ST. JAMES’ CAMERA CLUB
JUNE 2017 MEETING MINUTES
President, Renée Zernitsky
Vice President, Jay Beaumont
Treasurer, John Strobl
Meeting came to order at 7:15
We welcomed two new members to the club, Candy Good and Jeanne Marie Perry
UPDATES: Glen Arden Exhibit is up. Several member’s attended the photographer’s presentation and open discussion on Sunday to a group of Glen Arden staff and residences. They were happy we were participating again this year and expressed how
much everyone enjoys seeing the photos.
John Strobl – St. James’ Church Annual Garden Tour takes place this weekend Several members donated images and note cards for the event. A pre Garden tour to the gardens will be this Thursday evening (June 15th). Meet in the St. James’ Church parking lot, at 5 pm to follow the tour.
Reports from our committee leaders
Mary - Field trips – a signup sheet was passed around – For the Pa. Waterfalls trip in June and July
Milford Pa. has several waterfalls that you can visit in one day – Mary will post details and dates via email and Facebook.
If you plan on attending, please make sure we have your contact information and phone numbers. We can meet at the first location chosen and you can choose to do them all or just a few and leave when you want.
Other suggested places to go for photos this summer are: Olana Island, Bannerman’s, Sterling Forest. If you like to hike and
Take photos, we have a list of places to go.
Robin – Exhibit committee – Was not able to attend tonight’s meeting – But wanted me to mention that we will be participating in the Goshen Art Walk on August 4th. From 4 – 9 PM. There is a $5.00 fee to participate. Online registration required before the event. This is a street exhibit. Rain cancels.
Jack Miller will provide a hanging board for our display. One or two images per person. Depending on participation. Please arrive early for the hanging and stay to answer any questions passerby’s may have about your photo. Images will be taken down at 9 PM.
Guest Speaker – Wild Life Photographer Matt Zeitler. Matt talked about what it takes to get a good wildlife photo and the equipment he used. Everyone was in awe of his photography skills knowing he had just started taking photos in 2009. His photos were exceptionally composed and in focus. Matt is out there every day and has captured so many species. Some that are rare to this area and their return has been recorded by the Audubon Society because of Matt’s photos.
We are looking forward to having him come again.
Clif - ran the slideshow of images brought in by members of the monthly themes field trips to Wickham Lake and the Foundry. We want to see your images please send them to Clif at any time his email address is:
Next Month Greg Miller – Topic to be announced
Renée Zernitsky SJCC President