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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!

  New - Thursday Workshops

Informative, informal workshops, presented by members, will be offered at 6:00 before our usual Thursday meetings.  The cost for the workshops will be $10 for members, $15 for non-members, all of which goes to the club.  A minimum of three people signed up in advance on the webpage is necessary for the class to run.  If the class is not going to run because of insufficient sign up, it will be announced at the meeting the week before the class and refunds will be issued to anyone who has paid.  All classes will have handouts.

May 18
Edit Together/ Grab Bag

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Spring Trip to New York City
June 16 to 18, 2017
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2016/ 2017 Calendar

Event Information
Thursday April 6
Program 17
Member Program:  Presenting our Visual Quest Images

Board Meeting:
6:30 pm

Thursday April 13

No Meeting. Church needs meeting room. 

Thursday April 20
Digital Competition 8

Theme: Open

Stephen Spartana, http://photography.spartana.com/index
Brian Babcock, graphic designer and photographer

Mark Phillips, Baltimore street photographer, samples of his work can be found in the Baltimore Sun Darkroom

Anyone wishing to compete must create an on-line account and upload images to the Baltimore Camera Club Visual Pursuits site.

Go to Baltimore Camera Club Visual Pursuits Website

How to Submit a Digital Entry

Thursday April 27
Program 18

Juli Fuchs-Musgrave

Juli is a fine art photographer and painter.  She says “Photography and painting for me are just ways of seeing.” Juli does some amazing images that are abstract in their content. The process to create these from raw images will be the presentation she is going to show us. It’s actually a fairly simple process working with the images in Photoshop, Pixelmator or a similar image editing applications.

You can see her work at http://www.juliannefuchs-musgrave.com/abstract-c21vq  (the direct Abstract page), please have a look.  

Thursday May 4
Print Competition 8
Theme: Open

Judge: Justin Tsucalas, www.justintsucalasphotography.com

Thursday May 11
Program 19

Burma presentation by Larry Leasner

Larry will give a photo presentation of Burma, now called Myanmar that will introduce club members to the culture, history, and beauty of this ancient land that was largely closed to the outside world until recent years. You will see a part of old Asia that still exists, but is changing rapidly as this enchanted land (Kipling) opens up to the modern world.

Thursday May 18
Digital Competition 9

Theme: Open


Howard Korn, www.hmkorn.com
Shannon Smith, CCBC Photography Department faculty
Tracey Brown, Papercamera, www.papercamera.com

Edit Together/ Grab Bag Workshop 6:00 - 7:30 (Before Competition)
Participants are asked to bring in images that they think can be improved and we edit them together.  This will be like a critique, but with seeing the actual changes, and explaining and exploring the tools available in PS to make those changes.
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Thursday May 25
Program 20

Thursday June 1
Feedback Night
 Board Elections

Saturday June 3
End of Year Closed Judging
Liz Malby, former Baltimore Sun photojournalist
Vince Lupo, www.directiononeinc.com
Matthew Hanson, photography teacher, Howard Co. Public Schools
Thursday June 16- 18
Spring Trip
New York City
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Thursday June 29
Program 21

Amy Berbert

Amy Berbert is a senior at UMBC whose major is photography and graphic media design. She will be showing the images that she has collected for her project, “Remembering the Stains on the Sidewalk.” Amy has returned to photographed the site of Baltimore’s 318 homicides (for 2016). She has tried, when possible, to return to the site one year later and at the same time of day as the attack. Her work is an effort to memorialize and provide dignity to the people who were victims of homicides in 2016.

Her work was recently reported on in the Baltimore Sun:


Her images can be found at:


Thursday July 13
Program 22

Thursday July 27
Program 23

Tuesday August 1
New Club Year Begins
Dues are due
Thursday August 3
Program 1

Thursday August 17
Program 2

Thursday August 31
Program 3

Thursday September 7
Welcome Back Night