Clicks–The Monthly Newsletter of the Jacksonville Camera Club—Published its Final Issue in December of 2017.
The collection of past issues will be archived together on the website in a to-be-determined location. In the meantime you may download these issues here.
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December Clicks includes: 4th Quarter Digital and Print Results, Christmas Party Pictures
August Clicks includes Which Tripod to Buy?, A Walk Through the Cummer and The Website – One Year Later
July Clicks includes memorial features about Jim Lowell, 2nd Quarter Digital Results
May Clicks includes: First Quarter Print Results, LPIG Photo Shoot, Swamp Fantasies and Nightmares
April Clicks includes: First Quarter Digital Results, Boneyard Beach, Last LPIG Pictures
February Clicks includes: Shenandoah, Jekyll Island and Annual Banquet Pictures
December Clicks includes: An Inspiration, A Trip to DeLeon Springs State Park, 4th Quarter Digital Results
November Clicks includes: Monochrome Results, Clearwater Skimmers, Glennie Nature
Second part to Jim Lowell’s Monochrome discussion, 3rd quarter digital and print results, Dee Hartmann’s trip to North Carolina.
This is the first edition by the new Editor John Neel. It includes a Clicks and Clacks article about Jim Lowell discussing Monochrome and John Neel’s trip to Russia.
Second quarter digital winning pictures, outing candids, and a good biography
Big news this month is John Neel is the new Clicks editor starting in September.
Calloway Gardens, May outing, Doug Griffin videographer, F3C 1st Triannual Digital, Jim Gutru
Orchid contest winners, First quarter print winners, the digital winners LPIG portrait group.
Annual Awards candids, and pictures of all of the winners of the annual competition,
Lots to check out in this issue, like the Awards banquet coverage, Jan Vallely’s Outing Program, Dudley Farms, Don Fraser. Olustee and the Help Corner