Photography Club hosts renowned speaker May 18

Close Encounters

Close Encounters

Shirley Waterhouse

The Photography Club will again host a world class speaker. Steve Kozak will judge and critique club member submitted photos on May 18 at 7:00 p.m. in room 104 of the CATC building.

Steve has authored numerous books, produced instructional DVDs, hosted photographic adventures and is a sought-after speaker all across the United States and Canada. His work has been accepted into numerous exhibitions including a prestigious exhibit by the Eastman Kodak Company and Walt Disney World Epcot Center. In addition his work has been selected for the permanent “Loan Collection” that travels the world to promote Professional Photographers of America. He is currently in his 12th year at the Texas School of Professional Photography.

All Robson Ranch residents are welcome and invited to attend the monthly meeting on Monday, May 18, in Room 104 of the CATC at 7:00 P.M. The submission topic is Nature.

Photography 103

On Tuesday morning, May 26, Steve Russell will host a class on photography basics and camera questions. You are encouraged to bring your own personal camera and any questions you have about it. This is a valuable service to our fellow Ranchers. This class starts at 9:30 a.m. in Room 104 of the CATC building. See you there!

March first place winner

The March first place winner is titled “Close Quarters” and was taken by Randy Hatcher. The category for these photos was “Danger.” The Alliance Air Show photograph was used to imply great danger as the jets were flown by experienced Blue Angels pilots in close order flying formation. Check out the other interpretations in the display case for this intriguing topic.

The April winning photograph is titled, “Terlingua Sunset.” For the first time this past month actual prints were allowed for submission. The winner of that category is titled “Nature Camp.” These two winners along with all the other prize-winning photographs are displayed in the glass case in the hall of the CATC building. Names of the winning photographs will be announced at the May meeting and award ribbons presented at that time.