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Posted 23 May 2012 - 07:17 AM

Please join us for the NCUPS June 8, 2012 meeting.

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



Doors open: 7:00PM

Premeeting Seminar (7:00PM – 7:45PM): Learn how to Use Meet Up by Susan Brown

NCUPS is moving to Meet Up for event announcements. Come learn what MeetUp is and how to leverage this tool.




FEATURED PRESENTERS (8 PM – 9:15PM):

Steve Rosenberg Presents - Tiger Beach, Flamboyant Cuttlefish from Atmosphere and Snoot shot

Long time club member and underwater professional Steve Rosenberg has just return from the Philippines and will share three presentation with us featuring his most recent work from this year’s past journeys.



Tiger Beach – Dive into the crystal turquoise-blue waters of Tiger Beach and surround your self with lemon and tiger sharks as far as the eye can see. Steve will cover what to expect from a trip to Tiger Beach, the accommodations on the M/V Shear Water and how Jim Abernethy runs the trip.



Cuttlefish from Atmosphere – The assortment of marine life that you can see is Dumaguete is Fabulous! Steve will share his hot of the press images from his recent stay at Atmosphere Resort in the Philippines. He will also share his lessons in getting to the Philippines and over all experience with the resort and quality of diving offered.



Snoot Shot – Steve will give a short talk on his experience with Snoots: Making and using the devices to get unusual images.

About Steve Rosenberg:
Steve has been a professional underwater photographer and photojournalist since 1980, and is an active member of the Society of American Travel Writers SATW. He has produced eight travel guides for dive destinations and has written hundreds articles for various U.S. 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. His diving experience in the Galapagos Islands spans the past ten years.


Break (9:15PM – 9:30PM)

Minicomp (9:30PM – 9:45PM): Clean Background
Elements of the image that are not the main subject should not distract the viewer in any way.

Clean-up (9:45PM – 10PM)

No-host Cocktails immediately following the meeting at:

The Sixteen Mile House

448 Broadway Ave.

Millbrae, CA.