Arundel Camera Club, Inc.

Arundel Camera Club, Inc.

Monthly Archives: April 2015

Obituary For: Karen Bishop Peiffer

Karen was involved in the Anne Arundel education system for over 35 years. After retirement she was active with the Anne Arundel Reading Council and the State of Maryland International Reading Association. She was well known for her artistic talent,... Read More

2015 May 8: Photo Opportunity – One of The Largest Flyovers In D.C. History To Take Place In May

To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the World War II victory. Source: One of The Largest Flyovers In D.C. History To Take Place In May... Read More

2015 May 6: Contest – Club Events

In May we will have our Club Events Contest. You may submit one color print, one monochrome print, and one digital image from each club event you attended during the club year. You may reenter images that have been entered... Read More

2015 April 18: Field Trip – Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve

On April 18 we will go to Shenks Ferry Wildflower Preserve near Conestoga Pennsylvania. A place where Bluebells and Dutchman’s breeches cover hillsides. Trilliums abound in the millions in the ‘Rich ravines of the lower Susquehanna River’. Hard to find... Read More

2015 April 15: Contest – Digital – Environmental Portraits

Our next competition will be this Wednesday, April 15, 2015. We will have our Digital competition. You may enter three digital images images.  Submissions are due by Tuesday, April 14, 2015, no later than 5pm.  While we will try to include later entries, they will not be guaranteed. The theme this month is Environmental Portrait An environmental... Read More

2015 April 8: Program – Matt Schmidt

About – Lorelei Studios Matthew G. Schmidt As an amateur photographer, Matt covers a wide variety of subjects. In colder months, he often shoots indoors, mostly macro and still life, while in the warmer seasons he shoots landscapes, action, and... Read More


Greetings all, I wanted to call your attention to a couple of photography-related things I’ve recently seen. The first is an exhibit at The Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. titled Man Ray – Human Equations. The short version description is... Read More