PROGRAM  INFORMATION

 

 

Twin City Camera Club

Program Night Monday

 

 

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April Program information

Twin City Camera Club's

Program Night
April 23rd.  7:30 p.m.

Eric Johnson will be presenting a program on Wildlife Photography

Come join us for another awesome wildlife photography program when Visions of Wildlife photographer Eric Johnson returns this month with a presentation that will focus on Eric and Val's adventures with the Gorillas in Rwanda, in the jungles of Malaysia, and the migration in Tanzania.  Eric said he will be sharing images from another trip to Tanzania (Africa) during the migration, their two day hike in the mountains of Rwanda in search of Mountain Gorillas, and nine days in the Sabah jungle in Malaysia.

Eris says "Lot’s of pics and stories to tell!"

So don't miss out, come have a seat and see lots of excellent wildlife photos and learn more about how they're taken and the post processing used. .

Eric Johnson has been a professional photographer since 1983; over the years he has won numerous awards and recognitions, including two “top-ten-in-the-state” awards with the Michigan Professional Photographers Association.  During this same period he had a distinguished career in law enforcement, retiring in 2009 with more than 30-years of service with the Michigan State Police.

Throughout these years Eric has quietly pursued his passion of wildlife photography for his personal enjoyment; his background in portrait photography, combined with the technical skills required of a forensic photographer, has resulted in quality images that only very few photographers can replicate.  He has amassed a library of thousands of wildlife images that represent an amazing world that most will never see.  After years of  being encouraged by family and friends to do “something” with his images, he has finally decided to share and make available on a limited basis these images to those interested in sharing his Visions of Wildlife.

To learn more about Eric, see lots and lots of excellent wildlife photos, visit his website: http://www.visionsofwildlife.com

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Larger view of photos used in composite
 

Keeled pit viper

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Mountain Gorilla

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Mountain Gorilla

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Orangutan

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Nile crocodile (having wildebeest for lunch)

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endangered Sun bear

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Pig-tailed Macaque

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Leopard

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Long-tailed Macaque

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Additional photos provided by Eric Johnson

 

Lion
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Wildebeest
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Wildebeest
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Plains Zebra
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Gibbon
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Mountain Gorilla
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Mountain Gorilla
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Mountain Gorilla
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Mountain Gorilla
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Orangutan
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Proboscis Monkey
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Proboscis Monkey
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Long-tailed Macaque
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Asian water monitors

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Presenter's Website Links

Eric Johnson presenting "Wildlife Photography"  http://www.visionsofwildlife.com

Ed Post presented "Nature Photos That Inspire." http://www.flickr.com/photos/edpost and https://www.facebook.com/edpostphotography

Rich Wyllis presented "Adobe Lightroom."  http://www.richphotographic.com

Jim Cook presented “Seeing Things.”  http://jamescook.biz/

Dennis Mally presented "Sicily"

Amy Deming presented "Lighting and posing in portraiture." http://www.demingphotography.com
 Mike Mitchell presented "Photography workshops." https://www.facebook.com/mike.mitchell.1000

Wayne R. Pope presented "Wetland Wildlife." http://www.waynerpope.com

 

 

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