Chester County Camera Club
November 11, 2020 / Meeting Notes
The meeting held via Zoom was called to order at 7:01 PM by President Ginia Apostolacus. Starting with club business, the President reminded everyone that Competition Night had been pushed up a week, to November 18, due to the Thanksgiving holiday. As a result, she reminded members that the deadline for submitting entries was Sunday, November 15. This month’s theme is “People at Work.”
The President announced that members of the Party Committee were “scheming” up plans for the December holiday party. Due to Covid-19, the celebration will be held virtually. As plans are finalized, information will be shared via email.
The President welcomed new members and guests and asked those attending to unmute and introduce themselves. Rick Mayard said he had heard about the club from others who are members and is especially looking forward to participating in the Competitions.
The President asked Committee Chairs to provide updates:
Workshop Committee – Jim Wilson reminded everyone that Anita Bower’s “Texture in Post Processing” Workshop will be held November 21st from 2:00 – 3:30 pm. Those interested should email Jim.
Outings Committee – The next Club outing is the Siege Weekend at Ft. Mifflin, scheduled for Saturday, November 14. Those interested in attending should RSVP using the Camera Club’s on-line Meet Up site.
Members Forum - Reminder that Bob Friedman will present “How to Dress for Cold Weather Photography” at the December 2nd meeting.
Carolyn Mead, Programs Chair, introduced the evening’s guest speaker, Peter Hewitt, whose presentation was on “The Art of Printing.” The presentation touched on common printing and workflow issues including the need to control the environment, color management, monitor calibration, and advantages of a consistent workflow. The presentation was recorded and a link will be emailed to members along with the speaker’s notes. After a short Q&A, the presentation ended at 9:04 PM and the meeting was adjourned.
Respectfully submitted by Pat Rhubottom, Secretary.