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Photo sharing and critique meeting with Gary Moss.



Photo sharing and critique meeting with with
Gary Moss as our judge  and critic.

Guests are always welcome at our meetings.

Come have dessert with us before the main event.





6:30 Setup, Refreshments and Social Time.

7:00 Announcements and Reports.

7:10 Begin Photo Sharing and Critiques.

8:00 Break.

8:10 Photo Sharing and Critiques.

9:00 End Formal Meeting, Begin Cleanup.


Photo Sharing:

We are pleased to have Gary Moss  to judge and critique our photos for this meeting.

Paid members may show your digital pictures (up to 7 pictures) to share and have judged.

Guests may show pictures one time before Joining.

See the Photo Sharing Submisssion Guidelines

Put your Best Pictures first as We may only Show Five of Your Pictures if we Have a Large Turnout.


To join bring a check for $35 made out to "Pasadena Photochromers" to a meeting and fill out a short application form.)

Dues cover Jan 1st through Dec 31st, no matter when you join.


Photo Submission:
To submit your photos see the Photo Sharing Submisssion Guidelines
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

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  • Gloria F.

    It is most helpful to know what is best about a picture. As a commercial photographer, our judge did not seem to understand the reality of how and when photos were taken. Constructive comments for a photographer will build on a their basic knowledge and ability, not emphasize what is not relevant.

    June 6, 2013

  • Winn K

    The comments were excellent, productive and very usefull. But, I like it when "what works" is 1st identified in a photo (especially the best ones) and 2nd, how they can be improved. More succinct commments would have helped, then the last 2/3 of the pictures could have had more attention and the last 1/6th were not critiqued at all. Bottom line...I come to see everyone's pictures and I think I learn more from time spent on the best pictures.

    June 6, 2013

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