Monday, September 4 @ 7pm
In-person and Zoom Meeting – Brian Spears
This meeting will feature new Redlands Camera Club member Brian Spears. Brian will share with members the proper etiquette when photographing American Indians at their festival events. He will discuss how and when and when not to photograph, and also how to get model releases.
If you are interested in photographing a Pow Wow, there are two coming up in September. One is the San Manuel Pow Wow, September 15-17. The other is the Morongo Thunder and Lightning Pow Wow, September 22-24.
CLICK HERE to learn more about our San Manuel Pow Wow Field Trip on Saturday, September 16.
Doors open at 6:30 pm (both Zoom and Online) for a social time before the presentation. Visitors are always welcome!
Presented by Brian Spears
MY MOTTO IS “YOU NEED EYES TO THINK AND A MIND TO SEE”
I have been taking photos all my life and have gone all over the seven continents. It wasn’t till I went to Brooks Institute of Photography that I really developed a love for photojournalism and learned the craft from some brilliant minds. I then returned to my hometown and continued my photography at CSUSB, learning the classical style of art and becoming the head photographer for the school newspaper. After I left CSUSB, I continued as a contributor to the paper. I was then privileged to travel and see more of the world, including my favorite location, Antarctica, where I was challenged in how I photograph and see the natural world through a camera.
Today I continue to pursue my love of photography and press myself on concepts and projects I can learn from in an Anthropological way. In doing so, I have been showing my work worldwide, been featured in numerous magazines including National Geographic and Digital Photographer. Right now I am a freelance photographer for local papers and publications.
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