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MONTHLY MEETINGS

 
Regular monthly Pocono Photo Club meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month at
Northampton Community College - Monroe Campus at 7:00 to 9:00 pm.
Meetings are located in room 201 of Keystone Hall.
 
Prospective members are welcome to attend their first meeting for free to check it out.
 


DECEMBER MEETING:
Tuesday, December 19, 2017- 7:00 pm
Holiday Party!

It's time to celebrate the season with goodies and pictures at our December meeting.  We love to show and tell and this month we'll be sharing pictures that match the items of the acronym CHRISTMAS.  Here's the list!
C- Christmas
H- Happy
R- Relatives
I- Ice
S- Season
T- Tradition
M- Merry
A- Angelic
S- Snow

Members are encouraged to do all or as many of the words as they like.  For those who do all, names will be put in a drawing for a prize.  The pictures can be displayed in any PRINT format you choose.  Have fun!

We'll also be selecting photos for the Spring Show in Dunning Gallery.  The theme is American Identity: Art that Expresses Social, Historical, and Political Issues in American Culture.  Bring up to 3 framed or mounted photos that you would like considered for selection.  10 photos will be chosen by those present.

Holiday goodies and beverages will be served.

You can get a printable list here:
Holiday Acronym 2017



OCTOBER PROGRAM:
Tuesday October 17, 2017 - 7:00 PM
Arthur Ransome "Discover yourself through photography" 







Photography has the capacity to convey both subject and emotion. Whether we are photographing a friend or stranger, our pets, our backyard or a grand vista at a national park, we want our photographs to capture not only what we saw but what we felt. These feelings are personal-we are all individuals with our own thoughts, experiences and imagination-so each of us has different emotional responses to the subjects in front of our lenses. Expressing these inner feelings through photography can be a profoundly satisfying activity, one that adds depth and meaning to our lives. If our images stimulate feelings in others, our efforts even more satisfying. We want viewers (and ourselves, too) to feel an emotional relationship to the characters, places and events we photograph, and to hear the wind rustling through the leaves of the trees and feel the cold of a winter’s day. How can we get in touch with our own emotions and infuse our images with those emotions? Departing from the colorful world we live in, Arthur takes you into his black and white world to show you how he expresses his emotions photographically. And he discusses how photographic style evolves as you cultivate and grow your emotional intelligence…and “discover yourself.”



Curtain Raiser: Stephanie Masgula


SEPTEMBER PROGRAM WAS: 
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 7:00 pm
Ken Volpe - 
“Soup to Nuts:  The A-Z Execution of a Group Photoshoot”




Ken showed us how to create a group photo of the photo club members. . . .  
And this is the result of Ken's GREAT presentation.
PPC thanks Ken for an exceptional presentation!












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