Frozen Lenses

photography club


Levitation: Club Meeting
Apr
13
6:00 pm18:00

Levitation: Club Meeting

We will be learning some basic Photoshop skills to quickly and easily make your own levitation photographs. Bring your camera and a tripod (if you have one).

Circumpolar
Apr
7
4:00 pm16:00

Circumpolar

Frozen Lenses is pleased to announce our statewide juried photography exhibition, Circumpolar. For many, the word “polar” conjures images of a volatile and extreme environment: isolated, wild and dangerous. However, some see these cautionary overtones as an invitation. Regardless of whether people come to escape the busy life of the city, test their grit in the face of the unknown or to simply experience the breathtaking beauty of a land largely untouched, one thing is for certain: the lure of the north is unrelenting, beckoning to adventure-seekers and lone wolves, alike. Frozen Lenses would like to see what it is that calls to you. Show us your vision of life, circumpolar.

Jeff Schultz: Juror Talk
Apr
6
6:00 pm18:00

Jeff Schultz: Juror Talk

Juror Talk with Jeff Schultz for Cicumplar: a statewide juried photographic exhibition.

Join us in welcoming award winning juror, Jeff Schultz, for the statewide juried photographic exhibition, Circumpolar. Bring your favorite dish and meet us at 5:30pm before the talk outside of Schaible auditorium for food and laughs with Schultz.

Jeff Schultz is an internationally recognized, award winning photographer specializing in Alaska’s landscapes, wildlife and people. Jeff has been the official photographer of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race since 1982. He founded Alaska’s largest stock photo agency, Alaska Stock Images, in 1990. Schultz offers photo workshops and tours throughout Alaska.

To learn more about Jeff, please visit his website at: http://www.schultzphoto.com/

"Portraits" Photo Contest Opens
Apr
1
12:00 am00:00

"Portraits" Photo Contest Opens

April's theme is portraits! How you shoot portraits is entirely up to you (If you shoot nudes, make sure they meet Facebook's requirements before you post). All interpretations are welcome.

The contest will run for the entire month. There will be one theme for that month. Your job is to shoot something (or many things!) that fits in that theme. The themes are purposefully broad- we want to see your unique interpretation. Photos should be uploaded to our Facebook page. You can enter as many as you like using whatever process you like: digital, film, phones, alt process, manipulated... it's all allowed. Only pictures taken during the month the contest is running, please. Our Facebook followers will vote for their favorites (as many as they wish) by simply "liking" the photos. The photo with the most likes at the end of the month is a winner and will be awarded with a pretty awesome prize at our end-of-the-semester banquet in April.

Movie Night: Portraits
Mar
30
6:00 pm18:00

Movie Night: Portraits

We will be showing a video on portrait-shooting essentials! This is a great skill for any photographer to have in their bag. This will be a good segue into April's photo contest theme.  Pizza and soda will be provided.

Peter MacKeith Memorial Photography Exhibition: Ascension
Mar
3
5:00 pm17:00

Peter MacKeith Memorial Photography Exhibition: Ascension

The 2017 Peter MacKeith Memorial Photography Exhibition: Ascension is a way for college photographers and adventurers at UAF to share their passion of the outdoors and the wild adventures they discover within it. The theme is adventure which encompasses everything from landscapes to wildlife to sky-diving selfies and everything in between!

"Wildlife" Photo Contest Opens
Mar
1
12:00 am00:00

"Wildlife" Photo Contest Opens

March's photo contest theme is "Wildlife." This could be anything from traditional wildlife photos or pet photos or another interpretation altogether. Be creative and have fun!

Some reminders/guidelines:

The contest will run for the entire month. There will be one theme for that month. Your job is to shoot something (or many things!) that fits in that theme. The themes are purposefully broad- we want to see your unique interpretation. Photos should be uploaded to our Facebook page. You can enter as many as you like using whatever process you like: digital, film, phones, alt process, manipulated... it's all allowed. Only enter photos taken during the month that the theme is running, please. Our Facebook followers will vote for their favorites (as many as they wish) by simply "liking" the photos. The photo with the most likes at the end of the month is a winner and will be awarded with a pretty awesome prize at our end-of-the-semester banquet in April.

