The Newsletter of the PHOTO
Volume 27, Number 4
Celebrating 25 Years
February , 2004
Editor - Larry Easton
Website: P.O. Box 4501
1978 - 2003 www.reginaphotoclub.com Regina, SK S4P 3W7
“Become Better Acquainted with the Art of Photography”
Second In-club 3rd - Perfectly Posed by Sharlene Stanley
HM - Waiting For Breakfast by Shirley
3rd - Perth Mill by Dorothy Easton
HM - Rest Stop by Glen Tuplin
HM - Swift and Strong by Glen Tuplin
Winners Adv. Amateur Colour Scapes - 10
Amateur Open Slides - 13 entries
1st - Sunshine by Donna-Joy Tuplin
B&W Print Open - 7 entries entries 2nd - Auburn by Glen Tuplin
1st - Imaging by Jerry Mayo 1st - Rideau Canal by Don Mathieson 3rd - Snowy Grate by Donna-Joy Tuplin
2nd - Early Snow by Jerry Mayo 1st - Fire and Ice by Jerry Mayo HM - Cracked by Donna-Joy Tuplin
2nd - Grilled by Sharlene Stanley 2nd - Stormy Sky by Cheryl Pady
3rd - Impending Storm by Cheryl Pady Amateur Fuana Slides - 8 entries
B&W Scapes - 2 entries HM - Frosted Feeder by Marlyn Toderan 2nd - Resting by Shirley Gerlock
1st - Majestic by Dave Perry HM - Hoary Needles by Marlyn Toderan 2nd - Horned Owl by Shirley Gerlock
2nd - The Old Yard by Sharlene Stanley 3rd - Lunch Time by Marie Wilson
Adv. Amateur Colour Open - 10 entries
B & W Print Fuana - 1 entries 1st - Rushes and Moon by Don Adv. Amateur Open Slides - 5 entries
HM - Our Pals by Dave Perry Mathieson 1st - Windows by Larry Easton
2nd - Neon Sax by Cheryl pady 2nd - The Eye by Dave Perry
Amateur Colour Scapes - 6 entries 3rd - Corn Roast by Bryan Bosley 3rd - Door to the Past by Larry Easton
1st - The Old Windmill by Sharlene HM - Feathers of Frost by Don Mathieson Hm - Grey Cup House Decorations by
Stanley HM - Her Eyes by Zlatan Fazlagic Jim Slough
1st - Emerald Lake by Sharlene Stanley
2nd - Frosty Reflections by Sandra Adv. Amateur Colour Fauna - 11 entries Advanced Amateur Scapes Slides -12
Schoenroth 1st - Beauty is Skin Deep by Don entries
Mathieson 1st - Vincent Massey Park by Walter Thiel
Amateur Colour Open - 6 entries 1st - Up in the CHEEP Seats by Don 2nd - End of the Day by Bryan Bosley
1st - Techno Rainbow by Glen Tuplin Mathieson 3rd - Covered Bridge by Walter Thiel
1st - Old Strings by Glen tuplin 2nd - Cedar Waxwing by Bryan Bosley HM - Looking Back at History by Murray
3rd - A Daisy A Day by Sharlene Stanley 3rd - Horse by Bryan Bosley Bryck
HM - Cold Cycle by Bob Gay 3rd - Humming Bird by Bryan Bosley
Adv. Amateur Fuana Slides - 11 entries
Amateur Colour Fuana - 10 entries Amateur Scapes Slides - 10 entries 1st - Butterfly by Bryan Bosley
1st - The Camp Site Visitor by Sharlene 1st - Church Windows by Sandra 2nd - Once They Roamed in Millions by
Stanley Scheonroth Murray Bryck
2nd - What’s For Dinner by Sandra 2nd - Fresh Snow on Park Bench by 2nd - Geese Trio by Larry Easton
3rd - White Butterfly by Larry Easton
What’s Inside Page A total of 122 entries were entered in the
second in-club competition from 20
members, 10 in the amateur level and 10
Transparency Battle 2004 Competition 2 in the advanced level.
