When: December 19, 2017 at 6:00 PM
Where: First United Methodist Church – Wesley Hall (On Lower Level)
What to Bring: A dish to pass – please select from a casserole, fruit/vegetable or a dessert. The club will provide the meat, drinks and place settings.
Please click on the below link to google docs which will open an excel spreadsheet, you just need to put your name, how many are attending (yourself included) and what you are bringing then close it – the information will be saved automatically.
Sign-Up Sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19eDOv5_djLfSOlsO1Bje8lFn4iNzd8TC-2ZlNZKj4P8/edit?usp=sharing
Speaker: Natalie Jackson O’Neal
Peoria Camera Club and Peoria Public Library will host a Photographic Print Exhibition on November 3 – 28, 2017. “Peoria Camera Club’s Best” exhibition is an opportunity for individual PCC members to display some of your best photographic work, and promote the amazing talent we have in our club.
As of 9/27, the number of Entries so far are light, so you can enter up to 5 framed images instead of 3.
These are the key dates you need to know.
- Titles Deadline – Sept 30 (titles of your prints due)
- Turn-in – Oct. 17 (prints framed and ready to hang)
- Hang Prints – Nov. 2
- Reception – Nov. 4
- Place – Peoria Public Library
Click here for the full article with more details on this member opportunity.
Click here for the labels to use on the back: Public Library Exhibition
The Peoria Camera Club is hosting their picnic opening the 2017-18 season!
Join us for an evening of socializing with other photographers.
Glen Oak Park Pavilion near the Glen Oak Zoo entrance.
This event is open to current and prospective members!
Bring your own main entree, drink and table setting and a side dish to share.
This year, I decided to approach presidents special a little different – since our annual meeting fell the day after the NCAA Men’s Final and on Election Day, I decided to host a bracket where members got to pick the topic.
Our President’s Special Final Four was:
After Round 1 – Macro/Close-Up & Long Exposure came out victorious.
In the end – the winner and this year’s president special is: Macro/Close-Up
Why did I add the Arthropod/Plant restriction?
I wanted the club members to step out outside the box and get creative. If you google “Macro Photography” you will notice almost all of the images are of insects/spiders and flowers.
I also noticed this trend on Flickr – the trend continued on the largest Macro group. https://www.flickr.com/groups/49503086607@N01/
I then found a Flickr group which had restriction and I really like the diversity of images compared to the traditional macro groups – so I decided to add the same restrictions to president’s special. https://www.flickr.com/groups/macro_noflower_noinsect/
Here are just a few website I found that provide useful information:
Happy Shooting and good luck!
We had a very successful season with some new faces and a lot of great images. You can read about the latest in this version of the Photochatter newsletter.