You are invited to the October 19 Meeting of the San Diego Photo Club featuring a discussion about social media with Mark Handy.
Mark Handy is an award-winning landscape photographer from San Diego. He was previously represented by Peerless Fine Art in La Jolla.
Mark captures his work with a Phase One digital medium format camera. Though Mark captures images with a Phase One, he remains agnostic when it comes to gear. It will always be about the best tool for the job. Given the sizes at which he prints, the Phase One remains the best tool for him today.
Prior to Mark’s photography career, he worked as a producer at America Online and as a business journalist at The San Francisco Chronicle and TheStreet.com, where he covered Wall Street as an investigative reporter and columnist. He also co-authored a New York Times Business best seller, which he co-wrote when he was at TheStreet.com.
You can see his work at: http://markhandyphotography.com.
Mark Handy Images
Intermission and MemberShare – Immediately Following
After the main presentation, we will have a brief intermission where you can pay your Photo Club Membership in person and purchase tickets for our sponsors raffle.
MemberShare will occur after the intermission.
Please note: Send 5 images via Dropbox to Steve Ross. You no longer need to resize your images. Instructions are here and they cover the details of getting the images to us.
The most important changes are that with the growth of the club and increase in meeting attendance, we must take the steps of limiting each member to 5 images and we will no longer be displaying non-member images in MemberShare.
As always, our club meetings are open to the general public. Please invite your friends to join us for an informative and great evening! Find more information here: Meeting Location and Details.
Don’t forget, with your 2017 Membership you will receive one raffle ticket each month for free! You can purchase additional tickets for $1.00.
Members are welcome to display their work in our meeting room. If you have a framed print and an easel, bring it in and set it up at 6:30 PM for everyone to see!