John Milleker, Jr. | Art League of Ocean City MD

Own John Milleker, Jr. has three photography classes coming up in Ocean City, MD the first weekend of April. Check them out, if interested, sign up and spend a weekend in OC!

Digital asset management and post processing from camera to output with Lightroom to Photoshop with Christine & John Milleker

Cost: $45 Members, $56 Non-Members Please register before 4/4/2020! Photo Editing and Digital Asset Management – This class will cover the process of images from your camera to output, be it print or digital exhibition. You will gain an understanding of Lightroom and it’s best practices, Photoshop, editing and exporting plus long term storage, sorting…

Alternative Photography with Cyanotypes/Sun Prints, Lumen Prints, Pinhole Cameras and Anthotypes with Christine & John Milleker

Cost: $30 Members, $38 Non-Members Please register before 4/4/2020! Children 13 and up are welcome to participate, children younger will need an adult to help with the chemical coating. This class will get you started with as well as introduce participants to advanced topics of four artistic alternative photography methods. These methods include Solargraphy /Pinhole…

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Save the Bay Photo Contest

CBF’s annual photo contest is open to both amateur and professional photographers. Each year we seek your vision of the Bay region. This year’s contest runs from March 11-April 5.

Source: Save the Bay Photo Contest

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2020 May 20: Club Events Contest May 20, 2020

May 20th will be here before we know it! Now is the time to start getting your digital images ready for the contest that night.

REMEMBER – we are only doing a digital contest this year – no print contest.  We will have one Unlimited contest and one Novice contest.  There will be one winning image for each, and those winners will receive a free membership for the 2020-2021 club year.  There are no ribbons or points given in this contest. 

You can submit one digital color image and one digital monochrome image per event that you attended this club year. Please remember, both color and monochrome images will be in the same contest. 

Closer to the date – Louis will send out instructions for when to have your images submitted by and how to size and name them.

Please see below list of events.  Remember – don’t wait till the last minute to start going through your photos, it’s a lot to go through the more events you attended!

2019/2020 Club Events

  • 2019 End of Year Banquet
  • Mid Atlantic WWII Weekend
  • OC Maryland Airshow
  • Maryland Renaissance Festival
  • Club Holiday Party
  • Open Cockpit Saturdays
  • Food Photography Table Top at Glen Burnie Library
  • July 4th Local Fireworks
  • Earleigh Heights Carnival
  • Tuckahoe Steam and Gas Show
  • Kenilworth Gardens
  • Club Picnic
  • BMX Single Race
  • Sunflower Festival
  • Hagerstown Wings and Wheels
  • Table Top Night – Club Meeting – Glass and Water theme
  • Arlington National Cemetery 
  • Cascade Falls – Patapsco State Park
  • Rams Head Dockside – In place of club meeting
  • Library of Congress
  • Brian Boru’s Fundraising Night
  • Conowingo Dam
  • Fire Museum Of Maryland and Holiday Train Garden
  • Bombay Hook NWR
  • Ocean City, MD
  • Assateague Island
  • Blackwater NWR
  • Fire and Ice – Frederick, MD
  • Woods Church Reception (Any photo taken that night in place of club meeting)
  • Spring Wildlife Festival Patuxent Research Center
  • Table Top Night – (April Meeting)
  • Baltimore Museum of Industry
  • WWII DC Flyover
  • Kiwanis Lake, York PA

If you have any questions, please let me know!


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CANCELLED – Speakers 2020 |   Harrisburg Camera Club’s 10th Annual Light & Creativity Conference 2020 | April 4th

Presenting the Following Speakers for 2020:
• Ian Plant
• Rick Sammon
• Cole Thompson
• Chuck Kimmerle
The Light and Creativity Workshop is being held April 4th, 2020 at Commonwealth Charter Academy, 1 Innovation Way, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Source: Speakers 2020 |   Harrisburg Camera Club’s 10th Annual Light & Creativity Conference 2020 | April 4th

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Published 2020 February “Lens Line” Newsletter

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2020 February Contests Winners

