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The Baltimore Camera Club meets every Thursday night at:
Mount Washington United Methodist Church
5800 Cottonworth Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209.
For directions, click here and enter your starting address
Meetings start at 7:30pm for socializing and Club business, and the program starts at 8:00pm prompt.

BCC Weather Cancellation Policy

When Baltimore County Schools are closed or close early we will not have the scheduled meeting.
Visitors are always welcome.


2014 Event Info
Thursday April 17
Field Outing - NO MEETING
The church will be having a Easter Thursday function, so we cannot have a regular meeting.

Instead we are going to have a club outing.
We will meet at the National Aquarium ( www.aqua.org ) at the inner harbor at 7pm.
For this outing Lewis has requested that you only use your long lenses, try something outside your comfort zone.
If you don't want to drive downtown you might want to consider taking the light rail ( mta.maryland.gov/light-rail ) to Camden Yard and walking over to the inner Harbor.
Thursday April 24
Digital Competition 8
 Judge: Roy Sewall, Roy Sewall Photography
Thursday May 1 Program Member presenter Gary Faulkner will demonstrate and discuss his scanner capture techniques and showcase some of his images.
Thursday May 8 Print Competition 9
Judge: Don Dement, Nonlinearart

Board Meeting: 6:30 pm
Thursday May 15 Program Club Elections and Feedback Session
May 16 - 18
Spring Trip
George Washington National Forest in Warm Springs Virginia.
For details - click here
Thursday May 22 Digital Competition 9
Judge: Jennifer Casey, Jennifer Casey Photography
Thursday May 29 Program Member presenter Rebecca Rothey will discuss the history of “street photography” and its evolving techniques and showcase some of her images as well as those of other club members. rotheyphotography.com
Saturday May 31
End of Year Judging
Thursday June 5 Program Leo Howard Lubow will be presenting Finding Your Vision in Black & White: What the Masters Can Teach Us. Leo will focus on such elements as tone, texture, form, point of view and visual metaphor as he tackles the question: what makes a great black & white photograph? Along the way, he’ll also suggest techniques and guidelines for employing these elements in your own photography.
Thursday June 12 End of Year Banquet