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Would you be interested in a Holiday party?

Hi Everyone! I am thinking of setting up a holiday party in December that would include a photo scavenger hunt. (I would post a set of words and each person would submit their best interpretation of the word during an allotted time period.) At the party we would vote for the best in each category, best photo overall, and best "I don't get it". Winners in each category would get a prize. Entry would be approx. $20. If you are interested, please vote in this poll so I can determine what size of venue to book. Please contact me if you have any questions or suggestions. Thanks! ~Jenn

Sep 17, 2007 9 so far

Fire and Lights shoot at the beach?

I have contacts with traditional fire spinners and modern spinners who use electronic lights and glowsticks in a similar fashion. After a very successful unplanned shoot at Golden Gardens of a girl spinning fire poi, I thought others in the group might be interested. The time to meet would be in the early evening and likely the best time to shoot would probably be at dusk when the timed exposures will show some color in the sky but dark enough to bring out the magic of the lights. We could get ambitious and combine this with a BBQ beforehand.

Jul 3, 2007 7 so far

What is your interest in photographing butterflies at the PSC Live Tropical Butterfly Exhibit?

Pacific Science Center Tropical Butterfly House: Enjoy year-round sunshine in the Tropical Butterfly House! Temperatures are in the low 80s, humidity is 60 to 70 percent, and full-spectrum lighting keeps the plants and butterflies healthy. Photograph beautiful free-flying butterflies as they fly, sun themselves, and feed among tropical flowers. See a brand-new butterfly emerge in the chrysalis viewing window. New butterflies are released into the exhibit each morning. The cost of admission would be $10.

Dec 11, 2006 2 so far

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