To all DPI-SIG members and other interested parties:
A sincere welcome to our nine new members!
Bob Ainsworth, Lara Becraft, John Gellings, John Goodlet, Lovette Houck,
Robin Petersen, Darlene Rowe, Peter Serunian, and Patricia Weber.
Our slideshow producer, Jeff Bilyeau, presented our monthly theme photos of “C U R v E S, S Q U I G G L E S & F L O W I N G L I N E S” for our 104th meeting. Jeff reported that 22 members submitted 118 photos and a one minute slideshow. The room was to capacity and the audience enjoyed the show. Another super slideshow from Jeff, even if his 12-year old computer was giving him a difficult time! He uses Pro Show Gold Producer software for the slideshows. The photos shown at the meeting will also appear on the web site’s page of slideshows. http://www.dpi-sig.org.
COMPETITION DIRECTORS: Nancy Garrison and Richard Tindell introduced R. L. Caron as the judge for our 1st DPI-SIG Competition of 2013. R. L. Caron Photographic Services contracts with Interior Design, Architectural, Manufacturing and Real Estate firms for highly specialized digital imaging. R. L. displayed the winning pictures and explained what spoke to him about each image. The following are the winners of this year’s first DPI-SIG competition:
Advanced: Traditional Color – Blue Ribbon
Jim Robellard – Big Boys Toys
Chuck McKinney – Boat at Rest
Len Messineo – Briggs Boardwalk
David Bosworth – Essence
Richard Tindell – Homestead
Richard Nadeau – Mangrove Morning
Nancy Springer – Mocking Bird in Bougainvillea
Ron Perkins – Reflecting Naples
Advanced: Traditional Color – Yellow Ribbon
Sandee Harraden – A Gift For You
Stephanie Sexton-Campbell – Beach Kitty
Nic Provenzo – Boy on a Ladder
Benjamin Carp – Brazilian Garden
Joe Fitzpatrick – Dawn Launch
Len Messineo – Great Blue Heron Landing
Bob Kenedi – Have You Heard the Latest
Bob Melin – Last Photo Found on Camera
Ron Perkins – Leopard’s Eye
Richard Tindell – Ocean Springs Depot
Bob Kenedi – Pushups
Bill Coakley – Rest Stop
Beginner: Traditional Color – Blue Ribbon
Randi Morse – Captain’s Catch
Rosie Cabrera – Golden Horizon
Randi Morse – Sailors Delight
Rosie Cabrera – Surreal Sunset
Beginner: Traditional Color – Yellow Ribbon
Marilyn Hamachek – Break of Day
Glenn Christopher – Buggy
Shelley Plakans – Burrowing Owls
Jacke McCurdy – True Reflections
Randi Morse – Tunnel Vision
Advanced: Traditional Monochrome – Blue Ribbon
Sandee Harraden – Fly Fishing
Bob Brown – Night Barn
Sara Chatham – Waiting for the Fish
Advanced: Traditional Monochrome – Yellow Ribbon
Sara Chatham – Bachelor’s Button
Bob Brown – Circles
Sandee Harraden – Don’t Run
Bob Brown – Just Coffee
Lorri Freedman – New York Public Library
Beginner: Traditional Monochrome – Yellow Ribbon
Rosie Cabrera – Mystic Candles
Advanced: Creative Color – Blue Ribbon
Christina Skibicki – Distortion of Reality
Nancy Springer – The Golfer
Advanced: Creative Color – Yellow Ribbon
Nancy Springer – Coming Out of Retirement
Jennifer Brinkman – Rhapsody in blue
Nic Provenzo – Scio in the 600 Block St. Petersburg
Beginner: Creative Color – Yellow Ribbon
Jay Feldman – Landing Pelican
Advanced: Creative Monochrome – Blue Ribbon
Della Landheer – Two Butterflies
Beginner: Creative Monochrome – Yellow Ribbon
Jay Feldman – Corkscrew Photographers
Portrait Photographer, Peggy Farren, gave a special presentation on “Tips on Photographing Children”. Among her many invaluable tips, she said to make sure the child is well rested, well fed and hydrated. Get down to a child’s level and focus on the eyes. When dealing with an uncooperative child, employ patience until their mood passes! See Peggy’s class list below and learn more about any genre of photography.
