Photos from our 1960′s Dinner
Thursday, August 7th, 2014
David Dreier Room – James L Brulte Senior Center
Central Park – Rancho Cucamonga, CA
(Limit 2 photos, 8×10 or larger.)
“Create your own Website, Promotion & Marketing”
by Yvette Weilacker
Saturday, August 2, 2014
The workshop instructor, Steve Crises, is accepting reservations
for this evening of photographing trains
at the L.A. Fairgrounds in Pomona.
Tickets are $25 each and limited to 30 participants.
To reserve a ticket, email your name to email@example.com.
You can pay by cash, check or credit card (specify your choice).
If paying by check, once you receive confirmation,
make checks out to “Rail Giants”
and mail to: 1438 Cambridge Ave., Upland, CA 91786
Las Vegas, NV
September 3-5, 2014
Discount tickets available here.
Sell Your Photos
courtesy of the
Los Angeles County Arboretum
– CANCELLED –
The Photochromers had invited our members to join them in their second photo sale, where each participant would get a table to display their photos of any size and loose, matted, or framed. Prices would be up to each photographer. A small percentage of each sale would be paid to the Arboretum.
At their first photo sale, one member sold over $1,500 worth of his images.
Bob Bush, the Photochromers event coordinator, decided that our club did not have enough notice to prepare for this event and that more time was needed to advertise the sale. A committee will be set up to schedule future dates, so start preparing your photos for sale.
Photo Talk Podcast
Online and on iTunes
Episode #55: Composition Tips
Episode #54: Jennifer Kruger — Photo Marketing Association
Episode #53: Red River Paper
Episode #52: Jefferson Graham — Talking Tech
Episode #51: Erin Manning — Lifestyle Photographer
Episode #50: Peter Read Miller — Sports Photographer
Refreshments Committee Chairperson
Duties include coordinating the storage, maintenance, and delivery of refreshments and supplies for meetings.
Photographer of the Year: Bob LaRock
Photo of the Year: Paul Speaker
Most Improved Photographer of the Year: Janis DeMaine
Runnerup Most Improved Photographer of the Year: Annie Myles
Photograph of the Year 2013 – Paul Speaker