Category Archives: Meetings

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PhotoShop Content Aware Fill

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2020 July 08 – Favorite Photographic Vacation Hot Spot

Join in for a night of informal discussion and the topic of ‘Your Favorite Photographic Vacation Spots’.  Bring photos to share!   Tonight’s meeting will take place at 7pm EST on our Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/groups/arundelcameraclub/ […]

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2020 April 22: Christine Milleker “Macro Photography, Finding Beauty in Small Things”

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2020 May 6: Photo Assignment: Macro Photography

Inspired by Christine Milleker’s presentation last night on Macro Photography.. A Macro Photo Assignment! You have two weeks to complete the next photo assignment if you choose to accept it. On our live stream at […]

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2020 April 15: Quinn Jacobson

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2020 Apr. 8: Panel Critique Photo Challenges

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Update on AACo Public Schools

Update on my correspondence with AACo public Schools and AACo Parks and Rec and how it impacts upcoming meetings. First and foremost, access to indoor and outdoor facilities at both schools and parks has been […]

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2019 Oct. 9: Rams Head Dockside Sunset (6pm-8pm)

Since the school will be closed on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 – It’s a good chance for us to get together, have some food and drinks and of course bring our cameras to hopefully grab […]

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2019 Apr. 17: Cyanotype Night by Christine Milleker

Local alternative process photographer and instructor Christine Milleker will be bringing the historic 1842 Cyanotype process to the Arundel Camera Club on Wednesday April 17, 2019 from 7pm to 9pm which meets at the Severna […]

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2019 Feb. 20: Meeting Cancelled due to Weather

Meeting cancelled tonight due to weather. We have rescheduled Kelly Schneider – Low light Portrait Photography for March 20th. Stay warm and safe

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