Eric Hansen, Executive Director for the Florida Camera Club Council (FCCC), announced that the deadline for submitting images for the FCCC 1st Tri-Annual Competition of 2013 will be March 31, 2013. There is now a $2.00 fee per person to submit a total of 3 photos in any category. This is your chance to compete on the state level with photographers from 58 clubs throughout Florida. Check f3c.org for all the rules. If you have any questions, email Eric at email@example.com.
ART SHOW NEWS:
Nic Provenzo, DPI-SIG Art Show Director, announced that The Friends of the Library has invited DPI-SIG members to hang approximately (80) eighty framed photographs in the west wing of the Collier County Public Library, Central Avenue Downtown Naples starting May 1st through July 31st. There are no restrictions as to size and type of glass or material printed on. Aluminum and canvas wrap pieces need not be framed. All pieces will need wire with eyes on the back and be installed at least two inches below the top of the picture. Information cards need to be securely fastened on the back of the image with all pertinent information about the piece. You may submit no more than three pieces, with space guaranteed for each member who qualifies. Framed photographs may be dropped off at Sonny’s studio, 5029 Tamiami Trail East, Naples FL 34113, on Thursday, April 18, 2013, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Alternative drop-off time and place will be May 1, 2013, at the Central Avenue Library at 10:00 a.m. If you need assistance in framing your work, either from commercial sources or material purchased from thrift stores, a workshop at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Naples, 6340 Napa Woods Way, Naples 34116, will be held April 14, 2013 (Sunday after services) at 1:00 p.m. You may also drop off your finished work at this time. If you have questions, please contact Nic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outing Director, Ron Perkins, announced the following photo outing for Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at 7:01 a.m.:
THE GREAT NAPLES LANDFILL!!! The Naples Landfill is one of the highest points in Naples, FL and has a birding observation platform. It is located at 3730 White Lake Blvd, off Collier Blvd. White Lake Blvd begins just north of where Rt 75 crosses Collier Blvd – north of Cracker Barrel, and Waffle House.
IMPORTANT: We will meet at 7:01 am SHARP near the beginning of White Lake Blvd, on the side of the road opposite the Fairfield Inn & Suites. At 7:05 AM we will drive together to the Landfill site and stop behind the official gate building. Ron will alert Drew Gretz, the Landfill Operations Supervisor, who will escort our DPI-SIG members
to the birding platform. Be prepared to photograph birds in flight! Sunrise is 7:32 AM. You will be able to leave at any time. No need to register, just show up!
To see previous outing photos, go to: dpi-sig.org, click on Member Galleries, click on Outings.
VENDOR DISCOUNT PROGRAM:
Thanks to Don Fischer, Vendor Relations Coordinator, our discount program is VERY active! We currently have 17 vendors offering discounts to our members. For details about the program, the vendors, the available products, and how to obtain the discounts, check out our DPI-SIG Member Discount Program page on the DPI-SIG website: http://dpi-sig.org/club-activities/membership-discount-program/. If the link doesn’t work for you, go to the DPI-SIG website (www.dpi-sig.org), click on Member Activities in the bar across the top of the page, and then select Membership Discount Program. Don is continually working to add more vendors to the program, so regularly check the website for updates.
A moment of silence was given for the son-in-law of Don Fischer. Staff Sgt. Marc Scialdo, 31, an Army soldier from Naples was killed last week in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan. Scialdo, a Black Hawk Crew Chief was serving his second tour of duty, was a 1999 graduate of St. John Neumann Catholic High School and a 2002 graduate of Edison State College. Our prayers and condolences go out to Don and his family..
