Monthly Archives: December 2010

Pics From the Holiday Party Meeting

Thanks to all who came out on Friday night. The food and drinks were great! The push-pin print show was fun and it was so nice to see folks gathering around the display, admiring and discussing the prints throughout the evening. The overall winners for competition points in 2010 were announced as well – congratulations to winners:

Class AA

  1. Mike Hayes
  2. Bill Gehres
  3. Doris Bowling

Class A

  1. Diane Gehres
  2. Diana Aichner
  3. Fang Shen

While on the subject I also want to recognize Victoria Drum for having the single highest scoring image of the year (32) during our Emulate the Masters competition.

The next scheduled meeting will take place on January 21st at 7:00 pm. It’s the first competition night of the new year and the subject is dominant color. New members who want to find out the details of how our photo competition works can check out the information here.

Don’t forget to work on entries for the President’s Challenge in February that will take place in addition to our regularly scheduled competition (travel). Details can be found about halfway down on the Competition Info page.

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Holiday Party Meeting Update

It’s getting close to the meeting date! Remember to bring a print to hang. Loose prints are fine – no holes will be put in your prints. If you have an idea about what you will bringing – food, snacks, drinks, etc, please use this link http://tinyurl.com/2czl4u6 to get my email address and send me a quick note. Myself and a few other directors will wait to see if it appears as though we are coming up short on any items and we will fill in the gaps. The club will be providing tableware, cups, ice, etc. If you will be attending the Saturday Video Series you can let me know then if you choose. – Jim

Saturday Video Series

Make plans to join us Saturday, December 10th 10AM-12PM at tRg Studio for the Tampa Bay Camera Club Saturday Video Series. Each month the Saturday Video Series features video, discussion and training. $5 for those needing to join the Tampa Bay Camera Club. FREE for those who are currently enjoying the benefits of membership.