2022 March Digital Open Contest Winners

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2022 Jun. 25: How to Hunt – With a Camera – Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary – Barbara Saffir

Join wildlife photography safari leader and Virginia Master Naturalist, Barbara Saffir, to learn how to stalk your best wildlife photos at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary.  After a brief talk inside the visitor center, we’ll hike […]

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2022 Apr. 16: MPA – Odyssey of Light 2022

Source: Odyssey of Light 2022 — Maryland Photography Alliance

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2022 Mar. 17: Digital Contest – Open

Don’t wait until the last minute! The next contest is March 17th. You may submit up to three images. The theme is open, so anything goes. Get your images submitted by noon Tuesday March 15. […]

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2022 Mar. 24: Program – Joseph DePasquale – Translating Cosmic Light: The Hubble and Webb Perspective

Joe DePasquale is the Senior Science Visuals Developer in the Office of Public Outreach at the Space Telescope Science Institute. Prior to joining STScI in March of 2017, Joe was the Science Imager for NASA’s […]

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Published 2022 February “Lens Lines” Newsletter

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2022 Mar. 31: Program – Quinn Jacobson – Collodio-Albumen Negatives and Gum Over Palladium Prints

New speaker for March 31. Quinn Jacobson will be giving a talk on his new project using Collodio-Albumen Negatives and Gum Over Palladium Prints. Quinn Jacobson is an internationally recognized artist and educator. He was […]

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2022 Mar. 3: Photo Talk – Abstract Review

During the abstract digital contest this month, did you find yourself saying  “Wow that is cool!” “What is that?” “I never thought of that.” “I could do that!” “I’ve got to give that a try.” […]

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2022 Mar. 26: Field Trip – Cherry Blossom Festival

Please join the Arundel Camera Club field trip, March 26 2022, to the Cherry Blossom Festival, Tidal Basin, Washington, DC. The 2022 Festival is the 110th anniversary of the gift of trees from the Mayor […]

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Library of Congress Field Trip Video by Ed Niehenke

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