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July 2024
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Deadline for Entering Projected Images for July Club Competition (9:59 AM PDT)
Projected Image Entry Deadline is 10 AM
Competition: Color, Monochrome, Photojournalism, Nature (7:30 PM PDT)

Judge: Jane Postiglione


I have been shooting images since I received my first Brownie camera at age 11. As an undergraduate student in Architectural Interior Design at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, I shot with a medium format twin lens reflex camera, a handheld light meter, and learned to develop film and make black and white prints. After receiving my BFA from Pratt, I practiced design in New York City, travelled several times to Europe, and then moved west to study Instructional Technology and multimedia in graduate school at SF State. This led to work in writing, shooting and editing instructional training videos for the Army and the Navy, as well as creating and delivering technology and management programs for the corporate world. I started using digital equipment in 2004. I started participating in the Contra Costa Camera Club in 2003 and later N4C and have held various board positions in these organizations including President, Secretary, and FotoClave Co-Director. I was also a past Board Member of the Alamo Danville Artist Society, and Interim Director and Curator at Sun Gallery in Hayward, CA.

I have been accepted into juried shows throughout the SF Bay Area and exhibited and sold my prints in local galleries and establishments. In addition to my exhibits, my images have been selected and published in the Photographer’s Forum, the Best of Photography 2014 and 2017, and the IPA International Photography Awards 2015, & 2020. In addition to my fine art photography, I shoot weddings and events with my photographer/musician husband, and I judge photography competitions and exhibits.

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Special Interest Groups - Novice, Monochrome (7:30 PM PDT)
July 9 7:30PM Zoom Meetup of the BirdSIG! (7:30 PM PDT)

It is time for our monthly BirdSIG Zoom meetup!   Join us on July 9th at 7:30 PM.  Send up to five images you would like to share with the group to (competition size images preferred, no larger than 1920x1200 pixels).   Share your captures whether new or from your archives. 

The zoom link is below and also on the club calendar:

LGSCC Host is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: LGSCC Host's Zoom Meeting

Time: Jul 9, 2024 07:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 839 2380 0099

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Program: no program this month (7:30 PM PDT)
We were unable to secure a presenter and club members did not want a members night this month.
Artist Reception - Larry Shapiro presents California Train Station (1:00 PM PDT)

We are proud to announce an exhibition of Larry Shapiro's photographs of California Train Stations. Train travel once the height of luxury was surpassed first by the automobile and then by plane travel. Though fewer people travel by train now, those that do still need the train station. Compared to airport terminals filled with bustling crowds, train stations are not very busy places these days. I wanted to capture the dignity of these buildings with panoramic photography. The exhibition displays the exterior and interior of the stations in a diptych format. There will be a reception Sunday July 21st from 1-4 pm. Please come to the reception.

See the complete details here:  California Train Station Exhibit

Special Interest Group - Seeing In Sixes (7:30 PM PDT)

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