The Welland Camera Club Presents tonight at 7:30 pm an incredible show with Joe LeFevre with tips to improve your landscape photography.


Joe’s images have been published internationally in Nature’s Best Photography  Photography Monthly magazines, nationally in Outdoor Photographer magazine, regionally in the award-winning Adirondack Life and New York State Conservationist  magazines, and in numerous other regional publications.



A popular convention speaker, Joe has captivated audiences at venues throughout the United States with his remarkable imagery, including the New England Camera Club Council (NECCC) annual conventions at UMass Amherst (2013, 2012, 2010, 2009, and 2007), the Photographic Society of America (PSA) International Conference of Photography (2011, 2008), the Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Clubs (NFRCC) annual conventions (2013, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, and 2006), the Southwestern Michigan Council of Camera Clubs (SWMCCC) annual convention (2012), and at numerous camera clubs throughout the northeast.



He has also won many awards in photographic competitions. A self-taught photographer, Joe is constantly in search of magical light, which is capable of transforming even mundane landscapes into places of great beauty. The great landscape photographer Ansel Adams once stated, “The landscape is possibly the most difficult subject material to work with; it offers the minimum control of point of view in reference to composition and confronts the photographer with extremes of light and shadow…” The challenges involved in obtaining an outstanding landscape image are indeed great, but so are the rewards when one is finally captured.


What to expect at the presentation with Joe:
25 Field Tips to Improve Your Landscape and Nature Photographs including important field tips to help you overcome the inherent challenges in producing effective landscape and nature photographs. Gleaned from over 35 years of shooting,some things that will be covered include:

• The importance of working close to home
• Scouting potential locations and returning at a favorable time
• Matching the available light with an appropriate landscape
• Shooting composite panoramas

Please join Joe for an engaging and educational session as he demystifies the process of producing dynamic landscape images. The presentation is available on DVD. To see Joe’s work go to


About the Welland Camera Club

We meet the second and fourth Wednesday of each month

Sep-Dec, Jan-May

at The Wesley United Church   

244 First Avenue 

Welland, ON

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