The theme for our monthly photo quest in April 2020 was “In the Kitchen” and here is the gallery of our member’s submissions.
Our April 2020 meeting will be different. It’s the first online meeting of our club using Zoom video conferencing. Due to the technical restrictions, our online meetings can not be open to the general public and are limited to our members, only (you can join the Photo Section, of course!). More information about our online meetings is here: Online Meetings.
While we will invite outside presenters again in the future, the first online presentation is coming from Photo Section chair Alexander S. Kunz, who will present story and images from his various visits to Algodones Dunes.
All good parties begin and end in the kitchen. Why shouldn’t photography happen there too? We’re sure that you’ll have no problem submitting a photo for our April 2020 Photo Quest, with the theme: “In The Kitchen”.
Here is the gallery of submissions for our March 2020 Photo Quest “Macro & Close-Up”. Thanks to everyone who took part!
On Thursday evening, the sound of a giant needle scratching over a giant record reverberated throughout California: a general “stay at home” order has been issued – and it’s the right thing to do to help slow down the spread of the novel corona virus. We need to be realistic and face this new, changed …
Spring in Southern California, with its blooms of wildflowers, bushes and shrubs alike, with morning dew on fresh growth and if we’re lucky a bit of rain as well, is a great time to make macro & close-up photos. And if the weather is really too bad to be outside, you can explore the details of everyday objects inside your house – or whatever you want to inspect up close with the camera for our March 2020 photo quest:
Macro & Close-Up
Our photo quest theme for February 2020 was “To The Sky” and in the gallery below you can see the many different ways how our members have interpreted the topic.
To do our part in helping to limit any potential spread of the new coronavirus, we have decided to cancel our March meeting. Thanks for your understanding!
We are happy and excited to announce that Stephen Bay, whom you may remember fondly from his excellent presentation in 2018, will teach a workshop for us. After our series of Lightroom workshops with Alexander S. Kunz, many of you have asked for the next step – going into Photoshop. Stephen has crafted a workshop that will precisely address this request. Due to the current restrictions on public gatherings, we have switched this into an online workshop (“webinar”). Continue reading if you’re interested.