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Book for sale
has a book "Photographers Guide to Yellowstone & Grand
Tetons" by Joseph K. Lange. Like new, list price $16.95, her
1) Nikon D70S
kit with the 18-70 lens. Contact Clark
Lara for details.
2) 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.
Seeing the work of other
artists and photographers can give new insights and ideas for our
own work. Check out the following local exhibits:
THROUGH FEBRUARY 17th.,
2006 Light Catchers Exhibit - Light Catchers is
a group of skilled photographers and among the team are Janice &
Nolan Braud, Marty Phelix, Tom Hoherd, Gene Foglietta,George Carlson
and Dot Mullinax. Light Catchers is having a photographic exhibition
at the Bank of America Center in Downtown Houston on Smith Street
across from Jones Plaza. There are 86 photos on display. This is
the third major showing of the groups "Texas Backroads"
collection. The show runs from January 23 through February 17. The
lobby is open to the public from 6:00 AM through 6:00 PM on weekdays
THROUGH FEBRUARY 20th.,
2006 - De Santos Gallery presents Photo Exhibit A Lifetime Body
of Work by Renowned Photojournalist Sebastiao Salgado from January
21st, 2006 at 1724 Richmond Ave., Houston, TX. More info at 713-520-1200,
or visit www.desantosgallery.com
FEBRUARY - 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.
THROUGH MARCH 3rd,
2006 Jackson Street Gallery, Florals, Photography by Paul Ziegler,
from Jan 21-March 3, 06, at 800 Jackson St., Richmond, TX 77469
More info 281 232 2900
MARCH 10 THROUGH MARCH
19, 2006 - FotoFests portfolio review program for photographers,
is one of the Biennials most important and popular programs.
The twelve day Meeting Place presents an unparalleled opportunity
for artists using photography to have their work seen by some of
the most important people in the field of photography. FotoFest
brings photography professionals-museum curators, gallery owners,
magazine editors, representatives of photography agencies, collectors
and publishers from around the world to meet with photographers
and review their work
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 - Brett
Other Activities - Dianna
Web Site, Newsletter
- [email protected]