April Zoom Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, April 13, 2021 7pm
Guest Speaker: Herb Chong
President Renée Zernitsky
Vice Pres. Jay Beaumont
Treasurer John Strobl
Secretary Mary Shields
Membership Linda Fairweather
All meetings are being conducted in Zoom till further notice and are being recorded
If you are new to Zoom, be sure to upload the Free version by going to www.Zoom.us so that you are prepared for the meeting. You will need a video camera, or you can join us from your cell phone or iPad. Download the app to your iPad or cell.
Consider purchasing a webcam – prices range from $20 and up
Annual Hudson Valley Photography Network
Virtual Spring Conference with Bryan Peterson
May 1st, 2021
Registration Fee is $15.00. There will be a live image critique session with Bryan for the second half of the day. The first 50 registered attendees will be eligible to submit one photo for critique.
Mary is taking attendance and meeting minutes for all club meetings
All club dues must be UpToDate in order to participate in all club functions
Add your favorite image, or a suggested website related to photography
Your posted Photos have been great, we love seeing them. Keep them coming.
Mary hopes to plan at least one field trip a month
Sunset shoot at Liberty Loop trial Pine Island or Wallkill Wildlife Refuge at Owens Station Road 5:pm April 11 and 12th
SJCC Web Page: www.sjccny.org
Submit an image or two for our club’s Website.
Billy Carpio is the contact person, at: email@example.com
New Google Slides Photo Challenge. Please upload your images today “Product Photography”
April 13th Speaker: Herb Chong – “Macro”
Follow up with a Field Trip to the Orange County Arboretum” in May.
Speaker: John Verner, professional photographer. Topic to be announced
Speaker: Dave Albrecht – photographer instructor at OCCC “Image Critiques”
Speaker: Club member, Billy Carpio, “Waterfalls”- Where to go and how to photograph them
Member ‘s Night – Come talk to our club photographers who want to share their secrets
To be Announced
Renée Zernitsky SJCC President
Jay Beaumont SJCC Vice President