Handcolouring Black and White Prints 3 The judges were, RPC members, Deana
Competition Award System 3 Driver, Farris Nagy and Wayne Iverson.
Advertising and Events Calendar 4 Print scanning was done and digital
What will Happen to Our Photos 5 presentation was done by Glen Tuplin.
For Sale 5 Many of the first place photos are on the
Annual General Meeting and Elections 5 Gallery on pages 7 & 8.
Merit Point Awards 6
Digital Photo Contest 6 The RPC Membership is 119
The Gallery 7,8 as of February 24, 2004
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award every slide from 3 - 10 points for a
Regina Photo Club
Box 4501 Transparency possible total score of 30 points.
12. All entries will be handled with care.
Regina, Saskatchewan Battle 2004 Competition However, the host club will not assume
any responsibility for any loss or damage
S4P 3W7 The Rosetown Photography Club will be
hosting the annual Transparency Battle to entries.
on Sunday, April 25, 2004. 13. Awards:
2003 / 2004 EXECUTIVE The Transparency Battle slide (1) The A. Clare Hume Transparency
President - Donna-Joy Tuplin 949-0889
competition was initiated by the Battle Trophy will be awarded for one year
e-mail: email@example.com to the club with the highest total score.
Saskatoon Camera Club in 1970 and has
continued to the present. Several years (2) The Best of Show plaque will be
later a trophy was created and donated by awarded to the maker of the slide with the
Bryan Bosley - 729-3292
Ben Checkowy - 789-8410 A. Clare Hume fo Saskatoon to be highest score.
Parry Johnson - 789-2567 presented annually to the winning club. (3) First, Second and Third place slide
The Battle is usually hosted by the makers will be awarded a Certificate of
Vice President - Reta Radu 949-5873 Saskatoon club, but has been hosted in Achievement.
past years by other clubs. (4) Honourable Mention Certificates will
It is a slide competition, open to any be awarded to makers of all other slides
Entertainment - Vacant earning scores of 22 or more points.
Display Co-ordinator - Vacant photography club in Saskatchewan.
Host Club: The Rosetown Photography
Secretary - Wayne Gilmer 956-5380 Entry Guidelines: Club is hosting for the first time.
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1. Each club is entitled to enter eight Club Entry Deadline: Post marked on or
slides. before Thursday April 1, 2004.
Treasurer - Laird Wilson 543-0739 2. Clubs with more than 30 paid-up Mail to: Transparency Battle, c/o Stan
members shall include only one slide Hingston, Box 1177, Rosetown SK S0L
from any individual member to make up 2V0. For more information, call Stan at
Photographer - Jim Slough 586-0397 306-882-2263 (evenings) or 306-882-
the club entry.
3. Clubs with thirty or fewer members may 2220 (work).
Equipment - Walter Thiel - 586-1411
determine how many slides an individual Date: of Battle: Sunday, April 25, 2004.
Awards - Laird Wilson member may contribute to the club’s entry. Location: Rosetown Elks Hall, Highway 4,
4. Photographers who are members of north (across from arena).
Membership more than one camera club may have a Menu: Chili in a Bun bowl, salad & veggies,
Marie Wilson & Shirley Gerlock
slide or slides included in the entry from cheesecake.
only one of these clubs. Fee: $7.50 for lunch (optional) and $7.50
Archives - Shirley Gerlock - 757-3328 for the show.
5. The entries maybe on any topic. No
slide may have been entered in a previous Agenda:
Program - Parry Johnson 789-2567
e-mail:email@example.com Transparency Battle. 11:00 Registration begins.
6. Every slide must be thumb spotted in 12:00 Lunch.
Competitions - Shawna Goodman the lower left corner when the slide is held 1:00 Feature Presentation ”I Am
546-2936 in normal viewing position. Saskatchewan”.
7. Every slide must have a definite title 1:15 The Battle slide show.
(Untitled #1 is not acceptable), the 2:15 Coffee break.
f /16 Editor - Larry Easton (306) 332-3711 2:30 Winning slides, judges’
e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org photographers name, and the name of
the club printed on the slide. comments and award presentations.
