Our club is dedicated to help members improve their photographic skills. The club offers programs and support for all levels of photographers.
OUR CLUB ROOM
The Sun City Center Photo Club has a fully equipped, modern facility in the multi-purpose building at 1203 N Pebble Beach Blvd, next to the lawn bowling greens. The club room is used as a digital photography work area for members, as well a teaching station for photographic arts and techniques, and also houses a fully equipped photographic studio. We have workstations with photo enhancement programs such as the latest versions of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. We also have programs for producing media shows. These programs allow members to try software and learn their capabilities before they make a personal investment. Other programs are also available for members, including software for high dynamic range photography. Members also have access to four slide scanners, which streamline the task of converting slides or negatives to images. The images can then be enhanced and saved in a variety of formats. Our Photographic Studio offers members the opportunity to work on portraiture, and still life using various lighting techniques, and our Object Studio Allows members to photographer smaller objects like jewelry and artwork in optimum lighting The club room also houses printers, including a special 17” wide carriage archival photo printer. Members are able to print photos from 4”x 6” to over 17” wide with exceptional results at a reasonable price. The room is open to members when monitors are available, usually Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until noon. Other hours are available by appointment.
The Sun City Center Photo Club meets the second Tuesday of every month in the Caper Room, located in the Atrium Building on the main campus. At 6:30 p.m., a short educational program or tutorial is presented on an aspect of photography. These sessions include valuable lessons for anyone wishing to take better pictures or to learn how to enhance their photographs. At 7:00 p.m., a short general meeting is held. Several times a year, the program is devoted to a club-wide competition with an experienced judge who evaluates and comments on each photo. This provides a learning experience for all who are in attendance. At our other meetings, an instructive speaker presents topics of interest to our members. Our speakers include many from the wider photographic community of west Florida. After the speaker, camera help is available for those who have questions about their camera or accessories and there is also an opportunity for club members to have photos critiqued by an experienced member of our group.
Small classes are offered on a variety of topics during the year for members only. These classes include basic photo-graphic skills, classes on photo enhancement programs such as Elements, programs on developing media shows, classes on working with your computer and advanced topics such as processing RAW files. Once a month, the photo lab is open for a critiquing session, where you can bring your photos and have experienced members give you suggestions for improvement. Experienced members are always willing to help others, both at the meetings and in the club room.
Sun City Center Photo Club dues are $20 annually, $30 for a household couple. The club addresses the interests and needs of all levels of photographers. The dues allow access to the Photo Lab. In addition to the extensive equipment and software, tutorial programs are also available for use in the lab. Our printers include a 17” wide format printer. Our facilities also include a fully equipped Photographic Studio and an Object Studio for use by any club member. The club offers classes, most of which are only open to club members. Once a month critiquing sessions are held and they can also assist any members who have purchased a new camera or want to know more about the advanced features of their camera. The monthly meetings offer a way for all levels of photographers to increase their skills. The meetings, which are held the second Tuesday of the month in the Caper room at 6:30 p.m. with a tutorial for 30 minutes and a short business meeting, followed by a presenter or a club competition. After the presentation, experienced members are available to critique one of your photographs or to provide camera help. Club members also receive a monthly email newsletter which provides information on club meetings, activities such as field trips and classes. All this for $20!
For more information, please take the time to visit our Photo Lab, we are open on weekdays from 9.00 to noon, the address is at the top of the page, or email us. We would love to hear from you.
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