Our next regular meeting is Tuesday,
May 13, 7:00pm, at Hidden Cypress. Our guest speaker
will be Bob Sofaly, speaking on "When to Shoot and When
Not: Ethics in Photojournalism" The
competition theme is Street Photography. (Reminder: With the March
competition, mandatory digital
submission became effective, and images should be sent to this address:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Refer to
Competition Guidelines or contact Bob Kampwirth for
May 22: Annual Tri-Club
Competition with the Photography Club of Beaufort and Camera Club
of Hilton Head Island. Click
Online registration for April & May classes is now open.
Click here and then the Event Brite
logo to register from home or at The Studio during open hours if
assistance is needed.
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME: It's easy to
join - simply click
to complete the online
application form, and the fee is charged to your CAM account. A
version is also available - print it, fill it out and bring to a
meeting with your check. The cost is $20 for the first
member and $10 for the second member of the same household.
help sessions are available for members every Thursday, 9:30am -
Noon, in the Studio unless otherwise announced. No
appointment needed. Bring your camera, manual, photos or
whatever relates to your questions.
Carol Abel's "Phantom Ship" won the
Abstract Category in the April competition.
The "Double-Vision II"
project, a joint effort by the All About Art and
Photography Clubs, completed another successful run on March 30. Thanks to the 30 photographers and 30
artists who collaborated to make this another enjoyable
venture for all participants. Photos (above and right) provided by Bill McKinnery.
Meeting and Event
Competition Themes for 2014
Bulletin Board Postings
Library of PCSCHH Forms & Documents
Has your e-mail address changed? If the Club doesn't have your
current address, you'll miss out on e-mail updates, the President's
messages and other timely notices. Send an e-mail to
Tom Lehrer to update your information.
Photography Club Intramural Exhibit Committee is pleased to announce
that the new exhibit, "Worth
A Thousand Words" is now hanging in The Studio. We have
installed Forty-Six (46) beautifully matted & framed and/or gallery
wrapped works of art. Please stop by The Studio during Open Studio Time
and bring a friend or two. Also, take a few minutes to read the
autobiographies in the "Who's Who in The
We are Friends, Helping Friends
Photos by Dick Snell