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Print Critique Meeting (2:00 PM EST)
Join a small group of club members who gather in an informal setting to show a few of their printed photographs and receive constructive feedback from fellow photographers. The meeting takes place once a month at a member's house where participants enjoy some light snacks while sharing their images and discussing their vision. This is a gentle and fun atmosphere that promotes friendship and learning. Let Jim Samanen know if you would like to attend and he will let you know the location and directions. You can email Jim at
Monthly Meeting Buddy Eleazer Topic: Images of Africa
Buddy Eleazer is an international award winning wildlife and landscape photographer with 35 years of experience. He has travelled to 22 countries on four continents; learning to appreciate and respect multiple cultures. His images have been featured by Popular Photography, National Geographic and the prestigious Epson Panorama Awards. Buddy specializes in southern Africa wildlife and landscape photography, but no matter what the country; the draw of being outdoors. This is what inspires him to take photos and take fellow photographers on one of his photo excursions. To date, Buddy has led over 36 trips to Africa to date with a focus on South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia. In a typical year, Buddy leads 3 or 4 trips to Africa. Over the years, he has developed a close relationship with guides, rangers and lodge owners. This ‘insider’s view’ of Africa provides him with a unique perspective for a photographer on safari.
Members' Forum: Easy Home Studios (6:30 PM EST)
Easy studio photography at home. During the winter months you can take photos in the comfort and warmth of your home using easy-to-use indoor studio set-ups.  Robert Friedman will demonstrate the ease of using a portable portrait studio.  Carol DeGuiseppi will demonstrate the use of a lightbox for product  and still life photography.
National Clock & Watch Museum, Columbia, PA (2:00 PM EST)
The National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia, PA has over 12,000 items spanning a range of technologies and approaches for tracking the passing of time. For more information click here Bring tripod and close-up lens. We will have carpooling from Exton Panera (Panera Bread, 151 East Swedesford Rd, Exton, PA 19341) leaving at 12.45pm. Please confirm to Dean Grantham ( in advance whether you are interested in car-pooling, and if you would be willing to drive if additional vehicles are required.
Mentor Meeting (7:00 PM EST)
CCCC Members Bob Kelly and Jim Wilson will present  "Lightroom Basics", which will give a basic primer of how to save your images in Lightroom as well as some basic instructions for editing your images to make them look great. The objective of the mentor/mentee  program is to help members to enjoy using their camera to their full potential and team up with a mentor that is familiar with their camera in a stress free environment.  Mentors will also try to answer any questions that mentees have expressed on annual membership form.  Mentors and Mentees will gather to address Mentee questions.  We will begin with a short presentation on a basic camera technique or photographic skill.  Then we will break out into one-to-one or small groups to address individual needs such as: Camera questions Photo techniques (e.g. portrait questions, sports, landscape, etc.) Post Processing questions Mentors and Mentees should bring their camera, camera manual, and laptop with their post-processing software (if you use a laptop for editing).  This is a members-only event.
Monthly Competition: Topic - Long Exposure
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Indoor Creativity Workshop (10:00 AM EST)
This Event is SOLD OUT. Want to keep those creative juices flowing during the dark and cold winter months? You don't need to be outdoors enjoying a beautiful landscape to practice your photography skills and get some unique shots.  Join us at the Indoor Creativity Workshop to try out a variety of interesting and fun ways that you can then do inside the comfort of your own warm home. Led by Jim and Betsy Wilson and club member Mark Bergkvist of The Photography Workshop, this will be a hands-on workshop where you will have the opportunity to experiment with lighting and try out some fun scenarios. This is a members-only event. Registration $10 per person and limited  to 30 people.  A lottery of those interested will take place.  If interested in participating, email Jim Wilson at   As we expect this to fill up, we will compile a list of everyone who signs up by December 31st.  If there are more than thirty people on the list, we will draw names out of a hat and inform everyone by January 2 if you are in the workshop or not. Contact: Jim Wilson 610-937-6947

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