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First Place : Larry Hudson “Patagonia 131”Second Place: Dave Carver - ”Walk the Plank”Third Place: Steve Piepmeier “Trolling Back” Congratulations to the winners. Thanks to all Photo Club members who entered the March photo contest.All of the entries can be seen on the club Flickr site.Judges comments can be seen here.You can see the Mar 2018 Contest Winners here and all Contests on the club Flickr site.
Photography Club of Quail Creek 2018
April Photo ContestYou can enter the April Member Photo Contest now! The topic is Everyday Things. Members can submit up to 3 photos. They have to be 3 years old or less.Please rename each file with the title of the image. Size your image to either 13”X19” or 16”X20” and then send all (large) jpg images to (copy and paste address) firstname.lastname@example.orgEntry Deadline is midnight - Apr 30, 2018.Detailed Rules and Guidelnes are here.For those who like to plan ahead, you can find the list of topics for the 2018 contests here.
The next education session offered to the PCQC membership will be held on May 16 at 7:00 in the Kino Conference Center.This session will be another Open Help session. Bring your cameras and your questions. If you have a manual, bring that as well. We will have experienced people there available to help you.We will also have 2 PCs with Lightroom, Photoshop, and Photoshop Elements available for your questions on post processing.
March Photo Contest Winners:
May Monthly MeetingThe May meeting of the Photography Club of QC will be held Weds, May 9, 2018.We will be showing a new lesson from the video series Fundamentals of Photography II by Jeol Sartore.We will show lesson 18 - The Decisive Moment in Photography.The meeting will be at 7:00 in the Ocotillo Room of the Kino Center.
May 2018 Field Trip
The next field trip will be Friday, May 4. We will journey to Madera Canyon where we will take a nature photo walk on the Assessable Trail. Some with problems walking may prefer to just go to Santa Rita Lodge and shoot birds.We will leave The Madera Clubhouse at 9:00, proceed to Madera Canyon, and meet in the Proctor Parking lot about 9:30. A restaurant for lunch will be finalized after we have final numbers for attendance.Directions and a map to Proctor can be found at here.Fee information for parking can be found here.In general, parking is free if you have a National Park pass; otherwise it is $5 (cash) per day.The Assessable trail is paved, and we will walk about 1 mile with an elevation change of only 100 ft. There will plenty of nature to photograph – including landscapes, trees, flowers, bugs, rocks, small lizards, and a variety birds. If we are lucky, we may spot some deer. Doug Moore, the Education Director of the Friends of Madera Canyon, will join us. He is a trained naturalist and will be available to tell us what we see and shoot.Contact Jim Burkstrand at jimmsp AT aol.com with any questions.Contact Sylvia at butler916 AT msn.com by May 2 to let us know you will join us and to reserve a seat at lunch.
April Club Photos of the Month
Photos submitted by club members are shown above as well as on our Flickr web site. Send to jimmsp AT AOL.com
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Membership SurveyThe PCQC BOD has requested that its members complete a brief questionairre. This will allow us to better serve the membership with programs and activities. Please download the questionaire here, print it, and return it by mail to Bill Martone - address is here.