Once again, here’s a quick summary of our November meeting for members and friends who couldn’t make it to the meeting.
Club Treasurer, Brian Hogan, reported that we’re in good shape financially, with nearly all the annual dues paid for active members, and roughly $500 in the bank.
The PSA Journal’s recent issue included their selections for the 2012-13 images of the year, featuring one from our very own Bob Venezia!
Bob mentioned the possibility of hosting an exhibition of photos locally for public consumption. More information to come soon!
We judged our November photo club contest, which was centered on the theme “Harvest”. Check out the Competition Winners page for details.
Don Munsil took us on another short journey through his eclectic collection of 3D treasures, including his newest acquisition, “Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell” by Brian May (Amazon.com $42.56). He showed some new iterations of the classic Viewmaster viewers, and attempted to sell, then give away, some “Color Code” viewers, but there were no takers… at any price. He had a little better luck when he auctioned off some CD’s of “Golden Age” stereographs.
Some club members shared their recent work with the group. Bob Venezia showed the movie he’s working on showing time lapse images of carnival rides and David Brown showed some images he’d made using his cell phone.
Don shared some movie excerpts from “Monsters University”, and a delightful 3D short called “Blue Umbrella,” both from Disney. We also watched an informative and slightly unsettling 3D film made for Imax theaters called “Space Junk 3D” as well as series of Underwood and Underwood still photos of Ireland c.1905.