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Re: SPC photowalk interest check
From: Brad Judy <win-hied () BRADJUDY COM>
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2013 09:09:32 -0600

This is a quick reminder for those who are coming to SPC and enjoy
photography.  Join me for a morning photo-walk around the area and a
breakfast table of photography chat.  If you're interested, let me know.  If
you want to take up my offer on trying a vintage camera that inspires modern
retro-photography, be sure to let me know so I can bring the appropriate
gear and film.  

 

Thanks,

 

Brad Judy

 

From: The EDUCAUSE Security Constituent Group Listserv
[mailto:SECURITY () LISTSERV EDUCAUSE EDU] On Behalf Of Brad Judy
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2013 11:36 AM
To: SECURITY () LISTSERV EDUCAUSE EDU
Subject: [SECURITY] SPC photowalk interest check

 

Many months ago I talked with a member of the SPC committee about the idea
of leading a photowalk during the SPC event for any attendees who are also
photography geeks like myself.  I missed the boat for getting something into
the official agenda, but wanted to check interest in doing one anyway.
Below is a brief description and if you are interested, please reply to me
directly (remember this list defaults to reply-to-list).

 

Description: A walk around the surrounding St Louis sites (Arch, river,
stadium, etc.) for those who enjoy photography and what to share that
enjoyment with other InfoSec/Photo geeks.  I will scout the area the prior
morning to try and identify opportune locations within a short walk and be
back for the main breakfast.  Those who want can gather at the same table at
breakfast to share images and discuss.  Hopefully we can get some nice
pictures of things like the Arch at sunrise.  

Date and time: Wed, April 17th 6am (same time as the Fun Run)

Location: Start in the hotel lobby and walk a yet to be determined loop in
the nearby area 

Requirements: Not much here - bring your own camera of any type (hardcore,
casual, camera phones, digital, analog, etc.) and a willingness to share
your enjoyment of the art and practice.  It's a walk, so bring appropriate
attire and comfortable shoes.  

 

For the hardcore, you're welcome to join the scouting run (same time the day
before), but it's a scout so the pace will be faster with an interest in
checking out multiple locations and less time for taking pictures.  It's
also an adventure - maybe we'll spot something great that doesn't happen on
the main walk, but maybe we'll get chased out of an accidental trespass.  

 

A special opportunity for the Instagram enthusiasts: if you're a lover of
the modern take on classic square format analog photography and are
interested in shooting with a classic medium format analog camera, let me
know and I can bring one (or more) along.  Note that these are manual
everything - focus, aperture, shutter speed, no light meter, etc. so some
pre-walk training might be needed.  

 

Please send me a direct reply if you are interested.

 

Thanks,

 

Brad Judy

 

Director of UIS Security

University Information Systems

University of Colorado 
1800 Grant Street, Suite 300
Denver, CO  80203

Office: (303) 860-4293

Fax: (303) 860-4302

 

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