The Success of any image is derived from the simple fundamentals of photography combined with three key ingredients: impact, energy, and emotion. Join Mike Corrado of Nikon as he takes you on a fun and exciting journey of learning. Mike leverages his 30 years of experience with Nikon to provide you key pro tips and techniques to elevate your photography to the next level. Drawing on a portfolio that encompasses landscapes, portraits, action sports and personal projects in rock and roll, Mike will explain his approach to each of the unique photographic situations he encounters.
Please join us on Tuesday, November 11th 2014 @ 6:30 PM
An exhibit of the work of Jay Bransfield, Craig Colvin, James McDonald and Robert Read is on exhibit at the Peking Duck Restaurant through February 7, 2015. These four fine art photographers are students of Richard Dischler’s Pre-visualizations workshops.
October 10–November 12, 2014 Reception: October 18th 1:00–4:00PM Keeble & Shuchat Gallery
Artist’s Statement: The photographs in this exhibition are a selection from my 25 years of tinkering in this field.
I believe that a good photograph comes about as a result of the relationship between the photographer, the subject and a precise moment in time. The created image may evoke emotions in the viewer, which can be similar or very different to that experienced by the photographer, but always with a personal sense of connection to the representation.
Many photographers can remember the first photo that touched them in some way, as well as the first photo that they made that elicited a similar sense of emotion or wonder in others.
Black and white or color, landscape or abstract, people or wildlife, I hope these photographs will do that for you.
Dateline: 10/3/14, Sonoma Raceway Paddock
The cars are awesome and the night is perfect!
Jeff, Celac, (KSP) and John (Canon) are on site and ready for the crowds tomorrow. We arrived at Sunset to make sure we were prepped and ready for the Canon / KSP workshop event tomorrow. After a warm welcome from the CSRG (Classic Sports Racing Group) race director Tom Franges we proceeded to set up in anticipation of the thirty students and Canon Tech Reps we expect to join us tomorrow. John has brought in 8 cases of Canon’s finest equipment and, with Jim and Dave ready to answer all the participant’s questions, we look forward to great day of phototography and cameraderie.
Stay tuned for the results of the photo contest (with prizes sponsored by Canon and Victory Lane Magazine).
Somewhere in Nepal September 10–October 7, 2014 Reception: September 20 1:00–4:00PM Keeble & Shuchat Gallery
Artist’s Statement: The photographs in Somewhere in Nepal span five visits from 1975 to 1995, totaling well over a year, and draw from over a thousand miles of trekking.
A Palo Alto resident at 6 months of age, Michael Stewart has lived most of his life in the Bay Area. At 9 he discovered a copy of Tiger of the Snows, Tenzing Norgay’s autobiography and accounts of his ascents, including the first ascent of Mt. Everest with Sir Edmund Hilary. A determined traveler as a young adult, Michael had been around the world twice before ever owning a car. He’s been around once again since then. In all he spent about six years traveling mostly in the developing world.
While it was the mountains that drew him to Nepal, it was the people and the rural culture that fascinated him. With the hills largely inaccessible by road the countryside is perfect for toot travel. Off the beaten path it was customary for travelers to stay overnight with local families along the way. This immersion provides a unique window; that of a participant. He feels that his style of photography is best described by Don Hewitt’s four words, “Tell me a story.”
All of the photographs in this exhibit are from 35mm film that have been scanned and printed digitally. Some of the films have survived better than others and it is only through the control available in the digital process that some of the older ones have been restorable.
Stateside, Michael has written high performance real-time imaging software for the medical and broadcast video industries “since time began”. He currently develops highly parallelized image processing and driver software for cameras in Android mobile phones with NVIDIA Corporation.
Destination or Location? August 10 – October 10, 2014 Open House: September 6 1:00–4:00PM Keeble & Shuchat Select Gallery
An Exhibit of Fine Art Photography featuring the Photographs of These 16 Local Photographers:
Golnaz Abodi • Jay Bransfield • Craig Colvin • Bill Courington
Karen Friedmann • Tomas Garza • John Hampton • Paul Italiano
Ken Mahar • Amena Rahman • Robert Read • Rene Sterental
Rusty Sterling • Lisa Tesler • Lori Washington • David Weitz
Artist’s Statement: Photographer Richard Dischler notes in asking those questions that many photographers believe they must travel to some exotic destination in order to capture meaningful photographs.
With those questions in mind, 16 local photographers were given a limited location to capture the images on display in this exhibit.
The photographers participated in one of two events early this summer. The first was a simple walk-about sponsored by Keeble & Shuchat Photography. The second was a Fair Stroll at the San Mateo County Fair sponsored by Keeble & Shuchat Photography and the San Mateo County Fair.
Many of the photographers are part of the Richard Dischler Photo Workshops at Keeble & Shuchat. The six-month and one-year pre-visualization workshops are aimed at guiding photographers to develop their ability to see strong photos before they snap the camera shutter.
The exhibit came about when Photographer Dischler challenged each participant in the recent events to capture six strong images in one hour. The walk-about participants were limited to the length of a local alley. The Fair Stroll participants had the entire fairgrounds to find their images.
The members of this exhibit extend their sincere appreciation to Terry Shuchat and the staff at Keeble & Shuchat for all of their support.