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The Baltimore Camera Club meets every Thursday night at:
Mount Washington United Methodist Church
5800 Cottonworth Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209.
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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.

The Baltimore Camera Club 2014 FALL TRIP TO WEST VIRGINIA October 10 - 12, 2014

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2014 - 2015

2014 Event Info
Thursday September 25
Print Competition 1 Baltimore Camera Club Competition Rules
How to Prepare a Print Entry

Theme: Open
Brian Miller - Manager & Photo / Digital Director
Full Circle Ltd  www.fullcirclephoto.com
Thursday October 2
Program Internationally recognized professional photographer, David Blecman will present a live one-light glamour lighting and posing session with a live glamour model. He will tether his camera to a laptop and show real-time results. David has worked in many photographic arenas including being hired to photograph such celebrities as President George W. Bush, Christina Aguilera, Jimmy Buffett, Steely Dan, Moody Blues, Beyonce and Destiny’s Child, Celine Dion, Gene Simmons and KISS, and numerous others. Check out the link to his company for more info:  http://posneg.com/
Thursday October 9
Print Competition 2
Baltimore Camera Club Competition Rules
How to Prepare a Print Entry

Theme: Open
Matthew S. Hanson -
Art Teacher, Howard High School
John Heredia -
John Heredia Photography
Jed Kirschbaum -
Retired Baltimore Sun, Jed Kirschbaum LinkedIn
October 10 - 12
Fall Trip
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Thursday October 16 Program As a staff photographer for Black Star Publishing Company and contract photographer for TIME, our speaker, Dennis Brack has lived and listened to the stories in his book, PRESIDENTIAL PICTURE STORIES.    In the fifty-two years that he has covered the White House he has known many of the characters in this book. Over the years he has interviewed the older photographers to collect the stories of the photographers in the first part of the twentieth century.  Brack was on the board  Standing Committee of Press Photographers of the U.S. Senate for twenty-five years and president of the White House News Photographers Association for three years.  He is still covering the White House.
Thursday October 23
Digital Competition 2
Baltimore Camera Club Competition Rules
How to Prepare and Submit a Projected Digital Entry

Theme: Open

Thursday October 30
Program Our Speaker Bill Wierzalis has a background in the humanities as well as in photography, and has traveled widely with his 35mm Pentax to indulge his passion for the Italian culture and people. He's a member of the Maryland Federation of Arts, the Creative Alliance and the Italian Cultural Society. His work has been exhibited in Baltimore, Washington, and New York area galleries, art exhibits and at the Consulate of Italy. He has contributed his photographs and printing services to benefit the Center for Poverty Solutions, the Frederick Arts Council Fundraiser and the Quiet Waters Arts Festival. Bill's 20-year experience in the commercial photography field has allowed him to complete full-cycle the creative process in getting an image from its inception to the printing/framing stage. In these days of digital imaging and electronic media, Bill chooses to personally print his images in order to maintain full control of quality and purpose.
Thursday November 6
Print Competition 3
Baltimore Camera Club Competition Rules
How to Prepare a Print Entry

Theme: Repetition
For this competition, each entry may be a single image, a triptych, or a series of discrete images.  Entries (including triptychs and series of images)must be mounted on a single mat board; existing minimum and maximum size rules apply to entire image area and to the mounted entry.

Thursday November 13
Program Professional photographer Middleton Evans will share with us his work on a new book he has been working on entitled, In search of Avian Gold.... traveling to North America's premier waterbird sanctuaries.
A Baltimore native, Middleton has spent the majority of his 25-year career documenting the many faces of Maryland. Favorite subjects include Chesapeake Bay waterman, cities and towns, festivals, farm life and equestrian sports. A milestone was reached in 2001 when Maryland Public Television selected Mr. Evans as one of six local photographers to be featured in the documentary film Images of Maryland: 1900-2000, chronicling the state’s most distinguished lensmen of the twentieth century.
Thursday November 20
Digital Competition 3
Baltimore Camera Club Competition Rules
How to Prepare and Submit a Projected Digital Entry

Theme: Open

Thursday November 27 No Meeting
Thursday December 4
Program 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 December 11
Print Competition 4
Baltimore Camera Club Competition Rules
How to Prepare a Print Entry

Theme: Open

Thursday December 18 Holiday Party

Thursday December 25
No Meeting Christmas