November 2016 Program

Adventure Photography

We were all disappointed when our September presenter became ill and had to cancel. But the good news is, Jason is looking forward to coming to our November meeting, and will share his awesome images, and tell us how he was able to capture some of them.

Jason Weingart, an Austin freelance photograher, specializes in landscape photography, including severe weather (tornadoes, lightning, etc) and night time photography (Milky Way). You will be amazed at his dramatic images.

You won’t want to miss our next meeting on Thursday, November 17th at 7:00 pmJason Weingart, an Austin freelance photographer specializing in landscape photography including severe weather (tornadoes, lightning, etc) and night time photography (Milky Way), will share his dramatic images and tell you about them, and how YOU might get the same results. 


7:00 – 7:25  Welcome, Member Share, and Announcements. Discuss Officer Elections – we are looking for someone to consider the role of President for 2017 – please let me know if you would consider this “opportunity” or let me know if you would like to know more about what is involved. 

7:30 – 8:20   Adventure Photography with Jason Weingart

8:25 – 9:00  Critiques: Holidays

About Our Program: Adventure Photography with Jason Weingart

Jason Weingart is a freelance photographer from Austin, Texas. He specializes in photographing nature including, severe weather, bluebonnets and the night sky.Jason_Weingart_Collage

Jason graduated from the Southeast Center for Photographic Studies in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in photography. His photographic and timelapse work has been featured by educational and media outlets across the globe including National Geographic, AP, ABC World News, Good Morning America, NBC Nightly News, and many more.

Jason is the co-author of The Anatomy of Severe Weather. The comprehensive visual guide to understanding severe thunderstorms hit the shelves in January 2016. He also recently led a lightning research project for the BBC series Wild Weather with Richard Hammond.

Jason hosts photographic workshops and adventures. Whether you would like to shoot fields of wildflowers, chase violent storms, photograph the night sky, explore ghost towns, or simply improve your shooting or editing, there is a workshop to fit your needs.

Critiques: Holidays

You may send 2 images to share in the Critique portion of the meeting. Please re-size your files to 2000 pixels on the long side, and name them FirstName_LastName_1.jpg, etc. Email them to by Tuesday, November 15th.

You may ask for a critique, or simply “show and tell.”


  • If you have a Facebook account, you may join our club’s Closed Group page and keep up with current member news as well as postings of Calls for Entry that you may wish to enter, or share other important or interesting information with our group. Go to HCPC Members. You must be a paid member to post and use this account. It is the easiest and best way to keep current on photo opps and member news. Carolyn Whiteside is the administrator of this page – thank you Carolyn!
  • You may also send a write-up of Accomplishments and Awards information that you would like to share on our website by submitting your information in a concise manner, and email to Art Arizpe at