Dave Kramer led an introduction to Lightroom with a great set of resources that will benefit everyone whether they attended the meeting or not. Here are his slides and links, so check out the videos and articles. Lightroom.pdf
Wednesday, November 6th, 7 p.m. Please submit your pictures by November 3rd!
Location: Wolfe Auditorium at Brethren Village
Sharing our photos in a non-competitive way. You may send up to 5 of your favorite photos … plus 5 more images taken at club events this year (a photo walk, the model shoot, NYC trip, etc.).
Send your slideshow images to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, November 3rd! Send medium to large .jpg files, and please include your name as you want it to appear with your pictures.
Directions to Wolfe Auditorium of Brethren Village
see a map: http://www.lancastercameraclub.org/images/bv_village_map.pdf
Entering BV from Rte 501: Turn in the “main entrance” of Brethren Village at the signal light on RTE 501 across from the Knight and Day Diner. That’s Fieldcrest Drive. Proceed on Fieldcrest Drive to the stop sign at Fairview Drive. Turn Right onto Fairview Drive. Go “straight” on Fairview Drive until you reach the Visitor Center. Park near the Visitor Center and enter there to get to Wolfe Auditorium.
Entering BV from Airport Rd: Going east from Rte 501 on Airport Road… Turn right in to Brethren Village at Fairview Drive. Go “straight” on Fairview Drive until you reach the Visitor Center. Park near the Visitor Center and enter there to get to Wolfe Auditorium.
Come one, come all, for good food and photo conversation!
It’s a good time to enjoy relaxing and getting to know one another.
Saturday, July 21st at 4 p.m. — eating at 5 p.m.
Manheim Township Community Park — Kiwanis II Pavilion
(Formerly Neffsville Park – 209 Petersburg Road, Lancaster, PA, 17601)
Bring a dish to share that will serve 12 people or so.
Utensils, plates, napkins, and drinks with ice will be provided by the club.
Please RSVP to email@example.com to say that you are coming
AND what dish you would like to bring.
If that item is already cared for, Phyllis will let you know
so we can try to have a good variety.
Bring one photo on the theme, “Red, White, and Blue” (8×10 or 8×12)**
and any current photo projects that you’d like to show the group
such as a photo book or greeting cards.
Club members are welcome to bring family or a guest.
** We’ll have a friendly vote-for-your-favorite competition with these photos. Do not frame or mat the print. Don’t write anything on the back. The focus will be on good subjects and composition… and having fun!
Plan to join in! Here are a few more important details:
- Board member, Phyllis Wimer, is in charge of the picnic. If you can come early to help set up, please let Phyllis know.
- Parkingis available next to pavilion.
- The pavilion includes a full kitchen with refrigerator.
- Rest rooms with flush toilets across from pavilion.
- Alcohol is not allowed in the park.
Join us in collecting photos all year and bring them to the holiday banquet at the end of the year.
Choose any 6 of this year’s themes:
- Found alphabet
- Still life
- Odd numbers
- Nuts and bolts
All the details can be found here: 2018 Scavenger Hunt
The photo scavenger hunt is still going for 2017. The images will be due at the Christmas party in December. Remember to bring the clues with you to our outings and field trips, so you can keep working on it.
The photo scavenger hunt is still going for 2016. The images will be due at the Christmas party in December. Remember to bring the clues with you to our outings and field trips, so you can keep working on it.
The annual model shoot will take place at Binn’s Park in downtown Lancaster, PA at 6:30pm on August 1, 2016.
As always, photographers get the chance to work with some models, and the models get some great images. Models are expected to sign the general model release provided by the club. Photographers are expected to provide copies of memory cards by the end of the night to be expertly culled, color-corrected, and provided to models in exchange for their time.
We’ll have photographers and models of all levels, so invite friends and family out to be photographed, and let’s have a fun night learning from each other! For discussion, questions, and easy invitations, please visit the event page on Facebook.
Prince Street Parking Garage offers a convenient place to park (and maybe shoot).
* Photographers who can deliver their own retouched images are still required to provide files at the end of the night, but can make arrangements ahead of time with John Flinchbaugh to send replacement images in a timely manner.
Dear Lancaster Camera Club Members & Friends,
I painfully regret to inform you that at noon today we have lost Dr. Charles Heisterkamp III. This loss will be felt by both our club and our community for a long time to come. I would like to thank all of you who were able to attend our annual club picnic at his home just a few weeks ago. It meant the world to him to be able to share all that he had with all of us. For those of you who didn’t know Doc, he was one of our former President and a Board Member. His illness made it impossible to continue his duties as President and he resigned in Jan. of this year. He remained an active Board Member right until the very end. It was a privilege to work with him, he enjoyed working with all of us.
The family is planning a memorial service for him on Sunday Oct. 7th, and he will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery. More information on this event may be included in his obituary and I will certainly pass along more details when they become available. I ask that you please keep his family in your prayers at this difficult time. Condolences may be sent to Diane and The Heisterkamp Family at 1949 Pine Drive, Lancaster, PA 17601. Doc was surrounded by his family and he was not in pain which is all any of us could ever ask for. I look forward to seeing all of you soon, God Bless.
— Heather Shugars, LCC President.
It’s time to renew your memberships.
Here’s the PayPal link to pay your yearly dues: