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Baltimore Camera Club meets every Thursday night
Mount Washington United Methodist Church
5800 Cottonworth Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209

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Meetings start at 8:00pm.  Please arrive at 7:30pm for socializing and club business. 

Weather Cancellation Policy
When Baltimore County Schools are closed, close early or cancel evening activities we will not have the scheduled meeting.

Visitors are always welcome!

2017 Calendar

Event Information
Thursday December 7
Program 8
No meeting at the church - the meeting space is not available.

Monument Lighting in Mount Vernon - As alternative activity, the Annual Monument Lighting in Mt. Vernon in Baltimore at the cross roads of Monument St. and Charles Street occurs Thursday December 7 from 5 pm to 8 pm..

Jim Voeglein has volunteered to be the point person on this evening.  Anyone interested in partaking in the festivities and getting some photographs of the Monument Lighting and Fireworks let Jim (Jvoeglein@gmail.com) know you are coming and he'll keep an eye out for you.

We will meet at 5pm on the Walters Museum corner of Center St. & Charles St. This is also not a requirement. Your free to come and go as you please.  It gets very crowded so once we meet up you can either pair up with others or go out on your own. 

The only requisite is that you enjoy yourself.

Here is a link to the event:

Thursday December 14
Digital Competition 4
Theme: Macro/ Close-up Photography

Judge: Lynn Silverman

Thursday December 21

Holiday Party - Pot Luck Dinner

Bring your favorite dish.  The club supplies non-alcoholic beverages and a deli platter.

Thursday December 28
Program 9

CRITIQUE NIGHT:  We are hosting another fun and interesting evening of member to member critiques.

Limit of 2 images each; Upload to Member Critique Gallery in Visual Pursuits
Thursday January 4
Print Competition 4

Theme: Open

Larry Canner   http://larrycannerphoto.com

Thursday January 11
Program 10
Lloyd Fox -  Sports Photographer and Baltimore Sun Photojournalist

Biography:  Lloyd Fox graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in art and a concentration in photography in 1988.  He worked for The Philadelphia Inquirer as a stringer and as a contract photographer while in college.  He freelanced for United Press International from 1988-90, and was then hired as a staff photographer for The Sun in 1990. 

Over the course of 27 years, the newspaper has given Lloyd the opportunity to shoot thousands of assignments. Notable ones include, Presidential inaugurations, Ravens’ Super Bowls, Cal Ripken's record setting 2131 game and his Hall of Fame induction, 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, NCAA basketball championships along with many news events from the unrest in Baltimore to the 2006 Amish school shootings and the Sago Mine disaster also in 2006.

Twitter address: @lloyd1fox

Thursday January 18
Digital Competition 5
Theme:  Trains/ Railroads


Thursday January 25
Program 11

Kaitlin Corey: “Photography and the Law”

Kaitlin is an attorney at Astrachan Gunst Thomas, P.C., and a member of the Maryland bar. A substantial part of Kaitlin’s practice involves litigating copyright, trademark and unfair competition matters, negotiating business transactions and agreements, and clearance, protection, registration and licensing of trademarks and copyrights.

Kaitlin teaches Trademark and Unfair Competition Law at the University of Baltimore School of Law. The Maryland Bar Journal recently published an article she wrote titled, “We Are Slant. Who Cares? We’re Proud of That": Intersection of the Lanham Act and Free Speech in its July/August 2017 edition.

In addition, Kaitlin handles the firm’s tax matters. While in law school, Kaitlin took an interest in tax law and completed law school only nine credits short of those required for an LL.M. in Tax.

Thursday February 1
Print Competition 5

Thursday February 8
Program 12

Thursday February 15
Digital Competition 6

Thursday February 22
Program 13

Thursday March 1
Print Competition 6

Thursday March 8
Program 13

Bob Hansen-- “Panoramas”

In his presentation, Bob will discuss:
Why – do I want a panorama of….
What – is a panorama…
How do I make one - do I have to learn a new skill?
Do I have to  buy and learn how to use special equipment?
Do I have to buy and learn new software?
This program will answer these questions and enable you to make panoramas if you are not already doing so.

Thursday March 15
Digital Competition 7

Thursday March 22
Program 14

Kenny Epps-- “Impact Portrait Photography”


Thursday March 29
Print Competition 7