Prairie Region for Photographic Arts 8. Slides must be free of dust and 3:00 Adjournment.
Shirley Gerlock - 757-3328 smudges.
9. Slides shall be carefully packed to Rosetown Photography Club web site:
Canadian Association for Photographic Art prevent damage in the mail. www.rosetownphotoclub.com
Director - Larry Easton - (306) 332-3711
10. A representative of each club shall be
SaskAmateur - Glen Tuplin - 949-0889 responsible for picking up their slides at
the end of the program. Clubs which do In-club Transparency Battle
SaskPhoto - Shirley Gerlock - 757-3328 not have a member present at the Battle Regina Photo Club members may
will have their entry returned by the host submit two 35mm slides on any subject.
club. Return postage shall be provided The in-club member deadline is
for this purpose by the club submitting Tuesday, March 2. Slides may be left at
A member of the the entry. The Cutting Crew, 3815 Albert St.,
Canadian 11. Judging will be by a panel of three Monday to Saturday with Shawna
persons appointed by the host club, but Goodman, Competitions Chairperson,
not members of the club. It is preferrable on or before the deadline or at the March
they be local professional photographers, 2 regular meeting. All entries and the
but if this is not possible, they maybe eight winning in-club slides will be
individuals known for their interest and shown at the March 16 meeting,
skills in photography. Each judge will
February, 2004 f-16 - Regina Photo Club Page 3
steam for about ten seconds. The steam every few minutes. (Otherwise the
Handcoloring Black causes the dye to penetrate the surface acrylics will dry on the brush and you
of the print. The dye is now permanent. will have a conversation piece in you
and White Prints If you applied too much dye the excess hand that is quite incapable of applying
By Jim Britton is removable. Make sure you let the paint). The message is that acrylics dry
excess water evaporate from the rapidly! They will also hide whatever you
Question: Can I handcolor a print that surface of the print before you apply paint them over. But when the acrylic is
is made on glossy paper? more dye. This works very well with RC dry, you can apply other media on top
Answer: Yes, but I am limited as to what glossy papers. of them, like oil paint! I apply acrylic
media I can use. Acrylics can also be used on a paper inks with a pen and nib. The inks can
The best media for adding a touch of that has a glossy finish. Acrylics are be watered down with tap water. When
color is Kodak’s Dry Dyes. They are sold available in tubes (like oil paints), in they dry, they are permanent!
in a box containing bricks (like medium viscosity (pours like molasses), Note: Handcoloring can be a
watercolor bricks in your child’s and as an ink (the tiny bottle comes dangerous exercise. The materials are
watercolor set). The dye is applied with with an eyedropper for a lid, that means not to be ingested and, with some of
a cotton swab. Step one is to hold the you use the eyedropper to force ink them, even the fumes are dangerous.
brick close to your mouth and breathe through the mixture to mix the ink – If you need help with handcoloring, e-
on it. Then remove some of the dry dye because the heavy parts settle to the mail your problems to:
with the cotton swab and spread it on bottom – (don’t shake the bottle!) email@example.com.
the photograph. When all the dyes are Regular acrylics and medium viscosity Editors note: Jim Britton is a Member of CAPA
applied, or when just a bit of the dye is and contributing writer to the Pacific Zone
acrylics are applied with a stiff bristled
applied, turn on the kettle. When steam brush. During the painting process the
starts to rise hold the print over the brush must be kept wet and cleaned
Regina Photo Club 1. Regina Photo Club Competitions which is available from the treasurer to
(restricted to members). make your claim.
AWARD SYSTEM First Place 8 Advanced Awards
Second Place 5
Third Place 3 The advanced awards are the
The purpose of the Regina Photo Club
Honourable Mention 2 Craftsman, Master-Craftsman and
Competition Award System is to
Each Additional Entry 1 Prestige. They are only obtainable by
recognize and honor individual effort and
contributing to the advancement of
services rendered at all levels of
2. SaskAmateur and SaskPhoto photography. While superior
achievement. The system is based on
Competitions. photographic skill and ability are a
Competition Points which can be earned
Points prerequisite, service to others in the form
by taking part in photographic activity.
