Come join us to kick off the new Peoria Camera Club season on 9/6 at the United Methodist Church on Perry Ave
Meeting Event Details
Topics we will cover are:
- New social media changes including an overview of the new club website!
- A presentation on Jim Burnham’s new photography book based on the website lelandreport.com that he runs with his Dad, Keith Burnham. He will discuss the origins and the process he went through to self-publish their first book.
Whether you are an hobby, amateur or pro photographer, we always welcome visitors to our meetings, so if you want to come by and check us out, please do!
This is event is open to PCC and Kodaroamers members only. Get more information on joining here.
Our Fall photo shoot will provide you with an opportunity to photograph models with studio and continuous lighting set ups. We’ll provide the set ups, models, and a variety of props. The workshop is open to Peoria Camera Club and KodaRoamers Club members only. The workshop is free but to help cover model and refreshment expenses we are asking for a maximum donation of $10 per person. Recommended equipment is a camera with memory cards or film, camera instruction manual, normal to short telephoto lens, a tripod, and shutter cable release.Refreshments will be provided in the morning and many restaurants are nearby for lunch. We’ll be setting up on Friday, Nov 4, starting at 1:00pm, so feel free to stop by and help. If you have any questions contact Carl Close at (309) 339-6112 or e-mail email@example.com
The workshop is from 9 am to 4 pm – First United Methodist Church- 116 NE Perry Ave, (Corner of Main and Perry) Peoria. Room 215. Use the church entrance facing Perry. Parking is in the lot on Perry across the street from the church. Park in the area designated as church parking.
PhotoChatter for August, 2016
Once again the Peoria Camera Club will be hosting the 2016 National Insect Salon, a Photographic Society of America-sanctioned Nature competition. This year the judging has been moved forward by about 6 weeks to August 27, 2016. Images must be submitted no later than August 20, 2016.
Go to the Insect Salon page for more detailed information.
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.