Congratulations to Brooke Vogelgesang our February 2016 Featured Photographer! Please read about her photographic journey and check out a collection of her photos here: I feel very honored that my work was selected to be featured at our meeting. There are so many good photographers in this club. It is truly a compliment. I began my […]
Laura Hoffman Offering classes at a new venue, Saddleback College Community Education.
Peter Phun was our guest speaker at our January meeting Wednesday evening January 6th. Peter gave us a very entertaining and informative presentation followed by a live demo of various single small flash techniques. T’he creative photo above of the SCPC Board was part of his demonstration and well worth sharing. If you missed the meeting you missed a fun experience. More about the board.
Hawk Watch Outing
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Yosemite In Winter!
February 19 – 21, 2016
IEPC – Steel Wool Photography Outing
“Playing with Fire – The Sequel”
Sat. February 27, 2016 @ 1PM
Anza Borego Outing – June 3-5, 2016
Planning ahead is important for this one.
President’s Message – December 2015
I want to thank the 2015 board of the South County Photo Club for their participation and great service. It’s not always easy running a club of our size and I’ve heard from many of you that they did an outstanding job. A special thanks to the two board members stepping down this year, Steve Byers and David Salahi. Steve did an excellent job as treasurer sorting out our finances and keeping us legal. David as our vice president, really rocked getting us outstanding speakers and organizing the meetings!
Gilbert Portugal is moving into the VP spot tasked with organizing the meetings. Dolores Lopez is our new money person having been elected to the treasurer position. Please join me in welcoming our two new board members. Carolyn Parker and Jean Guluk. Carolyn is taking over as club secretary and Jean is our new outings chair.
We already have some great things in store for 2016. We are a team and our club runs on volunteers. Whether you’re new to the club or are a long time lurker, please consider getting involved next year. Volunteer to lead an outing, hold a workshop, emcee a meeting, join a committee. It’s a great way to share your ideas, get to know other members andgrow your photography skills .
Looking forward to another great year creating images with friends old, and new.