Greg McMillan

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Photo of Greg by Bert Reket

I sparked an interest in photography at an early age and continue to learn what I can whenever I can.

As a self taught photographer, I rely on the endless resources available on the internet as well as the wealth of knowledge that can be gained from my peers. I joined the Owen Sound Camera Club in January, 2005. I spent the 2006-07 season as President, and built them a website that has not only marked their place in the World Wide Web, but helped the club grow to nearly twice the size it was prior to joining. I began my second tenure as President in September of 2012 and love how the club has grown over the years to upwards of fifty members.

I have aspirations to publish a book of my photography, and with the resources available to us today, and some time, it could become a reality.

As a life long resident of Owen Sound and the surrounding area, I enjoy NASCAR racing, listening to technology podcasts, and of course, photography. To capture my vision of the world as I see it, I rely on a Canon camera and lenses, a Manfrotto tripod, and more recently my iPhone and the many apps available that can turn an everyday photos into a creative works of art.

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7 thoughts on “Greg McMillan

  1. THELMA SCHROEDER

    HI GREG. VERY NICE PHOTOS ON YOUR SITE. THANKS FOR INCLUDING THE INFO. ON HOW OLD THE CAMERA CLUB IS IN OWEN SOUND. THAT’S QUITE A HISTORY, FOR ANY CLUB.

    KEEP ON “SHOOTING”

    THELMA SCHROEDER

  2. Lynn Reket

    Looking great, Greg! Glad you got the “shutterbug” again. I found my “Holga” setting on the new camera. Thanks for the tip.

  3. Jim Reid

    Anyone can photoshop a pic to make it look better. Take that away and you end up with true photography. Try that at your next meeting. I never touch my prints.

    1. bcreket

      @Jim Reid; You’re quite correct, Photoshop can certainly make a photo better. That being said, post processing for film can do so for a negative too. Every image is processed one way or another – even the chip in a digital camera when it records the image is doing so. Ultimately, the best results, whatever the process or camera settings happen to be, are what satisfied you as the photographer.

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