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Wichita Wildlight Photographic Society

(A member group of Lawton Arts for All)



Dedicated to people interested in any aspect of photography. Serving Lawton, OK and the surrounding area since 1991.

Enjoying the art and fun of photography
Sharing knowledge and learning
Improving our photographic skills
Supporting the arts and community


WWPS meets the second Thursday of each month, 7:00 PM, at Boulevard Church in Lawton, Ok (5319 W. Gore Blvd), directly across Gore Blvd from Eisenhower High School. Phone: (580) 248-2371. Meetings are open to the public without charge or obligation.


Guests are always welcome- no invitation needed, just show up!


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WWPS NEWS
Administrator, Thursday 05 July 2007 - 09:50:00 // Comments are turned off for this item

----------- UPCOMING PROGRAM -----------


Next Meeting:-December 14, 2017 at 7:00 PM


1. Program: “How to Photograph People in Front a Lighted Christmas Tree” by Clem Wehner. What’s so hard about this, you ask? Getting the right exposure of the people and at the same time keeping the little tree lights from being washed out by the flash is not easy to do. It takes some special techniques to do it right. Clem will do a live demonstration. The techniques you will learn can be used on much more than just lighted Christmas trees. Any time you have a subject in front of a lighted background, you have the same problem to overcome. So don’t miss this lesson.

2. Pot Luck Dinner- We'll share another great annual dinner. Many members have volunteered to bring yummy food.

VOLUNTEERS ARE:
VEGGIES: Brenda Hatch, Kim Isaac, Sally Frasier, Kenny Seals, Jim & Kathy Hepner
SALAD: Santos Rubio, Jessica Kennedy, Bonnie Armerdariz, Anita Page
DESSERT: Santos Rubio, Emalee Hibson, Chelle Heffernan, Debbie Gauthier, Fran Lohr, Debbie Duggar
DRINKS AND ICE: Dave McGowen
MEAT: will be provided

3. GIFT EXCHANGE- There will be a "Dirty Santa" gift exchange. If you wish to participate, bring a wrapped gift, either new or used. Even white elephant junk items from your attic can be exchanged and often become the most fun and sought after exchange items. If you buy something, don't spend more than $10-15 or so.

4. PHOTO CHALLENGE: - There will NOT be a photo challenge at the December meeting. For the January meeting, the theme will be "WILD CARD" (any subject).

5. DOORPRIZE: There will NOT be a doorprize drawing at this meeting


6. The winner of the last Photo Challenge was Anita Page



------------------ LIBRARY ------------------

The following people have library items overdue:

RAMONA BAKER
PEGGY ROSEBERRY
MARIA LIPSCOMBE


Do not wait until the next meeting to return items. Use our 24-hour drop box, located in the mail slot in the garage door at 323 NW 35th st., one block north of Comanche County Hospital on 35th st.


----------- OTHER INFORMATION -----------



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Volunteering is the price we all pay to enjoy the benefits of WWPS, so please pitch in and help.

Member Volunteers needed: Contact Clem Wehner for more info:

Make presentations to clubs, civic groups, schools, churches, etc. You can use the pre-prepared presentation "Tips for Taking Great Photos". Contact Clem for volunteering or checking out the presentation and equipment. Public outreach programs are one of the most important things we do. We need YOU to help.

Public Outreach Activities: If you made a presentation, displayed your photographs anywhere, taught a class to one or more people, helped out in the community using your photographic skills, or anything similar, let Clem know. We need to document all our activities for our Arts for All sponsors, and we'll put your accomplishments on this website on the "Volunteers" page.