Inviting all members to join the WGNC September show & tell virtual event.
This virtual show & tell format, is to encourage all members to share their finished work, ideas, issues and yes, even those shop disasters.
As we have noted before, we are an inclusive club with members at all levels of turning experience. WGNC exists to serve these various levels of experience and the show & tell virtual events are proving to be a great way to do this.
So, come join us for another show & tell virtual event September 17th. You are guaranteed to enjoy an evening with your fellow woodturners. In case you missed it, the last Show & Tell from August 20 can be viewed here.
The format will be the same, where we ask members to submit photos of their successes as well as challenges, photos of work-in-process, closeup shots of problem areas on pieces, etc.
We encourage you to have your piece(s) with you during the Zoom session, so you can hold them up and further discuss them or ask advice of other members.
Nothing to share this month, please join us anyway and take part in the discussion or just sit back and enjoy the show and tell.
Members who are submitting photos to be included in the show & tell event are reminded that there is a limit of two pieces per member. Please submit your photos before midnight Wednesday, September 16th to be included in the show & tell event. Members can email their photos using the instructions noted below.
We will open the Zoom meeting Thursday at about 6:45 and begin the show and tell at 7 pm.
We look forward to seeing all of you Thursday 9/17 at 7:00 PM!
Connection and participation instructions:
From a computer, just click here to join.
From a smart-phone or tablet:
Download the Zoom app from your app store. Once loaded, clicking the link above should launch the app and open the meeting. If that's not handy, simply enter meeting ID number 882 9284 0907
To participate in the show & tell:
• Include 2 shots of each piece (front/back top/bottom, since we can't hold it up.
• Include your name, wood species, largest dimension, and a 2-3 word description.
To help keep this manageable...
• One message per item, so no more than 2 photos attached in each email.
• No more than TWO items per person please.
• Use reasonable photo sizes: We don't need 6M files, so resolution between 500k-1M is fine.
• Use a booth/backdrop if you have one, but it's OK to shoot in your shop.
• Find good lighting, preferably from 2 sources. Don't rely on camera flash.
• Find a solid-color wall in your house; avoid any patterned background.
• It's OK to hold the piece in hand if you have no table/stand.
• Crop your photos fairly close to the object alone, regardless of shape.