The slideshow to the right features the 1st-3rd Place Winners and honorable mentions, from our competition held on December 2nd 2019. 

Our next meeting is Monday December 16th at 7 pm in the Foothill Center .  This is our December program presented by Roxanne Bouche Overton and is entitled "Catching my Peripheral Vision".  As Roxanne remarks:

The program talks about that fourth dimension – motion – and how to add it to our photography in creative ways that tell a story of time.  We actually see more in our peripheral vision – it surrounds what our eye is focused on. For me, it’s my peripheral vision that makes me pause to look.  But often, when I look, the magic goes away because my eye focuses automatically. The only way I could see what really caught my eye was to put my camera in motion.

I will tell you about my camera settings and show you how I move the camera in different situations.  I’ll also talk about more traditional long exposure techniques as well. There are so many amazing sights just waiting … waiting …

You will not want to miss the program on December 16th!


For membership information, contact Ray Blinde at 408-531-1776 or



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