President's August Newsletter is now online.
"Hit me with your Best Shot" (for August 15-31) is "Bridges".
Images from the recent Grand Canyon Trip".
Upcoming meetings, trips and events, see the Club Calendar.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING PHOTOGRAPHS TO THE 2014 LIBRARY EXHIBITS
Next Club Meeting - August 25, 2014, 6:00 to 8:30 pm - Our August presenters are part-time Sedona residents Marie Tartar and Steve Eilenberg. Both radiologists by profession, they share a love of both underwater and macro photography. Formerly active members of the San Diego Underwater Photographic Society, they have presented slide shows on Galapagos in 1998, British Columbia in 1999 and the Andaman Sea in 2003 and 2005 at the SDUPS’ annual Film Festival.
Their work has been displayed in a variety of group shows at museums, including San Diego Natural History Museum, Oceanside Museum of Art, Birch Aquarium and the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. They have been guest presenters at Rancho La Puerta spa in Tecate, Mexico, as well as at multiple camera clubs in San Diego.
The title of their presentation is "The I's Have It: Indonesia, Isla Mujeres and Iceland." The Indo part will be about SCUBA and photography (coral reefs and little critters), the Isla portion about big creatures which can be shot by snorkeling (whale sharks and manta rays), as well as cenotes, and a bit of landscape, as they just returned from Iceland and can't get it out of their heads.
As a club, our express purpose is to provide area photographers with an opportunity to improve their photographic skills and knowledge and share what they have learned with others who have the same interest.
For those of you visiting the area or exploring membership, we hope you will find our website friendly and informative. It will provide you with information about our meetings and activities, and how to join. For our many members, the website provides information about special and recurring events, competitions, field trips and other membership information.
We are proud to say that we have been operating continuously since 1952. The Sedona area is a landscape photographer's dream. Photos of our iconic Cathedral Rock appear in magazines all over the world.
Our activities include monthly meetings, going on trips to take pictures of new and interesting places and people and presenting displays at the local libraries. Our meetings include professional judging of submitted photos, programs of photographic interest and education and socializing with other members.ur activities include monthly meetings, going on trips to take pictures of new and interesting places and people and presenting displays at the local libraries. Our meetings include professional judging of submitted photos, programs of photographic interest and education and socializing with other members.
Club Members are showing work around Sedona - Have a look