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Regular Meeting - Educational (7:00 PM EDT)
West Shore Photography Club Monday September 11th at 7:00 PM in Mechanicsburg, PA Presents  Les Picker, Keynote Speaker  Kicking off the 2017 club year, the West Shore Photography Club is featuring Les Picker, world renowned National Geographic, Forbes, Time, Inc photographer, speaking on “How to Improve your Black and White Photography.” The West Shore Photography Club is thrilled beyond belief to have Les Picker, a world class photographer, writer, educator, world traveler and workshop leader, as our kick off speaker.  You will not want to miss this free event and get there early as we will only have 100 seats available.   "How to Improve Your B&W Photography"   What makes a great black and white photograph? In this interactive slide and exhibit presentation we'll look at some styles of the masters past and current, and Les will give you tips on looking at the world a little differently when you’re out with your camera. Les will cover creative and artistic decisions and how to translate those into great black and white photographs using the vast technical tools available in post processing.  As always, Les will have a Q&A discussion and will bring examples of B&W prints and other display media.  About Les  Les Picker has more than 650 writing and photo credits in National Geographic Society publications, Better Homes & Gardens, Forbes, Time, Inc. publications, Money, Fortune, National Parks Magazine, and dozens of newspapers, magazines and other publications. He is a former reporter, photojournalist and editor. For three years, Les was a columnist for Oceans Magazine and for four years was Editor-In-Chief for a national journal. He is member of Nikon Professional Services (NPS) and a former member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA) .  For three years, Les was a regular commentator on National Public Radio's Marketplace, carried on 260 stations nationwide. Les is a Moab Master Photographer for Moab Fine Art photography pape delete
Abandoned America’s Matthew Christopher (7:00 PM EDT)
Abandoned America’s Matthew Christopher will speak at the Harrisburg Camera Club’s 2017 Kickoff Meeting. Through his collection of writing and photography, Christopher has spent the last decade documenting the ruins of one of the greatest civilizations the world has ever known: our own. Originally conceived as an examination of the rise and fall of the defunct state hospital system, Philadelphia photographer Matthew Christopher’s award winning website Abandoned America rapidly grew to encompass derelict factories and industrial sites, schools, churches, power plants, hospitals, prisons, military installations, hotels, resorts, homes, and more. The locations presented are the monuments to America’s great ambition and crumbling future. They are the remnants of a nearly forgotten past. They are some of America’s last standing vestiges of our industrial age, the buildings that put our forefathers to work. Now, broken and ruined, these places are documented in Christopher’s books, Abandoned America: The Age of Consequences and Abandoned America: Dismantling the Dream. Exploring sites like the charred remains of the Hotel Do De, the rusted cells of the Essex County Jail Annex, the majesty of the Church of the Transfiguration, or the eerie and dilapidated remnants of the New Castle Elks Lodge, the work spans architectural treasures left to the elements and then all too often lost forever. The meeting is free and open to the public. It will be held in the community room of Giant, 3300 Trindle Road, Camp Hill. delete
Eisenhower Farm Trip (8:00 AM EDT)
On Saturday, September 16, the National Park Service will sponsor a World War II living history weekend at the Eisenhower Farm in Gettysburg.  In addition to the farm, there will be numerous photo opportunities of personnel and vehicles at this re-creation of allied and German camps.  There will also be a WWII themed wedding at 1PM. Meet at the Camp Hill Arby's at 8AM.  Admission is $7.50 Leader: Dave Stauffer delete
Regular Monthly Meeting - Photo Competition (7:00 PM EDT)
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Digital Images Black & White (7:00 PM EDT)
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Digital Images Color (7:00 PM EDT)
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Prints Color/Black & White (7:00 PM EDT)
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