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Schedule Chanages – March and April, 2017

February 19th, 2017|Comments Off on Schedule Chanages – March and April, 2017

In our February meeting, we discussed some necessary schedule changes. Please make a note of the following:
 
1) Our March meeting will start at 12:30 pm and run till 3:30 pm. There’s an event in the Senior Center facility and it’s unlikely to be cleared out in time, so we’re pushing back just half an hour.
2) Our April meeting will be on the THIRD Saturday this time, rather than the second Saturday. The new date for our club meeting (April only) is April 15th at the regular time.
 
 

Club Business

Kids on Beach - Summer Photo Contest

PSSCC Photo Contest

Every month we host a friendly 3D photo competition based around a theme. Bring your photos on a Flash drive and share!

chuck wagon

Food Sign Up

Club members can now sign up online to bring food to our monthly potluck. Check it out… and bring your favorite!

Recent Blog Posts

Schedule Chanages – March and April, 2017

February 19th, 2017|Comments Off on Schedule Chanages – March and April, 2017

In our February meeting, we discussed some necessary schedule changes. Please make a note of […]

2016-2017 Season Begins September 10

September 5th, 2016|Comments Off on 2016-2017 Season Begins September 10

Our 2016-2017 meeting schedule begins on Saturday, September 10. Our first photo contest theme will […]

Photo Blogs, VR and Free Tools

April 17th, 2016|Comments Off on Photo Blogs, VR and Free Tools

In the last few months of meetings and announcements some websites and tools have been […]

January Meeting Wrap-Up

February 7th, 2016|Comments Off on January Meeting Wrap-Up

Before we get to the January wrap-up, remember that our February club meeting is on […]

 

How To Articles

The Hostas, by Bob Venezia

The Hostas

Bob Venezia shares tips and tricks he used to get to his fascinating studies of hostas.

 

Museum Macros

Museum Macros

David Brown shows how to take free-hand “cha-cha” photos of close up objects with a cellphone.

 

Horizontal Perspective

Stuart Turley shows us how to use StereoPhotoMaker to fix horizontal perspective.