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WHEN & WHERE are the meetings held? UPDATED!
Written by Cranston Reid   
Thursday, 30 January 2014 00:00

Our next meeting is scheduled for February 11, 2014 and will be one of those "must see" events.

Steve and Larry from Armadillo Camera will give advice on using the various paper types, proper resizing for enlargements, understanding the color gamut and color spaces such as sRGB, Adobe RGB and ProPhoto RGB.
Bring your questions for the experts in color management and custom printing!


The Lubbock Camera Club meets at the Connect Church (map), 3501 50th Street in the Mission Plaza Shopping Center behind Wild Burgers. Meeting time is 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month. Feel free to arrive a few minutes early and get to know some of the members. If you’re running behind, no problem, you won't be yelled at for sneaking in and finding a seat. Our meeting room is very comfortable and large enough for our growing membership. The meetings in 2014 are: January 14, February 11, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, October 14, November 11, and December 9, 2014.


The Lubbock Camera Club welcomes photographers of all ages and skill levels!

Meetings are held monthly at alternating locations of the Connect Church, 3501 50th Street (map). Our meetings usually consist of a guest speaker one month followed by a "show and tell" photo contest the following month.  Speakers are sometimes related to the next months contest.  Please feel free to browse our website and join us as a guest at our next meeting.  Just like the rest of West Texas, we have some of the friendliest and most helpful folks around, so see y'all there!

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Basic Portraiture Notes (updated)
Written by Cranston Reid   
Friday, 21 October 2011 01:52

Here are five basic guidelines for creating better portraits:

  1. Good communications: Most people simply don't like to have their picture taken, a reluctance that might originate from a previous bad experience, low self esteem due to wrinkles, weight, hair or a myriad of other perceived defects. If you have an assistant, the lighting can be set up and tested well before the client is invited to participate. If you are proficient with your camera equipment, this projects professionalism and confidence.