NSA 2022 in Tacoma, Washington, USA
The National Stereoscopic Association annual convention is THE event for all things stereoscopic. It has been held virtually for the last two years but is back IN PERSON for 2022. It’s in Tacoma from August 1 – August 8, 2022. For more information, see the NSA website: 3d-con.com
3D-Con is Virtual and Free
3D-Con, the national convention for the National Stereoscopic Association, is August 12-15, 2021. It’s completely virtual this year again… and it’s free. Learn more and sign up here: 3D-Con.com
PSSCC Meetings are Now Virtual
All our in person meetings have been cancelled due to COVID-19. For information about joining our virtual club meetings on Zoom, write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 2020 Meeting Cancelled
PSSCC Members and Friends,
We have decided that it would be in the best interest of all our club members to cancel our March meeting over concerns about the COVID-19 virus outbreak. I imagine many of our members have been feeling anxious about it. I know I’m getting over a cold (I’m fine!) so I wasn’t planning on attending just out of caution and respect.
Our contest this month was going to be High Angle / Low Angle. If you have images for that contest, then just put them in you back pocket for now. We’ll catch up in April, if it looks like the coast is clear then. Of course, we’ll reassess then whether it’s safe to come out of the house… and linger in groups… in a basement. 🙂
If April’s meeting is cancelled also, we’ll just keep stacking up our contests. April’s contest is macro which is truly one of my favorite favorites! I’ll see if I can find some inspirational videos online and send out some info. If you like photography and you’re STUCK INDOORS… then macro photography is the perfect solution.
April is also our month to select images for the ISCC contest. It would be a shame to miss that, but we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it.
For now, stay rested, wash your hands, and be healthy till we meet again.
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