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 Calendar of Events

January Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 7PM The Mentoring Meeting will be held in the Fairmeadow Church Library. Please bring 2-4 images on sized 1400x1050 at 72dpi or smaller to talk about. The images may be from our Silhouette photo challenge in December or anything that you might be working on that you would like to receive feedback. We will have a short discussion on backing up your images. February Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 7PM A. Shaw will present “Drone Photography” to our membership March Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 7PM Bob Benson will present “Judging Images”. April Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 7PM Barb Lucas returns to present “Saving the Monarch Butterfly” "The number of Monarch Butterflies has greatly declined in recent decades.  At this program you will learn about the beautiful butterfly’s life cycle, its amazing migration to central Mexico each winter, growing milkweed its host plant, tagging Monarchs, and other ways you can help insure their healthy future.  You will also learn when and where to view the most Monarchs each fall as they migrate south through Indiana.  Numbers this year should be the highest since 2008”.
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Competition Dates
At CRPC At CACCA Tuesdays Saturdays October 23 November 10 November 27 December 8 December 18 January 12 January 22 February 9 February 26 March 9 March 26 April 13 April 23 May 11
Competition Meetings CRPC will hold competitions on every 4th Tuesday of the month at the same  location as the meetings. Categories for the competition are as follows: Large Color A & B Divisions (A=Experienced, B=Novice) Small Color A & B Divisions Small and Large Monochrome (Black & White) A & B Divisions DPI (Digital Print Image) One Division only (No A or B Divisions) - send your 4 DPI images to TBD Loretta Sullivan: crpcdpi@gmail.com Rules for Competition Revised CRPC Competition Rules 2018-2019
February 23, 2019 - Photography Clinic The Calumet Region Photo Club will hold its 10th annual “Photography Clinic” on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster.Featured speaker will be photographer Mike Moats from Sterling Heights, Michigan. He is an international award-winning photographer. Nature macro photography is among his expertise. His clinic presentation topics will include photographic composition techniques, working with natural lighting, controlling depth of field, post processing, and more.“The Calumet Region Photo Club is thrilled that Mike Moats will be sharing his photography knowledge with us,” noted Raleigh Wolfe, Calumet Region Photo Club president. “Mike is a world-renowned photographer. He is being sponsored by Tamron, a global manufacturer of optical equipment known by photographers around the world. Those attending our clinic will have plenty of opportunities to improve their photography, regardless of their current skills and experiences.” To register for this event, please click here.
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Calendar

 Calendar of Events

January Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 7PM The Mentoring Meeting will be held in the Fairmeadow Church Library. Please bring 2-4 images on sized 1400x1050 at 72dpi or smaller to talk about. The images may be from our Silhouette photo challenge in December or anything that you might be working on that you would like to receive feedback. We will have a short discussion on backing up your images. February Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 7PM A. Shaw will present “Drone Photography” to our membership March Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 7PM Bob Benson will present “Judging Images”. April Tuesday, April 9, 2019 at 7PM Barb Lucas returns to present “Saving the Monarch Butterfly” "The number of Monarch Butterflies has greatly declined in recent decades.  At this program you will learn about the beautiful butterfly’s life cycle, its amazing migration to central Mexico each winter, growing milkweed its host plant, tagging Monarchs, and other ways you can help insure their healthy future.  You will also learn when and where to view the most Monarchs each fall as they migrate south through Indiana.  Numbers this year should be the highest since 2008”.