Michele Borgarelli of Blacksburg will present on the topic of landscape photography at the July meeting of the Radford Photo Club.
The meeting is July 21 at 6 p.m. at the Radford Public Library. It will be followed by an outing to a nearby park to practice landscape photography.
Borgarelli’s photography journey started when he received an Agfamatic 100 for his 10th birthday.
“Since that time, I have been fascinated by photography and have been using Minolta, Polaroid, Rolleiflex, and Pentax cameras,” Borgarelli said. “After a few years of hiatus, I returned to photography a few years ago, and I was amazed by the possibilities provided by digital photography. I have spent the last few years of my life photographing the world around me and trying to improve myself by reading, listening, attending workshops, and submitting my work for critique from other photographers.”
He said that his photography interest is mainly focused on landscape, travel, street, and black and white photography.
“I try to see my images in camera, but I do some pos- processing to most of my images because I like to see the same image from different perspectives.”
The Radford Photo Club is made up of professional and amateur photographers from throughout the New River Valley. Meetings, events, and outings are open to the public. Learn more about the club by searching for “Radford Photo Club” on Facebook.