A big thank you to Pam Costa for donating books she received from Rohn Engh who is founder and director of Photo Source International, which offers informational newsletters, market letters, and other marketing aids for stock photographers. Engh is one of the country’s most published stock photographers, writes several photo columns, and gives photo marketing seminars nationwide. He has written “Sell & Resell Your Photos”, and sellphotos.com. Check his web site on “How to Market Your Photos”: http://www.photosource.com.
The next DPI-SIG Photography Round Table discussion for members will be held on Thursday, March 21, 2013, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Location is upstairs at 5029 Tamiami Trail East in the Village Falls complex. You must make a reservation because space is limited.
Bob Levin reminded us that the instructional Photoshop Users Group (PUG), will meet at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Naples Florida, 6340 Napa Woods Way, Naples 34116, on March 27, 2013, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. This group is open to any member who has or doesn’t have Photoshop and will cover all versions of Photoshop and Elements. Bob says, “Photoshop is our darkroom!” This month will feature an additional room for beginners. Don’t be afraid to start learning Photoshop! Panelists include: Bill Coakley, Christine Cook, Art David, Bob Levin, Larry Richardson and Richard Tindell. Please bring your own laptops; there are no computers available for use. No reservation necessary; plenty of seating is available. For directions, see the map at: www.uunaples.org.
Lightroom User’s Group (LUG), will meet on Thursday, March 28, 2013, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Peggy Farren’s studio, 2383 Linwood Ave., #302. You will be receiving an email of the meeting. This discussion group is for members only and due to limited space, is on a first-come basis. Please do not respond until after you receive your email invitation.
Women’s Workshop: The next meeting is Thursday, April 4, 2013, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Crossroads Church, 1055 Pine Ridge Rd., just west of Goodlette-Frank Rd. Last month’s presentation on “Layers with Textures” by Cathy Nocera was enjoyed by over 45 people. She enriched our photography with her warmth, humility and knowledge.
For our next slide show in April, prepare up to 4 images that have been processed using Layers with Textures and send to email@example.com. Include a brief description of your technique. Instructions for both beginners and intermediates will be sent soon. On April 4, we will feature Jennifer Brinkman, an award-winning photographer & DPI-SIG member, who will share her process for taking Seascapes and Coastal Scenes. In addition, we will conduct photo critiques, so if you plan to attend, send your photos to be critiqued to firstname.lastname@example.org. All participants in the Women’s Workshop meetings are invited to use the Facebook site. The address is: Facebook.com/groups/dpsisigwomen (yes, it is misspelled!) On it, we share resources, such as great websites or upcoming photo events, and share photos & videos, etc. Remember, all DPI-SIG members are welcome to attend the workshop. Submit any questions to Christine Cook at : email@example.com.
This month’s Glossary term : “Color Space” Every device that produces, measures, or captures color has its own way of reproducing all the colors in the visible spectrum, which is known as its color space. The most common color spaces in digital photography are Adobe RGB and (Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft) sRGB. The former has a broader color gamut (range of colors/tones), while sRGB has a smaller color gamut. There is a third color space, ProPhoto RGB, that was developed by Kodak, that’s available in post processing software that has an even broader color gamut.
Last month’s Glossary term: “UD, LD and ED Glass (Low-Dispersion, Extra-Low-Dispersion and Ultra-Low-Dispersion Glass)” All these terms refer to a glass type used in lenses. These formulated glasses correct the path of light rays as they pass through the lens, making all colors in the color spectrum focus at the same point. Lenses constructed with these types of glass eliminate or lessen the occurrence of aberrations and some types of artifacts.
Please check the glossary on our web site for more digital photography terms!
Next month’s theme is: “A B A N D O N E D & D I S C A R D E D” Members are eligible to submit 6 pictures or a 2 minute video to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please follow the procedure for renaming and resizing photos. Refer to: dpi-sig.org and click on “Topic of the Month”. Please follow these guidelines: Use your name only and the order number you want the images shown. Title is NOT needed! E.g., John Doe_01, John Doe_02, etc. Please do NOT send zipped files. If you like to plan ahead, theme topics for the entire year are listed on our web site.
