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NCUPS Meeting January 9, 2009 at 8:00 p.m.


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#1 kathymm

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Posted 30 December 2008 - 07:41 AM

Doors open: 7:00 p.m.
Premeeting seminar: No premeeting seminar.
Meeting starts: 8:00 p.m.

Meetings are held in Millbrae, California. For directions and more information on NCUPS visit our website at http://www.ncups.org.

FEATURED PRESENTER: Steve Rosenberg and Rob Walsh
Steve and Rob will be presenting a show on Beqa Lagoon Resort in Fiji and will answer general questions on photo techniques they use. Steve and Rob are working on several projects, including a coffee table book for Wakatobi. They will also be updating us on their upcoming Wakatobi trip.

Biography:
Steve has been a professional underwater photographer and photojournalist since 1980. He has produced nine travel guides for dive destinations, co-authored books on shooting underwater video and photography, and has written hundreds of articles for various U.S. and international publications. Thousands of his images have appeared in books, magazines and posters, as well as on stamps, advertising and artwork worldwide. He has also won more than 250 awards for his photography in international competitions. Steve has led dive trips throughout the world. He is a long-time member and past-president of NCUPS. More information about Steve and a sampling of his work is available on the featured photographer page of the NCUPS website, http://www.ncups.org.

Rob Walsh is an award winning underwater photographer. Shooting since 1995, his scuba diving experience covers 20 years and began while performing an independent study in hyperbaric physiology at CanDive in Vancouver, B.C. Canada. Most recently he has begun writing for European publications including Sport Diver UK. In 2009 Rob will be busy as a contibuting photographer for promotional projects for resorts and dive operations including Wakatobi in Indonesia.

Minicomp: Rays of light in the water (god rays, light beams, etc...).

Hope we see you there!

BTW...If you are interested in presenting at an NCUPS meeting, let us know. We are always looking for presenters for membership meetings, please email to: info@ncups.org. Thank you!

Kathy Mendes
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