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  Photographing children and pets is always challenging. Try carrying a whistle or other attention getting device to stop (or slow) the action.  
  When taking photographs of groups try to get everyone as close together as possible.  
 


Make a backup copy of your images onto a separate drive or storage media from time to time. Especially backup images that are on your camera. A local photography shop can provide a "backup to CD" service when you are traveling or you can email important images to yourself.

 
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New - Now offering images from The Gatineau Valley Historical Image Bank

The Gatineau Valley Historical Society has created a digital image bank of photographs documenting the history of the Gatineau Valley. Reprints are available for personal use.

Obtaining Copies From The Image Bank

Copies of photographic images in the custody of the Historical Society Archives will be provided as high quality digital prints from the Image Bank (restored from the original photographs).

Price List for pictures from the Image Bank

Prints on photo quality paper of any size up to 10 inches on the longest side are $10 per image. These images can be ordered by e-mail, Canada Post, telephone or a visit to the GVHS office.

Some images may be available for larger display purposes, please enquire.

Orders can be placed by email to: images@gvhs.ca

Gatineau Valley Historical Society, Box/C.P. 1803, Chelsea, QC J9B 1A1 - 819 827-6224


Photo Clubs in the Ottawa Area

Camera Club of Ottawa
"Now Look Your Prettiest / For The Amateur Photographers Are After You" (Ottawa Evening Journal, Dec 11, 1894.) - Popular photography was still in its infancy when a group of enthusiasts formed the Camera Club of Ottawa in 1894. The organizers set as their objective "...to study and promote the art of photography in all its branches". Although it was a primitive art form at the time, club members soon gained competence and recognition in international salon competition. Today, we maintain that objective.

Canadian Geographic Photo Club
Canada's Photography Community.

Club Polarisé - Club de Photographie Polarisé de l'Outaouais
le seul club de photographie francophone de l'Outaouais.

Orleans Photo Club
Club Photo Orléans Photo Club - Ottawa - Ontario - Canada. For photography enthusiasts.

Kingston Photographic Club
The members of the "KPC" meet twice-monthly to share and discuss ideas, and to learn more about their mutual interest in photography. It doesn't matter whether you take your pictures with a "Box-Brownie" or one of the latest hi-tech multi-megapixel marvels - film or digital, colour or black and white. Our members are experienced in many different aspects of photography - nature, pictorial, abstract, night and studio, printing, display - and most of the techniques of film and digital processing.

Lanark County Camera Club
Providing a supportive and informative environment for fellow photography buffs of all skill levels. Our club's goals are to promote photography as an art form; to provide an opportunity for photographers to meet and exchange ideas and information; to encourage members to develop photographic skills; and to exhibit and publicize the work of members.

RA Photo Club (Ottawa)
The largest and best equipped photography club in the National Capital Region, with over 270 members. Club activities include presentations by guest speakers, indoor and outdoor photography shoots, showing our prints and slides, photo competitions, knowledge exchange, special workshops for beginners to advanced, and more. Members have access to film and digital audio-visual capabilities, a complete darkroom, digital lab, photo studio, print gallery, and a lending library with the latest photography magazines.

Professional Organizations

CAPIC - Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communications
CAPIC is the collective voice and advocate for professional photographers, illustrators and digital artists in Canada.

Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC)
Professional Photographers of Canada, a diversified group of creative artists dedicated to the highest standards in professional imaging. PPOC promotes excellence in Professional Imaging across Canada.

 
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