MEETING & PRESENTATION
March 8 -- 6:30 to 9 P.M.
to be announced. Details coming. .
TO BE ANNOUNCED
PREPARED FOR SPRING PHOTO SHOW & COMPETITION
DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED
to start working on your pictures for our Spring competition. We
need volunteers to help receive and hang entries. Click
here to see the competition rules and procedures.
PHOTO SHOW & COMPETITION
TO BE ANNOUNCED
HELP US SHOOT OUR ACTIVITIES
We need club members who have digital cameras to volunteer to document
our field trips and special events. Our friend John Masters has
been providing digital images of our meeting presenters and other
activities but could use some help. If you are willing to
help, please email this newsletter editor.
Send in your classifieds and we'll publish them in this newsletter.
YOUR GALLERY AWAITS YOU
Each member of our club gets a free online gallery of your favorite
images. For details on how to get yours set up, contact Nolan Braud
WE WANT YOUR
Help us continue to have the most interesting and informative activities
by sharing your ideas for the best experiences you've had. Email
your ideas for each activity below to the club officer in charge
of that activity:
Field Trips - Ken Means ([email protected])
Presentations - Ron Bautsch ([email protected])
Other Activity - Brenda Driscoll ([email protected])
Web Site, Newsletter
- Roy Varner ([email protected])
The Woodlands Photography Club is
an organization formed
to support area photographers of all ages, skill levels, and
interests to advance in their ability to create truly satisfying
images. In the process, we all become great friends,
enjoy field trips and outings together, and learn from each
MEETINGS. We meet on the
second Monday of every month from 6:30 to 9 P.M. at the Libray
just west of The Woodlands Pavillion (The
Montgomery County South Branch Library
at 2101 Lake Robbins Dr.) in
the meeting room immediately to your
left as you enter the front doors.
Visitors and the curious are always most welcome!
MEMBERSHIP. Anyone interested in photography,
no matter what your age or level of experience (professional,
amateur, or wannabe), is most welcome to join our club.
Membership is a measly $20/year per person,
or $30 per couple (worth getting married for!). Also special
discount for teenagers.
Our monthly online newsletter goes out around
the first of each month (you are reading the current issue).
We keep all back issues archived on our club
MEMBER GALLERIES. Each member can
have a gallery of his or her best images online.
Contact Nolan Braud for gallery help ([email protected]).
President / Activities - Ron Bautsch ([email protected])
Website / Newsletter - Roy Varner ([email protected])
Treasurer - Brenda Driscoll ([email protected])
Field Activities - Ken Means ([email protected])
Advisory Committee - Cecilia Garcia ([email protected]),
Janice Braud ([email protected]),
Cathy Evans ([email protected]),
Dot Mullinax ([email protected])
IN, GARBAGE OUT
cannot make a poorly exposed, outof-focus image into a great
print, regardless of what you do. Photoshop is not a cureall
for bad photo technique. Use the best lens you have, the
heaviest tripod you own, the sharpest film available. Pick
a sharp, properly exposed image and then work it into the
digital darkroom to make your best picture."
John Shaw Photography
you WEDNESDAY the 11th for our February
P.S. -- Check out our club
web site often.
We will update it with new monthly content, photos,
member galleries, and the latest list of events
of interest to photographers.
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