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Photographic Art Club Monthly Meetup

  • Feb 28, 2012 · 5:30 PM
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Members can bring upload two picture for each assignment to be critiqued by our judges. This is a great way to learn how judges look at your images and how you should start to look at them to objectivelly see if the image is ready or needs additional work. You can also bring your monthly best image to share. These are not critiqued or judged. We have monthly photo trip(s) which offer you the chance to get out and photograph a number of subjects. Often, the trips are in support of the monthly photo assignment. Photo Club meeting, we have presentations and demo's that will expand your knowledge. We try to have a balance of artistic and technical subjects to keep it interesting. Finally, we have a social period where we network and discuss things of interest. We have mentors to help you understand the club and find your way around.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I very much enjoyed the presentation on street photography and was happy to learn about a great local photo framing shop. However, I felt that the meeting was too long. I'd also like to have a break about half-way through the meeting to allow a chance to chat with others, stretch and use the facilities.

    February 29, 2012

  • Don F.

    Excellent presentation by Chris. He really is an artist. Always enjoy Homer's lessons, too. One problem - far too many people are gone before the end of the meetings. The first hour is repetitive and could be shortened to 30 minutes, still allowing newcomers to feel welcome and coverage of club activities. Another big time saver would be to limit photo reviews to those prints actually mounted and brought to the meeting and maybe just a few of the on-line submissions (those that would allow the judges to make teaching points, both pro and con). Remember, anyone interested has already seen these images on-line. That saves another 30 minutes. Those adjustment would allow for the return of one 10 minute break, in part to mix with the newcomers. I enjoy the meetings. They always have good content, but the length, as evidenced by the early departures, is something that I'd recommend be corrected. I could assist with this if you'd like. Thanks!

    February 29, 2012

  • Karen W.

    Thank you so much for inviting me to share about the advantages of custom framing your photography! Look forward to helping with your next framing project - Karen from Karen's Detail Custom Frames - Your Design Partner in Quality Art and Framing - Where Custom Does Not Mean Expensive!

    February 29, 2012

  • Frank R.

    We had good presentations and good member participation.

    February 29, 2012

  • Frank R.

    I would like to do a test of a live broadcast of Tuesdays Photo Club meeting. I need three people that can not make the meeting to send me their e-mail addresses to [masked] and I'll send you an invite on Tuesday evening around 5:30 PM. You should be able to hear me and see the presentation on your computer. This will all depend on how well the internet connection is at the Wind and Sea.

    February 26, 2012

  • Frank R.

    Katrin, go to the PAC Web site Go across the command line at the top of the page till you see MORE. Click on it then FILES. Scroll down to the second page looking for 101 PAC Quick Reference Guide. It contains all the info needed to upload images for an event.

    February 23, 2012

  • Frank R.

    Karen from Karen's Custom Frames is going to be giving a presentation on framing your art work. If you have a piece she has framed for you, bring it to share and show her work.

    February 22, 2012

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Our Sponsors

  • Wind & Sea Restaurant

    They provide us with a great place to hold our monthly Photo Club mtgs.

  • Angles Computer Repair

    Someone that can fix our computer problems. Call Angle at 949-290-9068.

  • Karen's Detailed Custom Frames

    * Hold classes there. * Sponsor us. * Discounts on mats & frames.

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