Baltimore Camera Club meets
every Thursday night
Mount Washington United Methodist Church
5800 Cottonworth Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209
Meetings start at 8:00pm. Please arrive at 7:30pm for socializing and club business.
|Thursday, August 1
||Start of 2019/2020 Club Year
- Pay Dues Now
|Thursday, November 28
|Thursday, December 5
||Speaker: Baltimore Camera Club
member, Kenny Epps - “My Journey as a Church
Portrait and Event Photographer Here and Abroad,
Kenny Epps, a certified professional photographer, graduated from the Washington School of Photography and has a studio located in Owings Mills, Maryland. Kenny has always been interested in the field of Photography since his earlier studies at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore College.
In 2005, Kenny, while sitting in his home church service, received a spiritual awakening and a call to get involved in world missionary work. Within 60 days of that call to missionary work, Kenny found himself serving on a team of 19 halfway around the world on the shores Indonesia helping the Tsunami victims. From this first step of faith Kenny has been led on over 17 missionary trips all over the world. He has worked and capture images in countries such as El Salvador, Kiva, Hatti, Cuba, Costa Rica, Bulgaria, Honduras, and more. His most recent trip this past September has taken him to the providence of Addis in Ethiopia Africa.
Along with photographing Internationally, Kenny specializes in church and event photography. He is currently the lead photographer at Trinity Life Church in Lutherville, Md which serves a congregation of about 3000. Kenny is their go-to photographer for all of their most important event, including street photography.
In his talk, Kenny will present an array of his photo work, and what it takes to be a missionary/church/event photographer. Kenny will also give you an honest talk on his approaches and gear used to shoot in churches, on location, in events, and on the streets anywhere. Kenny says that his purpose of photography is to use God’s eyes to show us the plight and joy of mankind. Sit back and enjoy this spiritual eye capturing journey with him.
|Thursday, December 12
||Digital Competition 4
Theme: Images inspired by Edgar Allan Poe or His Writings
Judge: Mike Thomas
Mike is a member of the Arundel Camera Club and the Bowie-Crofton Camera Club. You can find some of his work on his website: https://mikethomas.photosBoard Meeting at 6:30 p.m. - All are welcome
|Thursday, December 19
||Holiday Potluck at 7:30 pm
|Thursday, December 26
|Thursday, January 2
||Print Competition 4
|Thursday, January 9
||Speaker: “Working with Models for
Portraits”, Tracey Brown.
Tracey,a commercial and editorial photographer, is a graduate of Goucher College and lives in Baltimore, Maryland. She has a fine art background, as well as years of experience, with clients like the University of Maryland, GBMC, Adventist Healthcare, and many others. “I use lighting as a means to sculpt the subject and create an image that emotionally engages the viewer.” Tracey’s website: https://www.papercamera.com
Board Meeting at 6:30 p.m. - All are welcome
|Thursday, January 16
||Digital Competition 5
|Thursday, January 23
|Thursday, January 30
||Print Competition 5