Grand Rapids Camera Club

May 19, 2021 Zoom Program with Betsy Wilson

"Still Life-Beyond Fruit Bowls and Flowers"


May 19, 2021 at 07:15 PM


"Still Life - Beyond Fruit Bowls and Flowers". Betsy Wilson will explore the world of still life photography through her unique perspective. A combination of traditional still life subjects, nature's fascinating still subjects, and a few whimsical and unusual creations, Betsy's still lifes provide studies in composition and lighting. Unlike landscape or street photography, the photographer is in complete control of subject matter, composition, shape, color, depth of field, lighting and presentation. The true skill lies in the ability to take something mundane and everyday out of its normal habitat and transform it into something of beauty by using our skills as photographers.

The program will be presented online via Zoom.

Join Zoom Meeting on May 19, 2021 at 7:15 p.m.

NOTE: Prior to the pandemic moving club meetings online, we asked guests for a $5 donation to attend our meetings. Though we do not require this for you to attend our Zoom meetings, if you are not a club member GRCC would appreciate any donation you might be willing to make to help us cover our increased programming expenses. If you feel so inclined you can make a donation to the club from our JOIN/DONATE/FAQS page. Thank you!

Betsy Wilson Biography


Betsy began learning photography after retiring from a career as a newspaper publisher. Her husband Jim gave her his hand-me-down camera and a lot of encouragement, and she has never looked back. Her passion for photography includes a wide variety of types including macro, landscape and nature photography. In addition to being honored as Photographer of the Year Award at the Chester County Camera Club, she has received numerous recognitions for her artistic photography including a Silver Medal awarded at the Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography, and First Place Award in Photography at the Philadelphia Flower Show. Betsy is an active member of the Chester County Camera Club, and has given numerous presentations and led workshops for area camera clubs.