First Place 9 of writing, teaching, lecturing, and
Every member of the Regina Photo Club
Second Place 6 judging is also of great value to all, and
can win the highest award offered, and
Third Place 4 credits for the accomplishments will be
the beginner as well as the top member
Honourable Mention 2 recognized in the form of elective
of the club will be recognized.
Each Additional Entry 1 requirements.
Since the advanced titles carry the
The Competition Awards
3. Prairie Region of Photographic Arts degree of distinction in the Regina Photo
and Canadian Association of Club, it is vital to the success of the
Competition Award points that can be
Photographic Arts (club entries & Competition Award Program that they
earned by members in good standing
individual, if a member). all be earned the hard way by
with the Regina Photo Club are:
Points contributing the advancement of
Award Points Required
First Place 10 photography.
Second Place 7
Third Place 5 Requirements for Craftsman:
Honourable Mention 2 2000 Competition Award Points
Master’s Award 1,000
Each Additional Entry 1 Requirements for Master Craftsman:
Grand Master’s Award 2,000
3000 Competition Award Points
Points for in-club activities are awarded Requirements for Prestige Award Points
Master Craftsman 4,000
automatically. You must apply for points 4000 Competition Award Points
on out-of-club activities. Use the form
Page 4 f-16 - Regina Photo Club February, 2004
2004 RPC Events Calendar Obituary Notices
Regular meetings are at 7:30 p.m. on the first & third Tuesdays from September
until June. Meetings are held at the Telephone Pioneer Activity Centre, 320 Pasqua
Street North, Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 8R7
March 2 - Sharlene Stanley , RPC Member Presentation
(1) Photo craft ideas, unique ways to display photos. Jess Deby - 1923/2004
(2) Members image show. Jess Deby, a former RPC member
(3) Transparency Battle In-club deadline. passed a way recently in British
March 16 - Cheryl Pady, RPC member Presentation Columbia. Jess Deby along with Bill
(1) England and Italy image show. Inglis, Lynn McCaslyn, Don Chatwin
(2) “The 12 Day Experiment” film pickup. (Regina Exhibition), Jim Paskaruk
(3) Results of the In-club Transparency Battle (Nagels Audio), Shirley Gerlock, plus
Saturday, March 20 - SaskAmateur Deadline many others was one of the builders
The Terrace Building, 10 Research Dr., University of Regina. of The Regina Photo Club. He joined
Friday, March 26 - SaskAmateur Awards Night the Club in 1978 and continued as a
Program starts at 7:30 pm, The Terrace Building, 10 Research Dr., U. of R. member and an executive member,
Sunday, April 4 - Easter Flowers Photo Shoot including chairing the Exhibition
1 - 4 pm Regina Floral Conservatory, 4th Avenue, Regina. Committee in 1978-80, and then he
April 6 - Glen McMaster, Watershed Authority retired to BC in 1983. Jess was a
(1) Saskatchewan Birds presentation. quiet, dedicated photographer who
(2) “The 12 Day Experiment” film due back. won many awards for his colour prints
April 20 - “The 12 day Experiment” in club and Waskimo competitions,
(1) Results and selection of winners. a fore runner to SaskAmateur.
(2) Deadline for 3rd in-club competition. By - Shirley J Gerlock, Archivist.
Categories are: Scapes, Open & People.
*Non-Meeting Dates. Seminars are for RPC members only. Registration is limited, costs
vary. RPC also conducts field trips, special workshops and competitions throughout the
year. Please read later issues of the f-16 Newsletter for further information.
Announcements Quote of the Day
Members of the Regina photo Club
"The nice thing about the promise
wish to express their sympathy to club
of Spring is that sooner or later
Trevor Owen she will have to keep it."
member, Mary Aird on the passing of
her Aunt, Anne Joslyn on January 19,
Quote provided by Jean Gilmer
Photography 2004. She was 96 years old.
Regina Photo Club member
attendees at the Trevor Owen Saskatchewan
Photography workshop where; Bryan Professional
Bosley, Krista Fowler, Lavonne
Gorrill, Nora Marpole, Cheryl Pady,
Karen Rogers, GlenTuplin. The Association Theme Shoot: What is it?
