordon Lightfoot.
I always like to tell the story of my young daughter prancing around the house, pigtails flailing in the air, earnestly singing: “The Wreck of the Ella Fitzgerald”.
Photo taken with Nikon D5200, Nikkor 18-200mm lens — f/18, 1/1250 sec, ISO 2500, Focal Length 18mm
Congratulations to Danny Graber for winning this month!
Photo by Danny Graber – Photo of the Month January 2016
I photographed this recently in a swing through northern New Mexico and southwest Colorado. Both states take pride in showcasing narrow-gage railroad history. It is an absolute delight to see these old trains in operation. This photo was not staged. It is precisely as it unfolded in front of me.
I photographed this at 18mm, f/8, 1/400 sec., ISO 200 using my Nikon 14-24mm lens which never lets me down.