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July Camera Club meeting recap, August meeting Tuesday the 21st

Camera Club

Recap from the July camera club meeting, and this month's assignment.

July meeting recap

The July meeting was pretty awesome!  We started with a presentation about American Photographic Artists-Los Angeles (APA-LA) Director Desirae Lantry.  She spoke about the photography workshops, exhibits, and contests that the APA-LA has.  I attended their Instagram workshop last month, and I learned a few things to help grow the Standard’s web presence.  For more information about the organization, visit http://www.apa-la.org. Follow them on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/apa_la/


Von Thomas gave a brief workshop on shooting on manual settings.  Visit his website at http://thomaseditions.com/


Gail Oliver gave a presentation on her career, her work, and various resources for artist (links below).  View her work at http://www.gailoliverdesign.com and http://www.fineartforinteriordesign.com. Follow her on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GailOliverDesign/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fineartforinteriordesign/ and https://www.instagram.com/imgroovygail/

Public Works Improvements Art Program

Private Arts Development Free Program

Public Art Coalition of SoCal

Metro Artist Opportunities

LA Cultural Affairs

LA County Art Commission

August meeting

The August meeting will take place on Tuesday, August 21, at the L.A. Alpha House, 3712 W. 54th Street.  7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Doors open at 6:30.

The guest presenter will be club member Jevone Moore.  He is the owner of Full Image 360 News.  In a short period of time, he went from taking photos of his children playing sports to starting his own online media website.  Visit his website at http://fi360news.com/ and follow him on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FullImage360/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fullimage360/.

August and September assignments


This will be a two part assignment.  Part one will be due in August, and part two will be for September.  

For part one, select a community event or gathering and shoot it.  It can be a local festival, church service, community service event, party, athletic event.  Anything that brings people together in your community.  When taking photos and/or video of the gatherings, use the composition rules that we’ve gone over, and use techniques that you already know.  This will be due at the August meeting.

For part two, the assignment is the same, except that you’ll chose a gathering outside of your community.  Los Angeles is a melting pot of many different cultures.  You won’t have to travel too far to find a community that’s dramatically different from yours.  This will be due at the September meeting.

Please submit to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. work by Monday, August 20th.