CAMERA EXCHANGE SALE until Saturday, Sep.
Camera Show at Marriott Hotel Ballroom at Hobby Airport
on 9100 Gulf Freeway, 713-868-9606
Visit WPC resources
to find photo related links.
Book for sale
has a book "Photographers Guide to Yellowstone & Grand
Tetons" by Joseph K. Lange. Like new, list price $16.95, her
1) Canon EOS Digital
Rebel 6.3 Megapixel, $1,200.
This camera was bought because of a job I was taking w/ a newspaper.
I ended up not getting it, so it has been waiting for someone to
use it. It works great and comes with TWO lenses: The 18mm-35mm
and Canon Zoom lens EF, 75-300mm, f4-5.6 with image stabilizer.
This is a great camera. Contact Gabriel
García for details.
Nikon equipment in excellent condition, excellent price...
for sale! Contact Ron
Bautsch for details.
* Nikon F100 Camera
* Nikon SB 28 Speedlight Flash
* Nikon N65 Camera Body
* Nikon AF Nikkor 28-105mm 1:3.5-4.5D lens
* Nikon SB22s Speedlight
* Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24-85mm 1:3.5-4.5 G lens
3) Nikon Cameras for
sale A+ Condition. Contact Cesar
Vargas for details.
* Nikon F100 with Motor
Drive $385 Super fast focusing. A+ condition, with 50 f/1.8 Series
E (non AF)
* Nikon F100 with Data Back $385 Super fast focusing. A+ condition,
with lens 105 mm (non AF)
* Nikon F90 $200 Super fast professional camera. Back is peeling
off, cosmetic only, comes with 24mm f/2.8 (non AF)
* Nikon N70 $115 non AF w/43-86mm lens.
Seeing the work of other
artists and photographers can give new insights and ideas for our
own work. Check out the following local exhibits:
SEPTEMBER - At
Brian of London, Panther Creek
in The Woodlands, Photography by Nolan and Janice Braud.
This exhibition features 20 photographs of exceptional beauty and
technical skill from these valuable WPC members.
SEPTEMBER - For Several
Months -"Window Shopping on Main Street, 1920-1930,"
uses historic photography from the Story Sloane Collection to give
visitors a glimpse of downtown's heyday as a shopping destination.
SEPTEMBER 9 - October
23 - Houston Center
for Photography presents "Reading
Between the Lines" exhibit. Paranormal narratives and humorous
phrases emerge as growing trends in contemporary photography represented
by three artists from across the country:
May 27th. - Sep. 11,
2005 - At the
Museum of Fine Arts
Photographs by Jim Dow: Baseball Stadiums, 19801982.
At the Caroline Wiess Law Building. Serious baseball fans share
the dream of seeing a game played in each of the 30 stadiums that
now exist. Between 1980 and 1982, photographer Jim Dow turned his
dream into a photography project.
June 14th. - Oct.
2, 2005 - Sports
Photography from the Museum
of Fine Arts, Houston. At the Caroline Wiess Law Building
HELP US SHOOT
We need club members who have digital cameras to volunteer to document
our field trips and special events. Our friends John Masters and
Nolan Braud have been providing digital images of our meeting presenters
and other activities but could use some help. If you are willing
to help, please email to our newsletter editor.
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:
Presentations - Dave
Other Activities - Sue
Web Site, Newsletter
- [email protected]