Welcome to the South Jersey Camera Club
The South Jersey Camera Club (SJCC) was organized to promote the art and science of photography. Among its goals is the desire to unite others in sharing similar interests, to exchange ideas and photographic expertise, and to enhance the skills of club members. Serving the southern part of New Jersey, our members come from Gloucester, Camden, Burlington, Mercer, Salem and Atlantic counties.
Outstanding speakers present interesting and informative programs. Field trips and workshops provide practical photographic experience. Special competitions (such as Digital Essay and Panorama) throughout the season challenge members to try new things. We also have a video lending library.
Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m., the third Tuesday of each month from September through June at the Medford Leas Community Center, Medford, NJ (1 Medford Leas Way, Medford, NJ 08055). Visitors are always welcome, at no charge!
Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 7:00 pm
"Photographing People Around the World", Speaker/Judge: Tom Tauber
Prints - Color: OPEN;
Digital - "Old vs. New"
(see chart below for topic definitions)
|Bridges (September - Mono Prints)|
|This topic is defined as a structure carrying a road, path, railroad, or canal across a river, ravine, road, railroad, or other obstacle. Bridges can be as small as a footbridge or as large as the Golden Gate bridge. |
|￼Good Enough To Eat (food or people w/ food) (October - Digital)|
|Your main subject must be any type of food and could include the act of food preparation or eating. |
|Spot Of Color (November - Digital)|
|A monochrome image* that contains obvious area(s) of color(s). *A monochrome image is defined as having no more than one color; e.g., gray, sepia, selenium etc. |
|Grand Landscapes (December - Color Prints)|
|Landscape locations may be any place that depicts an expanse of scenery or wide view. Settings may include seascapes, cityscapes or rural scenes. |
|Street Photography (January - Monochrome Prints)|
|Street photography is a genre that features subjects in candid situations within public places such as streets, parks, beaches, malls and other like settings. Framing and timing are key aspects of the craft, with the aim of creating images at a decisive or poignant moment. |
|Old vs. New (February - Digital)|
|Images should show a relationship between old and new, whether symbiotic or in contrast. |
|Stopped In Mid-Air (March - Digital)|
|Capture the action of a subject in the air! This may require a fast shutter speed to create a|
reasonably recognizable object or action.
|Low Light & Night Photography (April - Color Prints)|
|Subjects for these images should be dimly lit situations using existing light. They may be captured indoors or outdoors and can include people, places or things. (No light painting or flash.) |
|Waterfalls (May - Digital)|
|Defined as a place where water flows downward. Subjects may include natural waterfalls or man- made situations such as dams or fountains. |
|Patriotic Images (June - Digital)|
|Images that capture the celebration or evoke feelings about the love of one’s country and/or gratitude to those who have helped preserve it. |
SJCC RESOURCE GUIDE
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