The Weekly is a publication of the Jacksonville Camera Club. It provides a heads up of the coming events and announcements of a timely nature. It contains both Club events and other items of interest to members. If you have feedback or something to announce please see directions in the sidebar. Thanks for reading.
Announcements and Information
The Theme for our October 2nd meeting is Tombstones/Grave Markers. Guidelines for People's Choice is on the JCC website under competitions. Please let Tina Jordan know if you have any ideas for People's Choice Themes for next year.
Florida Camera Club Council (F3C) Print Competition
The 3rd Triannual Print Competition is open for entries through September 30. If you want to participate in this contest, your prints plus $4 for shipping should be brought to the JCC meeting on October 2.
We are currently accepting entries into the fourth quarter digital competition. The window for entries is extended to October 6 at midnight.
Categories are “General”, “Shots in the Dark” and “Be Creative”. You will be able to enter the competition by logging onto to the JCC website and clicking on “Contest” on the home page.
The judges for the contest will be a collaboration involving Ginger Sheridan, professor at Jacksonville University, and students from her photography program at the University. The results presentation for the competition will be Wednesday, November 20th.
3rd quarter digital results will be presented on October 2, with Darrel Joseph as our judge.
Member Gallery Spotlight
Each week we will feature a different member's gallery. This week is Julius Dean!
Happy Birthday to Our Club Members!
Dick Cardell - September 14
Kaylee Manjarrez - September 27
We'd love to help celebrate your birthday with the club! This form is completely optional, but we'd love it if you could complete it in order to share your birthday (just month and day) with us. Use the form below to tell us the big day!
There is almost always a job within the Club that needs filling. Have your request show up here.
Quote of the Week
“At 42, I decided to become a photographer because it offered a means of creative thought and action. I didn’t rationalize this, I just felt it intuitively and followed my intuition, which I have never regretted.”
- Wynne Bullock
Contribute to The Weekly
Have news of a timely nature or an event that is interesting to photographers. Just complete the form via the green button.