Monthly Archives: August 2021


2021 Sep. 16: Program – David Trozzo – Lightroom

Join us on 16 September for a program by David Trozzo on the local adjustment tools in Lightroom. David launched his photography career at the Capital Newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland. He has completed countless editorial […]

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2021-2022 Contest Themes

Reflections (October) Reflection photography, also referred to as mirror photography, is when you use reflective surfaces to create an artistic echo of a scene. This type of photography can add an interesting spin to locations […]

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2021 Sep. 30: Program – Les Picker

Lester Picker ( has more than 650 writing and photo credits in National Geographic Society publications, Forbes, Time, Inc. Publications, Fortune, National Parks Magazine, and dozens of newspapers, magazines and other publications. He is a former reporter, photojournalist and editor. […]

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Published 2021 August “Lens Lines” Newsletter

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Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum Louis S. Parsons, III Photo Contest

On behalf of the Ocean City Live-Saving Station Museum Media Contact: Christine Okerblom, Curator – 410.289.4991 Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum Louis S. Parsons, III Photo Contest   OCEAN CITY, MD – August 25, […]

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2021 Sep. 18: Photomarathon in Washington D.C.

How It Works You will get detailed rules closer to the event. We host live Q&A sessions on September 6 and September 13.   Receive list of topics and checkpoints – On Saturday, September 18, 10:00 am you […]

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Picnic Video by Ed Niehenke

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Annapolis Field Trip Video by Ed Niehenke

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2021 Sep. 9: Image Critique Session Led by Jerry Taylor

Our first of four image critique sessions will be on FaceBook Live on 9 September 2021 and will be led by Jerry Taylor. Alfred Jerry Taylor – Maryland Photography Alliance – Certified Judge, Certificates from […]

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URGENT: Arundel Camera Club Meetings

I apologize for the long e-mail, please take a moment to read!It saddens me to send this email, but just as we feel like we’re out of the woods with Covid to meet in person […]

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