The slideshow to the right features the 1st-3rd Place Winners and honorable mentions, from our October competition.
The Villages Camera Club has its next meeting on Monday, November 19th, at 7:00pm, in the FOOTHILL CENTER (note change of location). The program will feature the talented Alison Brooks who was here for the Club's Year End Competition and gave us such a highly entertaining and informative program, that we have asked her back to help the members get off to a great year of Competition. Alison will be defining the points of "what makes a great photograph" and how our members can apply the Rules of Competition to their photography.
If you have a photograph or two for Alison to critique please send it as an email attachment to Peter Nicholls (at firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday November 16th. If your image is in printed format then just bring it to the meeting. Please keep to a maximum of 2 images per person. Members should also bring a copy of the current N4C Rules and Definitions for reference and taking notes. N4C Rules and Definitions can be found on the Camera Club website. Alison would like to have as much audience participation as possible, so be prepared to talk about your photograph... such as, composition, story line, proper Category for entering into the N4C Competitions and how your entry aligns with the Rules for the specific Category.
Get ready to have a fun evening exploring photography!
For membership information, contact Ray Blinde at 408-531-1776 or email@example.com
Our club is a member of the Northern California Council of Camera Clubs (N4C) and The Photographic Society of America (PSA). For details of our activities and competitions see the Calendar of Events (under activities) from the main menu.
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