All meetings of DPS for the 2019/2020 season have been canceled. This includes all classes, field trips and events. HOWEVER, the April projected image competition and the End-of-Year PI competition will be held realtime via Zoom web meetings. Please see details on the home page.

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Technology Q&A (7:00 PM EDT)
In an effort to provide more services to our members and to help navigate all the new technology we have deployed for DPS over the last year, I am going to offer a "Technology Q&A" session every week on Tuesdays 7pm to 8pm. This will be a very informal online video conference / web meeting. We will be using Zoom meetings that allow video conferencing, screen sharing and chat conversation, and of course audio conversations either using computer audio or telephone. We will also be using the same technology for the two remaining projected image competitions (April, and POY). The format of the Technology Q&A sessions will be very simple:  I will be in this Zoom session, and if you have a question (or are just curious), just join the web meeting. If you're not sure how to enter images into a competition, or look up results, or how to use the discussion forums, or have any other "technology" questions, you can ask and I will (try to) answer them and show you how to do this.  The first time you try to connect, you may be asked to download the Zoom client, which may also require a reboot in some cases.  Here are the details for the Zoom meeting: Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/805969465 Meeting ID: 805 969 465 (it should normally not ask for this as it is included in the link above, but just in case) One tap mobile (on a mobile device, you would only need to tap on this to get connected) +16465588656,,805969465# US (New York) +13126266799,,805969465# US (Chicago) Dial by your location (if you want to connect audio via telephone)         +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)         +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)         +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)         +1 253 215 8782 US         +1 301 715 8592 US         +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) Meeting ID: 805 969 465 Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/acyNXQbEqS Join by Skype for Business https://zoom.us/skype/805969465
Education Night - Rad Drew Webinar (7:00 PM EDT)
Join Delaware Photographic Society for a Club webinar with Photographer, Rad A. Drew. Many of you met Rad last October when he presented at a DPS meeting on Mobile Photography. Now he’s back using technology to do a Webinar for the group! This webinar is being offered to DPS for free since DPS was the first to respond to Rad's offer of a free webinar. Although Rad has conducted many webinars with participants around the world, this event will mark the first time he has conducted a webinar that is presented exclusively for a club meeting. Thank you for being pioneers in this venture!  Note: This event was planed before the current global pandemic and was originally going to be presented via webinar at a DPS club meeting. Due to the need for social distancing, we are taking advantage of webinar technology and allowing each DPS member to participate from the comfort and safety of home. Topic Using Topaz Labs Tools! Reduce Noise, Sharpen, Enlarge Small Files, and Stylize Images with Textures and Painterly Effects Rad will share his workflow for using Topaz Studio 2 to create works of art, and demonstrate tools such as Gigapixel AI for enlarging small files, DeNoise AI for eliminating noise, and Mask AI for quickly creating tricky masks, all using state of the art artificial intelligence and machine learning technology. What Each DPS Member Needs to Do Each member will need to register for the upcoming webinar which is hosted by the LOGMein corporation and the software, GoToTraining. Once registered, you’ll receive an email notice on how to login to the webinar from your  computer. You’ll get email notices two days before, and one hour before, reminding you about the webinar.  All who are registered will receive a link to the recorded webinar that may be viewed for at least 30 days after the event. You will receive this link even if you aren’t able to attend the live webinar (so long as you are registered). To register for the webinar, click this link a
Projected Image Competition (7:00 PM EDT)
The competition will be held via online Zoom Meeting. Assigned Subject: Cooking (Show the process of preparing food with heat) You can join the web meeting by clicking on this link:  April PI Competition
Print Competition - CANCELED (7:00 PM EDT)
Assigned Subject: Cooking (Show the process of preparing food with heat) We may have a guest lecturer (online) in this time slot instead, details to be announced. Stay tuned!
Photo Show (7:00 PM EDT)
Online Zoom Meeting


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