|Sent on:||Friday, March 16, 2012 9:30 AM|
Just a few brief updates and reminders as we head into the holiday weekend.
The Photo of the Month contest is in full swing and you have until March 31 to enter. Information on the contest is here and the link to enter and upload your entries is here. The winners will be announced in the May FCCP Newsletter. The winner of the challenge receives a free custom enlargement of their choice (up to 16x24, approximate value $69). The two honorable mentioned receive their choice of a $25 Gift Card from either iTunes or Starbucks. The winners of the February POM will be announced in the April FCCP Newsletter.
We have two Bootcamps/workshops this weekend and they both have limited openings. The Beginning Digital Photography Bootcamp has 5 openings as well as the Beginning Adobe Photoshop Elements workshop. Information on Saturday's Workshop is here and information on Sunday's Bootcamp is here. Please helpp support the Center and join a workshop or bootcamp today!
FCCP is having a three day sale on our Bootcamps and Workshops. Purchase both a Beginning Digital Photography Bootcamp and a Learn Adobe Photo Editing Workshop for just $149. This is a savings of over $130. You can purchase one for yourself and give as many as you want as gifts. You may also purchase one part of the package and gift the other part. Here are the links to make your purchases via credit card.
To purchase with cash, check or offline credit card, contact the Center at [address removed] or call[masked]-2912. The vouchers do not expire.
The Digital Photography Bootcamps are offered three times every month except December and are held on a Saturday, Sunday and weekday. The Adobe Photo Editing Workshop voucher can be used for one workshop on either Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Elements. Each topic is offered once a month, except in December. You can find additional information and dates on Bootcamps here and Workshops here.
The PhotoWalk to the Avian Reconditioning Center has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 31. There are still slots available for this unique photo opportunity to photograph owls, hawks, eagles, falcons and many other birds of prey in a natural setting. This is a unique photo opp that is only offered to large groups. You can learn more about the PhotoWalk here.
Our Sunday Night at the Movies film series continues this Sunday at the Tampa Bay Computer Society at 7 PM. The title is Paul Strand Under the Dark Cloth. Paul Strand was a very influential photographer of the first half of the 20th century. He had a large impact on both Alfred Steiglietz and Ansel Adams. He is considered by many historians as one of the top five US photographers of the 20th Century. The film is 81 minutes and their is a brief intermission about half way through the DVD. Snacks and soft drinks are provided and you're welcome to bring your own snacks and/or share. You can RSVP here.
Thanks for reading and I look forward to seeing you on a PhotoWalk or in a workshop soon!