The slideshow to the right features the 1st-3rd Place Winners and honorable mentions, from our competition held on March 2nd 2020.
Although we have no in-person meetings at this time, we DO HAVE a competition that is now open. This is the April competition - it will be judged remotely and all comments and results will be posted to the website. The categories are: Pictorial, Monochrome, Travel and Journalism. Our April judge is Ouliana Panova -- click on the "Competition Entry" tab to find information about her. Please submit your images in the usual way. The competition closes at 2pm on Sunday April 5th and will be judged shortly after that.
Reminder: All meetings of the Camera Club in March, April and the beginning of May are cancelled. We will decide later about our May 18th program and the June 1st banquet.
The Villages Camera Club Board encourages members to join the Photographic Society of America (PSA) organization. PSA is a worldwide organization for photographers of all levels from the casual shutterbug to the professional photographer. Members have access to a wide variety of services and activities: a monthly journal; online photo galleries; image evaluation; study groups; courses; competitions; an annual conference; opportunities for recognition of photographic achievement and service; and discounts on photography-related products and services. For more information, visit www.psa-photo.org. Several members of our club are active in PSA and our own Mary Miller was recently recognized for 15 years as a member and contributor to PSA!!
For membership information, contact Ray Blinde at 408-531-1776 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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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