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NCUPS Meeting, September 11, 2009


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#1 kathymm

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Posted 26 August 2009 - 05:46 AM

Doors open: 7:00 p.m.
Pre-Meeting starts: 7:15 p.m.
Meeting starts: 8:00 p.m.

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

FEATURED PRESENTERS: Ethan Daniels

Ethan Daniels is a photojournalist currently based in Berkeley, California. Annual travels take him all over the planet; from the cold, rich waters of the northern Atlantic and the eastern Pacific, to the diverse Coral Triangle, Andaman Sea, and Caribbean. Having spent his youth on the shores of New England, Ethan became fascinated with the bizarre marine life that thrives in the sea. He studied biology at Bucknell University and completed his graduate work at the University of Guam Marine Laboratory in 1999, focusing on the behavioral ecology of reef fishes. Ethan spent most of a decade living in Micronesia, studying and photographing the region's unique marine habitats, flora, and fauna. Favoring parts of the world that are off-the-beaten-track, he currently combines his passions for natural history and photography to guide, teach, and create unique award-winning images. Field Editor at Scuba Diver Australasia, Ethan's latest work can be found at http://www.oceanstockimages.com.

Ethan's presentation will feature images from his upcoming book, Underwater Cape Cod, as well as from recent trips to view the 2009 total solar eclipse in French Polynesia (where it will be again next year), Raja Ampat (where he works for two months every year), and the waters off Cape Town, South Africa.

Premeeting Seminar: So you have 10 terabytes of digital images...what are you going to do with them now? Learn how to create beautiful professional quality calendars and note cards. By Kathy Mendes

Minicomp: Sand Creatures

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.

Hope we see you there!

Kathy Mendes
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Posted 11 September 2009 - 07:33 AM

Doors open: 7:00 p.m.
Pre-Meeting starts: 7:15 p.m.
Meeting starts: 8:00 p.m.

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

FEATURED PRESENTERS: Ethan Daniels

Ethan Daniels is a photojournalist currently based in Berkeley, California. Annual travels take him all over the planet; from the cold, rich waters of the northern Atlantic and the eastern Pacific, to the diverse Coral Triangle, Andaman Sea, and Caribbean. Having spent his youth on the shores of New England, Ethan became fascinated with the bizarre marine life that thrives in the sea. He studied biology at Bucknell University and completed his graduate work at the University of Guam Marine Laboratory in 1999, focusing on the behavioral ecology of reef fishes. Ethan spent most of a decade living in Micronesia, studying and photographing the region's unique marine habitats, flora, and fauna. Favoring parts of the world that are off-the-beaten-track, he currently combines his passions for natural history and photography to guide, teach, and create unique award-winning images. Field Editor at Scuba Diver Australasia, Ethan's latest work can be found at http://www.oceanstockimages.com.

Ethan's presentation will feature images from his upcoming book, Underwater Cape Cod, as well as from recent trips to view the 2009 total solar eclipse in French Polynesia (where it will be again next year), Raja Ampat (where he works for two months every year), and the waters off Cape Town, South Africa.

Premeeting Seminar: So you have 10 terabytes of digital images...what are you going to do with them now? Learn how to create beautiful professional quality calendars and note cards. By Kathy Mendes

Minicomp: Sand Creatures

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.

Hope we see you there!

Kathy Mendes


Hope to see you all there tonight!