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Vice President/Chairman Program Committee  Donald Purdey
Monthly Meetings Club meetings are held at 7PM, the first and third Monday of each month.  First Presbyterian Church 100 Cajon Street Downtown Redlands, California  Mailing Address Redlands Camera Club P.O. Box 7261 Redlands, CA.  92375 photosbuyruss@yahoo.com eMail Russ:
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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and in compliance to state and local recommendations, the Redlands
Camera Club has canceled our in person meeting until further notice. Check back to the website as
we're planning on moving our meetings online.
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Photographing Birds and Wildlife   Join Professional Nature Photographer and Tamron Image Master, David Akoubian, as he shares his tips and techniques for photographing birds and other wildlife. David will share the gear he uses, why he uses it, and how he uses it, including settings for your camera and lens. David and his wife worked extensively for years to have their yard certified as an Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary, and during that process built a simple studio area that affords him the opportunity to photograph birds in a fairly controlled environment. This and other techniques help to get the photographer ready when they venture into the "wild" for images. Join us, learn and be inspired to improve your bird and wildlife photography.