Seth Adams: Juror Talk
Feb
23
6:00 pm18:00

Seth Adams: Juror Talk

Juror Talk with Seth Adams for the Peter MacKeith Memorial Photography Exhibition

Join us in welcoming juror, Seth Adams, for the Peter MacKeith Memorial Exhibition. Bring your favorite dish and meet us at 5:30pm before the talk outside of Schaible auditorium for food and laughs with Adams.

"I often take photos with my ski poles still strapped to my wrists. Sometimes my climbing photos come out blurry because I can't stop my hands from shaking at the top of a pitch. I choose cameras based on which ones I can use wiht numb fingers.

I love it out there. Even when it's miserable, it's beautiful.

Outdoor sports have always been my first passion. Photography has grown as a way to share my trips after I return to the real world. I hate having to say the photos don't do it justice - the immensity of Alaska's landscapes fascinate me. I want to tell the story of the joy I find in the vast wilderness; I want to show the harshness, the austerity, and the beauty of the Alaskan landscape"
- Seth Adams

Sparklers: Club Meeting
Feb
16
6:00 pm18:00

Sparklers: Club Meeting

This will be a hands-on meeting where we get to go outside and try shooting pictures using sparklers (or other light painting if you would prefer). Sparklers will be provided. Dress warm!

Aurora Night
Feb
10
Feb 11

Aurora Night

Come join Frozen Lenses for a night of photographing the Aurora!

We will be meeting on campus at 8:30 and then driving out to the Two Rivers community center where we will meet aurora photographer, Jan DeNapoli and spend the night shooting the northern lights and night sky. Jan will be there to help with any questions you may have! We welcome and encourage all skill levels to attend!

We also have a backup night of the 11th which we will use if the weather is too extreme or it's too cloudy.

Movie Night: Light Painting
Feb
2
6:00 pm18:00

Movie Night: Light Painting

We will be screening a movie on how to do light painting during our meeting! This will be a great intro to our February "Art Month" theme: Night. You'll also learn a few tricks to try out at Aurora Night next weekend. Pizza and soda will be provided.

"Night" Photo Contest Opens
Feb
1
12:00 am00:00

"Night" Photo Contest Opens

Art Week 2.0 is here! ... in the form of "Art Month." We listened to your feedback and made some changes to our contest. Here's the skinny:

The contest will run for the entire month. There will be one theme for that month. Your job is to shoot something (or many things!) that fits in that theme. The themes are purposefully broad- we want to see your unique interpretation. Photos should be uploaded to our Facebook page. You can enter as many as you like using whatever process you like: digital, film, phones, alt process, manipulated... it's all allowed. Only enter photos taken during the month the contest is open, please. Our Facebook followers will vote for their favorites (as many as they wish) by simply "liking" the photos. The photo with the most likes at the end of the month is a winner and will be awarded with a pretty awesome prize at our end-of-the-semester banquet in April.

The purpose of this contest is to get you out and shooting. Its easy to let your camera gather dust during the cold and dark winter months, but hopefully some light spirited competition will help us all with that!

February's theme is "Night." (Hint: most of our meetings and speakers address night and low light photography through the month, so if you're stumped for ideas, want to try something new or simply learn how to shoot in these conditions, stop by our meetings!)

Exposed: A Group Exhibition
Jan
30
5:00 pm17:00

Exposed: A Group Exhibition

Join us for our first ever member’s-only exhibition, Exposed!

This exhibition will feature many of the talented photographers apart of our club and showcase their different areas of expertise and interest. We hope you will join us for food and photos at the UAF Art Gallery on Monday, January 30th from 5pm-8pm for our opening reception. The show will hang for the entire month of February.

Macro and Toy Photography: Club Meeting
Jan
26
6:00 pm18:00

Macro and Toy Photography: Club Meeting

Join us for some hands-on experience with macro and toy photography! We are planning on having a variety of macro lenses on hand, but please bring your own if you have one. Even if you don't have your own macro lens, bring your DSLR if it has a removable lens and give free-lensing a try. No camera? Bring your smartphone- we even have a few clip-on macro lenses!

We will be setting up different stations so you can try your hand at macro flower photos, water droplets and possibly some various other things. We will also have toys and various miniatures for all of your photo shenanigan needs.