ANNOUNCEMENTS

SEATS AVAILABLE
5/25, 1-3pm, Photographing Songbirds
6/3, 10 & 17, 9 to Noon Fundamentals 200

HELP YOU HELP YOU

To enhance your Club experience, whether you want to improve your photographic skills through classes, field trips, competition or user groups, we want to know about your needs and interests. Please complete our survey by May 25. 

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MAY MEETING RECORDING

John Tunney presented "Finding the Shot - 'The Art & Craft of Better Seeing".

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JUNE 4 PHOTO SALE

10 am to Noon

On the first Saturday of each month, many of the crafts clubs display their work to sell in the Craft Center quadrangle. PCSC is going to try it to see how it works out. We know that many of our members want to sell their photographs and this is an excellent way to do so.

 

We will setting up tables outside the Studio to sell photographs. Members are invited to bring their work starting at 9:30 am that they would like to sell. The Studio will also be open for the public who want to look at and possibly purchase pictures that are on the wall. We will assess how well this goes, what equipment (bins, display cases, etc.) that we may need for future sales, and interest by both our photographers and the public.

 

Members can bring photographs framed or matted against a backing board, or note cards. Photographs need to be identified to the photographer with a price. All transactions will be handled by our Treasurer, Everett Denning and sales tax will be taken out of the price requested by the photographer.

 

Both Everett and Jim Smith plan to be there. We can use a couple of other volunteers to help out with this as well. Please let either Everett or Jim Smith know if you want to volunteer to be there during the sale of photographs.

DONATED NIKON EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE

PCSC has received donations of used  camera equipment which is available on a “first come” basis. Please contact Tom Mills, (843) 705-5141 or email (millstom73@gmail.com) soon as the equipment is accumulating in his garage. If unclaimed, equipment will be offered to Hilton Head High School Art Department and/or SCAD students.

Minolta X7A film camera

Minolta SRT 101 film camera - both cameras are a little dirty but can be cleaned up. Unknown if they work

Soligar 400 mm, f 6.3 telephoto - Minolta mount for all lenses

Vivitar 35 - 200 mm, f 2.9 - 4.5

Vivitar 85 - 205 mm, f 3.8

Kalimar 45 - 135mm, f 3.5

2X and 3X teleconverters

 

Kodak Easy Share digital camera with charging station.

 

Petri FT 1000 film camera - has some corrosion around the battery compartment.

Petri 55mm, 1.8 lens - very clean but with an unknown screw mounting (J Burrack thinks an M mount)

Komura Telemore telelconverter

Albinar 2x teleconverter - very clean

Carenar 35 mm, f2.8 wide angle lens - very clean

Carena auto ii flash

Soft camera case

Nikkormat FTN film camera in apparently good working order and clean inside.  Shows some wear on the outside.  Finding the appropriate battery could be a challenge.

Nikon - 200 mm, f4 lens

Nikon 50 mm, f1.4 lens

Nikkor 43 - 86 mm zoom, f 3.5 lens

Vivitar 24 mm, f2 lens

Vivitar teleconverter 2x - 3

Hard camera case

SWAN LAKE & IRIS GARDENS & 
MAGNOLIA PLANTATION TRIP PHOTOS
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SPRING SEMESTER REGISTRATION
Course Selection Guide link. 
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egistration information link