Pictured are winners of the CCCC January 2020 competition
CHESTER COUNTY CAMERA CLUB
MEETING NOTES - JANUARY 22, 2020
Choir Room ~ Westminster Presbyterian Church
MEETING ~ Howard Sundwall, president, called the meeting to order.
Howard told club members when and where services for for Paula Miller will take place. He was accepting contributions for flowers at the end of the meeting.
Svenne Juul announced an upcoming outing to Bryn Athen Cathedral on Saturday, 2/8/20 - 11 am - 1 pm. Bryn Athyn Cathedral is the episcopal seat of The General Church of the New Jerusalem, a denomination of Swedenborgianism. The main building is of the Early Gothic style.
Photographic opportunities both inside the cathedral and on the beautiful grounds. Tripods are permitted. Admission: $5 per person
For those with interest in horse racing it is a short 6-mile drive to visit Parx racing where there (weather permitting) will be racing in the afternoon. No tickets required.
There will be a carpool from Panera in Exton (Panera Bread, 151 East Swedesford Rd, Exton, PA 19341) : 10.00am. Please confirm to Svenne Juul (email@example.com) in advance whether you are interested in car-pooling, and if you would be willing to drive if additional vehicles are required. Also please confirm if you have interest in visiting Parx racing after visiting the cathedral For more information click here
Ginia Apostolacus announced that Harold Ross will be presenting Sculpting with Light at the next CCCC monthly meeting on 2/12/20. Ginia also told club members that there are still spaces available for the Harold Ross Workshop on Saturday, 2/25/20, from 11 am - 5 pm. This workshop will take place at the Messiah Lutheran Church in Downingtown. Cost is $40 per person; please give your check to Ginia or mail it to
Chester County Camera Club
PO Box 5
Exton, PA 19341
(Be sure to mark your Check “Harold Ross Demonstration”)
Bob Kelly introduced tonight’s competition judge, Henry Rowan. The competition theme was long exposure. Henry is a national award-winning photographer who lives in Bucks County, PA, where he heads the Pennsylvania Center for Photography (PCP) in Doylestown. His subject matter tends to be very eclectic and Henry has gained a following for his distinctive style of portraiture as well as his CameraGraphs, which offer a unique portrayal of nature, manscapes and sports. In addition to being a working professional photographer, Henry is a frequent lecturer and judge throughout the region and teaches a variety of workshops.
Minutes submitted by Stephanie Vacek, Secretary