TPHS MeetingNewsJan2014 PDF
The Photographic Historical
January 10, 2014
Meeting Announcement and
by Sharon Bloemendaal
January 2014 Meeting
Meet Thursday, January 16 at
Barnes and Noble Booksellers, Pittsford Plaza, 3349 Monroe Ave., at 7:30 p.m.
Photographic Analysis for the Kennedy Assassination Report
Davidhazy will speak on a connection to the Kennedy
assassination report. Part of the talk, he notes, is “a video of a
lecture/presentation by [fellow] RIT Professor Leslie Stroebel on work that he and I did for the House Select Committee on assassinations. Specifically the part that considered the veracity of the Lee Harvey Oswald photographs with him
holding a rifle.
“Both Dr. Stroebel and Dr. Francis (who was the
person who headed the work but who actually did none of it) have passed on so I
am the only remaining member of the team that did that work.
“I would be happy to discuss what we did after
showing of the video of the lecture that Dr. Stroebel presented to some of RIT
students and which I luckily videotaped.”
UPCOMING TPHS MEETINGS
February 20, 2014
Mike Champlin and Brian Steblen will speak about and show their documentary of the North Organ, recently installed in George Eastman House. This organ can be played independently–or the South Organ can utilize its pipes as well. They showed their film at the grand opening of the installation and recorded additional film to finish the documentary.
March 20, 2014
Tom Hope, photographer extraordinaire, will tell us more about his life in photography.
April 17, 2014
James Reilly , head of the Image Permanence Institute at Rochester Institute of Technology, will be our speaker.
The Photographic Historical
|Meeting Announcement and
News by Sharon Bloemendaal
November 2013 Meeting
Thursday, November 21 at Barnes and Noble Booksellers, Pittsford Plaza, 3349 Monroe Ave
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Identify Your Old Photo (the process, not the people)
Alice Carver-Kubik will speak on historic photographic processes. She is a photographic research scientist at the Image Permanence Institute, RIT. She specializes in photographic materials, identification and preservation. She is a graduate of the Photographic Preservation and Collections Management program at Ryerson University, coordinating with George Eastman House.
Bring a vintage photo to the meeting; she can identify the process for you. For an additional resource check out www.graphicsatlas.org
TPHS MeetingNews Sept 2013 PDF
||The Photographic Historical Society
|SEPTEMBER 8, 2013
||MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT AND NEWS by Sharon Bloemendaal
|IMMEDIATE RELEASE! Restored Film to be Shown On Monday, Sept. 9, TPHS members are invited to the screening of “The Closet Murders: Resurrected,” a 27-minute movie shot on Super 8 film in Montreal in 1969. It was restored and edited by the team at Preserving The Past, and TPHS member Taylor Whitney. The Falcon Films Production by Susan Patrick will be be among several screened as part of the Rochester Movie Maker’s Shmoovies Film Festival from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Cinema Theatre at 957 S. Clinton. The cost is $10.
||Next meeting: Thursday, September 19, 2013
at: Barnes & Noble time: 7:30 p.m. 3344 Monroe Ave. Pittsford PlazaGuest Speaker: Mike Champlin
TOPIC: Kodak 16mm Kodacolor circa 1928
Mike Champlin will speak on Kodacolor, the 1928 additive 16mm film process-not the color film of the 1950s. He will discuss its history and show a short video called “The Kodacolor Party” which he produced
|We are also invited to a 5 p.m. red carpet pre-screening party at Rooney’s Restaurant at 90 Henrietta St. (off Goodman just east of Clinton). The appetizers are hosted; there will be a cash bar. Please rsvp to email@example.com For information see http://www.preservethepast.com/n ews/1377538439.html and Rochestermoviemakers.org/events/s hmoovies.
||for the 75th anniversary of the process. It is a newsreel about how Eastman debuted the process. Mike will also project some Kodacolor film so people can see what it actually looked like. He will conclude by discussing the challenges of bringing the process into the 21st century and show some work done at DeBergerac to transfer Kodacolor to HD. Mike is producer for DeBergerac Productions, based in Fairport, NY. debergeracproductions.com
TPHS Meeting News July PDF
Join TPHS members for our annual picnic on Saturday Aug. 3 from 1–4 p.m. (eat at 2 p.m.)
Dick and Joan Haviland have graciously agreed to host the picnic in their historic mill and charming back yard right next to the waterfall!
Bring a dish to pass. The Havilands will provide iced tea, lemonade, hamburgers/hot dogs, buns and condiments and homemade ice cream.
The address is 17 1/2 Ontario St. in Honeoye Falls. Please park on the street unless handicapped access is needed. Please RSVP to the Bloemendaal’s at 585–288–6359 or firstname.lastname@example.org
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT AND NEWS
by Sharon Bloemendaal
The pdf is also available here.
Next meeting: Thursday, March 21, 2013
at: Barnes & Noble time: 7:30 p.m.
3344 Monroe Ave. – Pittsford Plaza – find on Facebook
Jim McGarvey will speak on “The DSLR: Born and Raised in Rochester.”
Jim joined Eastman Kodak Company as an electronics and software engineer in 1980. He designed the first DSLR digital cameras while in Kodak’s Federal Systems Division, beginning in 1987, and then led the development of the Kodak professional DCS digital cameras from 1990 through 2004. He holds eleven US patents on digital camera technology. McGarvey is now with D3 Engineering, LLC. He received his BS in computer science from Taylor University in 1980.
If you cannot attend the meeting check out http://eocamera.jemcgarvey.com