In the SpotLight
Salon Judging Date Change
Sunday, Oct 18, 9:00am - 2:00pm
The Salon Judging was very fascinating. The photos are spectacular. We will post the link to the Salon as soon as our Librarian has a chance to tag the winners and make the Salon public. The Zoom video format for judging was very successful.
We were able to see the photos in high resolution and hear the judges comments clearly. Frankly, I have never before attended a Zoom meeting where I wasn't going stir crazy after two hours. But I sat through the entire judging for this Salon and was never bored! Afterwards, viewers asked great questions and gave great comments. The Salon Chairs, Synthia Clark and Dawn Isbell did a Wonderful job setting up the zoom meeting with all of its details along with David Rudd and the Judges, Jill Vandagriff, Pat Postma, and Steve Zigler.
This online meeting is a good example of how to run a great photographic Salon judging. Ms Clark recorded the meeting and it will be available for anyone to view soon. Thanks to all of the people who helped create this meeting!
Because of the pandemic, we will also hold our Salon Reception via Zoom. The reception will include a "walk" and talk by the judges. If you are not a member but would like to see the reception, ask our Sec/Treas: Andreas Koschan for the link and password. We'd love to see you there!
October's Club Competition
I couldn't resist showing David Hardin's Halloween pumpkins. We had 49 entries in our Fall Colors club competition. View them all in our Fall Colors gallery. Here is a sample:
Along the Riverbank
Dec 8, Club Competition
The December meeting will be a club bi-monthly competition dedicated to the topic of “Along the Riverbank”. There is life all along a riverbank, both rural and urban. Rivers can be meandering and slow or wild and fast, but there is often a lot to see. Please enter your photos showing a riverbank. There are no limits to the subject, so your images could include things such as trees, paths, animals, boats and buildings on a riverbank, but it must be obvious that your image was taken on a riverbank.
We're building a library of CCOR information, tools and history files. Visit them in our library.