Join us on June 19 at 6:30 for a photo walk at the Conestoga House and Gardens (1608 Marietta Avenue). We will also be taking head shots of each other during this time. Here is a chance to enjoy an evening at the gardens and get a new head shot for your website of Facebook page.
For information about the Conestoga House, see their website here:
not too early to get ready for December 2nd!
That’s when we’ll have our year-end banquet… and when we will show off
our 2019 Scavenger Hunt images!
a chance to be creative and have some fun.
These may be images you capture in your travels, or images
you “set up” on location or in a studio. Here
are the details:
- Between now and our banquet in December, make pictures
for the subjects below. Then choose your
best six picture for each of six different subjects on the list.
- Your images must have been taken during 2019.
- Make 4” x 6” prints of your six pictures.
You may also have them printed as a collage.
- Mount your prints on a 16” x 20” board – any color. Use a good stiff board that will stand
up well when on display.
(See the note below.)
- Label the six images with the subjects chosen. Don’t title them otherwise.
- Print your name on the rear of the poster board.
- Bring your completed project to the year-end banquet.
- You must be a Lancaster Camera Club member to enter.
- Each person attending the dinner—both members and
guests—will be able to vote for what they feel is the best set of Scavenger
- Awards will be presented to those whose pictures
receive the most votes.
The night of the party, if available, bring an easel to display your picture
4. Three colors
5. Ice cream cone
10. Lancaster County
Lancaster Camera Club (LCC) is again organizing a bus trip to the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City (NYC) on Friday, October 26, 2018.
Even though we are traveling to and from NYC as a group, you will be free to do whatever you want to do for the entire day! The bus will leave Lancaster Shopping Center, AC Moore/Oregon Pike side at 6:30 AM and take you to the PhotoPlus Expo at the Jacob Javits Convention Center (655 W. 34th St.). For the return trip to Lancaster there will be two pickup points: behind the Winter Garden Theater (7th Avenue & 51st St.) at 6:15 p.m. and at the Javits Center at 6:30 p.m.
The cost of the bus trip for Lancaster Camera Club members is $45 per person and $50 per person for nonmembers.
Click here for more information and to sign up. 2018 Bus Trip
It’s time for the Lancaster Camera Club’s Annual Model Shoot, quite
the opportunity to work with models in a rich and varied setting, trying
new things and sharpening your skills. All this for free!
Location: White Chimneys, 5117 Lincoln Hwy., Gap, PA 17527
Time: Monday, August 6, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
PHOTOGRAPHERS: You must be a current member of Lancaster Camera Club to participate. Please arrive at White Chimneys by 6:30 p.m.!
You will be required to provide digital copies of your images BEFORE LEAVING the event. You are encouraged, then, to edit your photos and provide your edited images to the club in a timely manner. Otherwise, the club will do the editing. Make these arrangements with the event leaders!
THE CLUB will ensure that the best images from all the photographers are provided to each model. This is their compensation for participating!
WHITE CHIMNEYS is a delightful venue for the event:
White Chimneys is an 18th century Pennsylvania manor house that began as a one room stone house. Over the centuries, the mansion has evolved through colonial and Federal time periods with many additions from successive generations.
White Chimneys loves to host your photo ops and events, especially weddings! From ceremonies in the Pergola Garden, to cocktail hours in the outdoor tent, to receptions in the refurbished tobacco barn, White Chimneys is the perfect setting for your unforgettable day. The Homestead is now ready for you to experience the wonders and simplicity of early American life. — adapted from http://whitechimneys.com/
Come one, come all to Centralia Pennsylvania!
Centralia is a borough and near-ghost town in Columbia County, Pennsylvania, United States. Its population has dwindled from more than 1,000 residents in 1980 to 63 by 1990, to only seven in 2013—a result of the coal mine fire which has been burning beneath the borough since 1962.
Centralia, which is part of the Bloomsburg–Berwick metropolitan area, is the least-populated municipality in Pennsylvania. It is completely surrounded by Conyngham Township. All real estate in the borough was claimed under eminent domain in 1992 and therein condemned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Centralia’s ZIP code was discontinued by the Postal Service in 2002. State and local officials reached an agreement with the seven remaining residents on October 29, 2013, allowing them to live out their lives there, after which the rights to their houses will be taken through eminent domain.
Places of interest include…
Centralia’s graffiti highway, Pioneer Tunnel Coal Mine, Centralia, and Abandoned Highway PA-61.
Bring your camera gear, water and snacks, $ and your sense of adventure as we explore these interesting areas.
The date of this field trip is Saturday June 30, 2018. It may take about two hours to drive so plan on meeting at the Park City Mall Boscov’s parking lot at 8 am. (The parking area is closest to the Long’s Park tunnel entrance.)
I drive a silver Hyundai Elantra and I will have room for 3. Please email me if you have any questions or you would like to ride up with me (firstname.lastname@example.org). You may call my cell at 717-330-8325.
Don’t miss out!
Tom Debiec, who is the invited speaker for the LCC’s next meeting this Wednesday, June 13th at 7:00pm, writes:
“Toy cameras are simple, inexpensive film cameras. Unlike the latest digital cameras that feature almost unlimited control to the photographer, the simplicity and design of toy cameras cause distortion, vignetting and light leaks. These defects are embraced by the users of these cameras who are able to use them to their creative advantage.
“For the past seven years, I have been using toy cameras almost exclusively. In this presentation, I will explore the capabilities of these cameras and expose you to the work of the photographers that love them.
“Several of my photographs are featured in the Expanded Visions show currently taking place at the Ware Center in downtown Lancaster. My series, “The Kruger Deception” was featured in the Lancaster Lens show at the Lancaster Museum of Art and at the Infrantree Gallery. My photos have also been featured nationally and internationally.”
Be there or be square (as Charles would say!)
Lancaster Camera Club will be hosting an open competition on Wednesday, 21 September 2011, themed “Lancaster County Farming”. The competition is open to the public, so non-members are encouraged to enter their images for a nominal fee and to come check out the club. Competition is a great experience.
More details are on the competition page. We hope to see you there.
Lancaster Camera Club is chartering some buses to NYC for PhotoPlus Expo on Friday, 28 October 2011. More information is here on the trip registration fom. Also, remember to register for the expo.
If you’re here looking to pay for your bus trip, here is the PayPal button for non-members to pay:
Online registration is closed.
Through May 15th the Baltimore Museum of Art is offering an outstanding exhibit of the last fifty years of photographic art from their permanent collection. Quoting from their website:
“More than 200 provocative and compelling images showcase photography’s extraordinary development since 1960 in this gripping exhibition of moving and at times frank subjects. Seeing Now offers a striking snapshot of the world around us as seen through the eyes of more than 60 photographers—including Diane Arbus, William Eggleston, Gary Winogrand, and Cindy Sherman.
“Through single photographs, works in series, film, and video, the exhibition reveals the astonishing breadth and depth of the BMA’s outstanding photography collection and presents many recent acquisitions being shown at the museum for the first time. Explore sub-cultures and expressions of the human form; natural and man-made environments; ephemeral performances and artistic projects; and the role of light and time in photography.”
While there I recommend taking the opportunity to dine at Gertrude’s, their outstanding on-site restaurant (where reservations are always a good idea.)
Sam Beitzel will be showing his photography on First Friday, April 1. (No, this is NOT an April Fool’s joke.) The show, “Shore Impressions” will be at Gallery Annex 24, 1 April through May 27 in downtown Lancaster, PA. Be there or be square.