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
Please arrive at 7:30pm for socializing and club
business. The meeting starts at promptly at 8:00pm.
|Thursday January 29
MEETING CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER
Robert Creamer - How to Shoot Architecture
Robert Creamer, artist, architectural photographer and Professor of Digital Photography at CCBC will present an over view of architectural photography. This presentation will be a historical survey of images and photographers who have helped shape the present day profession. This lecture will describe the transition from early documentation (photographers have frequently used buildings as a backdrop) to present day creative interpretation of the built environment. Albumen prints and relevant camera equipment will be on display. Robert’s approach and techniques of image capture (and the role of software) will also be presented.
|Thursday February 5
||Digital Competition 5
Judge: Matt Roth, Matt Roth Photo
|Thursday February 12
||Program 9||Brian Millier of Full Circle Gallery
will speak about how to frame and present images for
shows - including what NOT to do.
||Print Competition 6
Judge: Lynn Silverman, MICA Instructor, Lynn Silverman MICA
|Thursday February 26
||Jordan Faye - Owner and Founder of
Jordan Faye Contemporary will speak about
photography in the contemporary art scene.
|Thursday March 5
||Digital Competition 6
||Theme: People at Work
Judge: Linda Popp, Coordinator of Visual Arts for Baltimore County Schools, Linda Popp LinkedIn
|Thursday March 12
Baker Artist Award Winner, Lynne Parks, will share some of her work. Of her art and photography she says,
“I am drawn to the discarded, forgotten, and obsolete which are by no means inert. I collect fragments, both objects and images, found in the marginal spaces of alleys and abandoned buildings, trash heaps, gutters, salvage yards, and flea market bins.
I was fourteen when I was diagnosed with a rare disease and for thirty-three years, I have been managing several desmoid tumors and metastatic fibrosarcoma. There have been many harsh cancer treatments, operations, and grafts. My artwork reflects what I see in the the mirror - reassembled disparate parts. In the areas surrounding aging, unkempt buildings I become enraptured by unexpected patterns in piles of detritus and the shimmering qualities of oxidation. I identify with broken, patched together things. I am a new kind of patchwork girl. In my work, I hope to achieve a reconstituted wholeness.”
|Thursday March 19
||Print Competition 7
|Thursday March 26
|Thursday April 2