Photography Workshop: Creating Convention Suggestions:
Images with Impact was held on
Sunday, February 1. 1. Nature 2. Plants 3. Animals
Date: March 6, 2004 4. Health 5. Science 6. Food
Time: 7:00 p.m. 7. Automobile 8. Building
Location: Regina Inn 9. Colour 10. Texture
Hand Painting Workshop Speaker: Mike Grandmaison Entries maybe prints, slides or
“The In’s & Out’s of Stock digital - due at the June 1
The Hand Painting Workshop has
been cancelled and will be re-
Tickets: Don’s Photo - $10
scheduled in the 2004/2005 program.
at the door: $15 (open to public)
February, 2004 f-16 - Regina Photo Club Page 5
For Sale What Will Happen To Our Photos?
Black & White By Parry Johnson
than full resolution to conserve memory
Darkroom Equipment I’m writing this letter to our Editor
or disk space. Often, inexpensive CDs
Beseler 4 x 5 Enlarger because I’ve been doing some
are used to store the images, on which
Zone VI Cold Light contemplation after my presentation to
files deteriorate (digitally) after only a
Zone VI Cold Light Stabilizer our members about photo preservation
few years, rendering them unusable or
Nikkor 35 mm lense on Feb. 17th, 2004. When I was first
very difficult to reassemble. The long-
Rodenstock Rodegan 80 mm lense for preparing for the talk, I wasn’t sure if I’d
term usability of digital images is
120 have enough to say about the topic, but
questionable at best — to be safe, it’s
Nikkor 150 mm lense for 4 x 5 the questions that kept ringing in my
a good idea to make copies of important
Enlarger Timer head sounded like this: “Will people in
digital images every few years. If that
Teal Grain Finder the future want to look at my photos?
photographer uses film, were the
Seal Dry Mount Press / paper What’s the point in going to all the effort
negatives properly stored in archival
Filters for Multigrade paper if nobody will appreciate my photos? Am
sleeves? Did proper methods of printing
Negative carriers - 35mm, 120, & 4x5 I wasting time and money? How long
take place, or did the photographer cut
Developing Trays will my photos last?”
Variety of Multigrade papers The fact is that I believe most
What about the photos hanging
Contact: John Nugent photographers today only shoot for the
on my wall? How long will they last
Lumsden, Sask. moment. It’s sad, but true. People
before they reach the point that they
(306) 731-2204 (including me at times) don’t even take
either have to be taken to the dump or
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org the time to properly store their photos,
be replaced? Will they discolour or
and they’ve forgotten what or who was
deteriorate over time? If they were taken
in the photos. In a number of years, the
by a professional photographer, will I be
YEAR END FILM SPECIALS next generation will consider the shoe
able to get a copy made from the original
boxes of negatives and snapshots to be
negatives at a reasonable cost in terms
REG. PRICE SALE “junk” and the photos are tossed.
KODAK PORTRA 160 VC -220
of money and effort?
Somebody might even buy a box full of
$12.00 $4.50 I’ve changed my philosophy
your slides from a second-hand store
KODAK PORTRA 400 BW-120 since this past Tuesday, and I’ll try hard
and re-sell the images, as that party is
$5.70 $2.75 to practice what I preach! I’m going to
now the legal owner. (Don’t laugh — it
KODAK PORTRA 400 BW-220 quit using cheap CDs for digital photos.
$11.43 $4.50 happens!)
I’m going to shoot more film and less
FUJI REALA 220 Just think about it: A professional
digital. I’m going to take better care of
$12.64 $7.50 photographer is hired to take a photo of
my negatives and prints. I’m going to
LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE - your family. He uses a digital camera
ask my mother who the people are in
CONTACT DEVONA OR DON AT DON'S so that you can see the results instantly
old photos. I’m going to make sure that
and change the outcome if it isn’t
347-7887 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. my photographs are made, washed,
“perfect.” The resolution is mediocre
stored and framed correctly. I’m going
compared to most film cameras. Many
to take more pictures of my family, my
(if not most) shots are deleted or not
Annual General transferred to disk, or are taken at less
students, my friends and others I love.
