Meeting Notes - October 10, 2018
Thursday, October 11, 2018
CHESTER COUNTY CAMERA CLUB
MEETING NOTES - OCTOBER 10, 2018
Choir Room ~ Westminster Presbyterian Church
Meeting ~ Howard Sundwall called the meeting to order. Howard asked everyone to please silence their cell phones.
Members Forum ~ Anita Bower introduced Dick Greenwood and Jim Samanen who reviewed the process of creating a triptych. This will be the theme for the March 2019 competition.
Outreach Committee ~ Helen Wagner reminded club members that the deadline for submitting images to the juried photo exhibit at Penn State Great Valley in Malvern is fast approaching. The deadline was extended and members now have until October 19 to submit a maximum of 3 images and their $10 fee to cover the cost of the jurors. The theme is, “My point of view”. No more than 2 images per member will be selected for the show. For further information, please click here: /d/d36c4641-b808-46ff-81ad-b59207aadee6
Outings ~ Dean Grantham told the club that all 25 slots to the Kuerner Farm outing on Sunday, October 21, have been filled. There is a small waiting list. For more information about the outing, Channel your Inner Wyeth, please click here: /club/Events_view.aspx?Eventid=7a354ad7-2d03-4449-a5dc-e4dd4f61332a.
Dean Grantham reminded club members that the National Dog Show charity walk will be held in Wayne on Sunday, 10/14. He still had a few remaining tickets available to any interested members.
Mentoring Program ~ Paula Miller told the club that the first mentoring program of the CCCC year will be Wednesday, October 17, from 7-9 pm in the Chester County Hospital-Parlor Room in the Finance Building. For further information, please click here: /club/Events_view.aspx?Eventid=2442d44d-e4e7-419d-9bc5-70dfa737ef05
Howard Sundwall reminded the club that the next photo competition will be Wednesday, October 24, beginning at 6:30 pm in the Choir Room of the Westminster Presbyterian Church. October’s theme is “Water”.
Carol DeGuiseppi introduced tonight’s guest speaker, Chris Karfakis, a photographic historian, who presented "The Evolution of Photography." This was an informative evening about the early years of photography - before digital cameras and selfies. From the development process, to the context of iconic photos, Chris demonstrated the different forms and evolution of this process throughout the years.
Minutes submitted by Stephanie Vacek, Secretary