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Flagpole Photographers Announce May Programs, Plan For Annual Exhibition



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Flagpole Photographers invites the public to their May online events, which will include the program night “How Would I Edit That?”

For anyone who has ever had a photo that they loved but just needed a little help editing it or who is unsure of what program to use, club members Chane Cullens, Mark Ashbolt, and Darrell Harrington will live edit guests’ photos as if they were their own. Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom and various plug-ins will be the predominant applications used.

This presentation is scheduled for Thursday, May 13, at 7:30 pm.

The competition theme for May is “Architecture Details” with “Recreate a Famous Painting” as the monthly challenge. This will take place on Thursday, May 27, at 7:15 pm.

Members compete in a different assignment each month, as well as in Open Color and Open Monochrome. New for this season has been a monthly challenge category, which is decided at the competition meetings for the next month. While the competition is only open to members, the public is invited to listen to critiques and learn about photography.

There is no charge to attend Flagpole Photographers Camera Club competitions. Flagpole Photographers is a local nonprofit group that enables members to share their images and expertise, to learn and grow in their photography, and to enjoy the camaraderie of fellow photographers who come from diverse backgrounds, with photographic skills ranging from beginning novices to professionals.

Visit the club’s website for information on how to join the online meetings.

Annual Exhibition

The club is also planning its their annual competition and exhibit.

Members have been submitting photos for the show to the club’s website; the submissions window closes May 12, and the show will be organized then.

A live judging and awards presentation is planned for Sunday, May 16, at 2 pm. The online exhibit will then open for public viewing at 6 o’clock that evening.

New members are always welcome to join the club and may enter their work in monthly club competitions, participate in workshops, take field trips, get involved in community programs, and take part in annual exhibits. Memberships for the remainder of the season are now free.

Additional club information, meeting dates, including calendar of events, member galleries, and workshop information can be found at flagpolephotographers.com.

For more information contact info@flagpolephotographers.com.

“San Francisco Façade” by Darcey O’Donoghue, whose image is perfect for this month’s Flagpole Photographers Camera Club competition theme.
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