Below are all walker photos that have been uploaded and entered in the 2013 Photo Walk photo contest.
Meet Time: 04:00pm - 07:00pm
Photo Walk Description
I have had the opportunity to teach amateur and student photographers for the past 30 years. Informally, I have held nature photography clinics for adults at sites such as the Seneca Meadows Preserve, and for children while working for the Cornell Agricultural and Experiment Station, Waterloo School District and Eisenhower College. Since 2006, I have supervised HWS student photographers who are either student workers in the Office of Communications, or those fulfilling requirements for an internship in photography. In this role, I have instructed them both in the techniques of photo editing and archiving, as well as in the art of photography itself.
My work has earned a wide-range of honors and awards, among them first place in the Sports Action category in the November 2011 monthly image competition (MIC) of the University Photographers Association of America (UPAA); the Silver Award in the category of “Photographer of the Year” in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) 2010 Circle of Excellence Awards. In 2012 attending the University Photographers Association of America (UPAA) Symposium in Ohio, 3 of my 6 prints were selected in the annual print competition. First place for Campus Environment with “Sunrise over the Boathouse”, second place for Campus Environment with “Rainbow over Seneca Lake” and third place in personal vision with “Upper Antelope Canyon”.
Our walk will start on the campus of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. We will walk north on South Main Street through the historic row houses and stop at Pultney Park. From there we will head down the hill to the lakefront of beautiful Seneca Lake. Crossing back over routes 5&20 we will end in the business district of downtown Geneva.
Wear comfortable shoes or sneakers and the walk will be conducted rain or shine. We will work, photographing at the pace of the group. If you see something you wish to photograph speak up and share it with the entire group. The project is about exploring new ideas as well as sharing learned knowledge.