Monthly MeetingsClub meetings are held at 7PM,the first and third Monday of each month.First Presbyterian Church100 Cajon StreetDowntown Redlands, CaliforniaMailing AddressRedlands Camera ClubP.O. Box 7261Redlands, CA. 92375
March 4 --Spring Digital Competition JudgingMarch 18 -- Awards Presentation (No dinner or potluck)April 1 -- Let’s Go to Alaska -- Skip the Cruise and Fly InJoin us 7 p.m., April 1, First Presbyterian Church, when RCC members Deb Seibly and Christine Penceshare photo stories and more of their travels together and separately in Alaska for the past two summers. You will see bear, salmon, sea lions, musk ox, moose and wolves – in magnificent natural landscapes, man-made environments and by the roadside. Travel with us to Lake Clark National Park and Preserve on the Cook Inlet; to the Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark in Wrangell, St. Elias National Park and Preserve; to Valdez and to the edge of the Columbia glacier in Prince William Sound.Get inspired and plan your own trip. Or if you have been to Alaska, the images and will remind you of how special our 49th state really is, and why you should consider returning, even if just to escape the Southern California heat and to breathe pristine air. Also: If you have some good Alaska photos, email a couple to Jim Hendon at email@example.com and we’ll share and discuss them on the night of the program.See you there!April 15 -- Promoting Your Photography for Fun and Profit, with Bruce HerwigInterested in having more people see your work? Or have you considered turning your hobby into some part time income?Join us at 7 p.m., April 15, John Knox Hall, First Presbyterian Church when marketing professional and photo enthusiast Bruce Herwig will share some innovative tips, techniques and how-to’s, including social media, web sites and projects. The tips will be useful not just to photographers, but all artists. Bruce, who has adapted his images into coloring books, and published and sold a Redlands photo calendar for the past four years, shares and promotes his images via Facebook, Instagram and other on-line options. He has previously presented RCC programs on shooting the night sky with confidence, and smartphone photography. We expect a lively Question and Answer; after his talk, with RCC members sharing additional information on how they market their images. The program is free and open to the public.