Novice Color

1st Place – Elaine Hambly – It’s Family
2nd Place – Rich Stolarski – Under the Live Oak
3rd Place – Ed Niehenke – Sailors Assisting at Arlington
4th Place – Elaine Hambly – Tribute to a Dead Beetle
HM – Rich Stolarski – Dead Tree

Unlimited Color

1st Place – Christine Milleker – Carnivore
2nd Place – Marilou Burleson – Times Up
3rd Place – Charles Graf – Catherine
4th Place – Cathy Hockel – The Darkest Hour Just Before Dawn
HM – Fred Venecia – Make a Wish
HM – Christine Milleker – Vegetation Decay
HM – Ron Peiffer – Honoring the Fallen

Novice Mono

1st Place – Marilou Burleson – Do Not Enter
2nd Place – Terri Jackson – Head On A Plate
3rd Place – Marilou Burleson – Come
4th Place – Terri Jackson – See No Longer
HM – David Joyner – Day of the Dead

Unlimited Mono

1st Place – John Milleker, Jr. – Wanted
2nd Place – Mike Thomas – Overdose
3rd Place – John Milleker, Jr. – Killer Migraine
4th Place – Cathy Hockel – Topsy Turvey
HM – Christine Milleker – Ragged Stump
HM – Ed Niehenke – Death Reflection at Arlington

Novice Digital

1st Place – Ed Niehenke – Bouquet in Mourning
2nd Place – Terri Jackson – Letting History and Beauty die
3rd Place – Susan Webber – Got Beef
4th Place – Elaine Hambly – 6 Million
HM – Terri Jackson – dem bones dem bones
HM – Rich Stolarski – Arlington

Unlimited Digital

1st Place – Mike Thomas – Mortality
2nd Place – Louis Sapienza – Dear Death
3rd Place – David Joyner – Franken Mary
4th Place – Ron Peiffer – A Slow Death
HM – Chuck Gallegos – Dont Drink the Water
HM – Cathy Hockel – Death of a Bygone Era
HM – Bob Webber – Fighting Cancer

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Photo Exhibition Reception at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church YouTube Video by Ed Niehenke

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Get Started Making Money in Photography – Rocky Mountain School of Photography

If you’re looking for a real and honest look at today’s photography world, you’ve found it! This Short Course will help you discover how the photo industry really works; you’ll learn about different career options, how to create a vision-based body of work, and how to take steps in the right direction.

Full-time wedding and portrait photographer Mary Brunst will start this class with some tried and true ideas of how to get your business off the ground, and she’ll fill it up with tips and information about the process of growing a sustainable business.

This crash course includes more than super valuable information. It’s a chance for you to ask a real-world, working professional photographer those burning questions you’ve been holding on to!

Topics include:

  • The importance of networking with other pros
  • Potential sources of photography income including, stock, assisting, family portraits, local business content creation
  • Branding, marketing, creating your website
  • Finding your customers
  • The challenges and realities of building your portfolio while keeping a part time or full time job

Source: Get Started Making Money in Photography – Rocky Mountain School of Photography

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Odyssey of Light — Maryland Photography Alliance

Source: Odyssey of Light — Maryland Photography Alliance

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Phillips Mill Photography Exhibition

Now entering its 27th year, the prestigious Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition is proud to announce that Emmet Gowin will be our juror this spring. We would like to make sure that all your club members have the opportunity for their own best imagery to be seen by this internationally renowned photographer, who taught for 25 years at Princeton University and whose art has been the subject of numerous books and museum exhibits.

The Phillips Mill Show is unique in seeking submissions representing the most personally satisfying and aesthetically successful aspects of each photographer’s body of work. Over a dozen awards will be granted in this highly anticipated three-week show, to be held in a historic stone gristmill that has been renovated for presentation purposes and that, ninety years ago, was the birthplace of the vibrant arts movement in the Delaware River Valley. Our website address is

Download entry form. Please follow the detailed instructions below.

The Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition Committee

Source: Phillips Mill Photo

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