How about you?
Your points are well taken! I have old
Election of Officers wedding photographs of my mother’s
parents taken in a studio. I also have
The Annual General Meeting and Radu. She will not be seeking re-election. two other photos taken in the same
Election of Officers is set for June 1, 2004. d) President - presently held by Donna- studio of a young lady in each photo
The Executive terms are for two years. The Joy Tuplin. She will run for re-election. that I am unable to positively identify,
following positions whose term will end e) Secretary - presently held by Wayne but believe them to be sisters of my
at the end of the 2003 - 04 year are: Gilmer. He will resign and seek election
a) Program - presently held by Parry
mother’s father. There are no identifying
in another executive portfolio. The
Johnson. He will not be seeking re- Secretary position will be for a one year names and of course I never asked my
election. term. mother, and now it is too late. Further
b) Competitions - presently held by Members interested in any of these more, the B&W Sepia toned photos are
Shawna Goodman. She will not be positions should contact Laird Wilson - still in good condition,but were stored
seeking re-election. Treasurer for information on duties and if in a non acid free cardboard box.
c) Vice -President - presently held by Reta interested in running for these positions. - Editor
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Merit Point Awards
Mary Aird 34 Bob Gay 48 Dave Perry 304
Cheryl Behrns 377 Shirley Gerlock 2,423 Jamie Radu 216
Bryan Bosley 103 Jean Gilmer 138 Reta Radu 1,556
Shelley Brenner 189 Wayne Gilmer 36 Kelly Reid Ward 60
Bob Brownridge 35 Shawna Goodman 385 Karen Rodgers 60
Murray Bryck 1057 Terry Graham 382 Sandra Schoenroth 27
Susan Cadieu 130 Gayle Hipperson 15 Jennifer Semsock 2
Ben Checkowy 465 Wayne Iverson 396 Jim Slough 3,571
Blair Dobson 706 Parry Johnson 631 Sharlene Stanley 82
Abe Doerksen 777 Don Jurick 58 Walter Thiel 2,511
Craig Douglas 88 Kornaga Kendall 1 Marlyn Toderan 1,301
Glenn Downton 1622 Janice Krietemeyer 6 Donna - Joy Tuplin 92
DanielleDriver 8 Maureen Kupiec 2 Glen Tuplin 189
Deana Driver 252 Albert Lavallee 26 Brenda Valiaho 15
Dorothy Easton 75 Don Mathieson 719 Renee Wilkinson 11
Larry Easton 4,471 Jerry Mayo 26 Dale Williams 27
Zlatan Fazlagic 22 Lynn McCaslin 235 Laird Wilson 315
Rob Fisher 92 Wayne McLean 17 Marie Wilson 2,069
Arnold Foster 609 Cheryl Pady 2,534
Keith Foster 728 Jeremy Pady 88 Points up to and include 2nd In-Club Competition.
Report errors or omissions to Laird Wilson.
Greenlight will also turn the spotlight on Submissions will be accepted through
DIGITAL PHOTO an undiscovered photographer through March 31, 2004. Judging will be
completed and the top five finalists
the YOU Take Five contest.
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February, 2004 f-16 - Regina Photo Club Page 7
First Place Winners
Amateur Colour - Scapes
“The Old Windmill” B & W Open
Sharlene Stanley “Imaging”
Amateur Colour - Open
“Techno Rainbow” Adv. Amateur Colour - Scapes
Glen Tuplin “Fire and Ice”
Amateur Colour - Scapes
Amateur Colour - Open “The Campsite Visitor”
“Old Strings” Sharlene Stanley
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First Place Winners
Amateur Slide Open Advanced Slide Open
“The Eye” “Windows”
Dave Perry Larry Easton
Advanced Amateur Slide - Open
“Vincent Massey Park” B & W - Scapes
Walter Thiel “Canal”
B & W - Open Amateur Slide - Open
Don Mathieson Donna-Joy Tuplin
B & W - Fauna
Advanced Amateur Slide - Fauna