COMPETITIONS, EXHIBITIONS & PHOTO OPPORTUNITIES
Photo Op: Explore Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary by the light of the moon! The Sanctuary is located at 375 Sanctuary Road West, Naples – off Immokalee Road, 15 miles east of 1-75. See an ancient forest under a bright moon, listen to the musical cacophony of chattering bats, hooting owl and croaking frogs; check a telescope to glimpse planets and stars; and glimpse glowing alligator eyes and night herons. It’s all part of “Corkscrew After Hours”, a series of monthly night events from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. Its 2.25 mile boardwalk will stay open until 9 p.m. for the series extending through July 12, 2013. “After Hours” dates & themes:
Wednesday, March 20 2013 – Stars & planets
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 – Bird migration
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 – Reptiles and frogs
Friday, June 21, 2013 – Summer solstice
Friday, July 12, 2013 – Moths, fireflies and ghost orchids
For more information: Corkscrew.Audubon.org or call (239) 348-9151.
Photo Op: If you’re in and around Lee County, check out a new Conservation 20/20, Wild Turkey Strand Preserve, between Ft. Myers and Lehigh Acres, which is open to the public. The 3000+ acre site sits along State Road 82, west of the Hendry County line, providing wildlife habitat as well as offering photographers a historic Florida oasis. The preserve sits atop portions of the former Buckingham Army Airfield, the state’s largest airfield training base during WW II (1942-1945). The Conservation 20/20’s mission statement is to acquire properties of environmental significance, restore those lands to their natural state and condition, manage them in an environmentally acceptable manner and provide public recreational opportunities that are compatible with protecting the natural resources. Learn more about the preserves by visiting www.conservation2020.org.
Photo Op: The Collier County Fair is back through Sunday, March 24, 2013. This year’s entertainment features everything from demolition derbies to Bengal tigers. In addition, 4-H Club members from across Southwest Florida have been hard at work raising chicks, calves, piglets and other livestock. During the fair, they show off their farm critters in the hope of winning best in show. Something for everyone and a chance to get some great photos! Located at Collier County Fairgrounds, 751 39th Avenue NE, Naples. Adults $10; kids $5. www.colliercountyfair.com.
Exhibit: “Sight Unseen”: International Photography by Blind Artists will be on display through Sunday, March 24, 2013. The first major exhibition of work by the world’s most accomplished blind photographers, Sight Unseen explores the idea that sight-impaired photographers can see in ways that sighted people cannot. It examines our definitions of blindness and encourages us to evaluate what it means to see. Location: Jay & Patty Baker Naples Museum of Art at the Philharmonic.
Exhibit: Naples Festival of the Arts, March 23 & 24, 2013, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., up and down Fifth Avenue in downtown Naples. More than 260 artists from around the country will be represented.
Exhibit: The Annual Florida Juried Photography Exhibit at Rookery Bay Environmental Learning Center will be hanging through March 31, 2013. Hours are 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Location: 300 Tower Rd., Naples FL 34113. Clyde Butcher was the judge for this competition.
Competition: “Camera USA”, All photographers residing in the United States are invited to submit one photograph taken in the United States after January 1, 2011 for the exhibition Camera USA: National Photography Award 2013. The photography exhibition will be installed in The von Liebig Art Center’s Frederick O. Watson Gallery from June 17 through August 23, 2013. The von Liebig Art Center is located at 585 Park Street, Naples, Florida, 34102. A maximum of 50 photographs will be included in the Camera USA: National Photography Award 2013 exhibition. A $5,000 grand prize award will be presented to one photographer. Jurors to be announced. Register at www.JuriedArtServices.com; $32 fee to submit work for Non-NAA member; $27 for NAA member. For more details www.JuriedArtServices.com >Events> Camera USA.
Competition: “Words, Signs and Symbols” featuring recent work by Naples Art Association members. Membership info can be found online at www.NaplesArt.org. Juried by Kristine Meek, of the Harmon-Meek Gallery, works submitted should incorporate written languages, symbols, numerals or other devices acting as references or used to communicate meaning or significance. Artwork receiving Friday, April 12, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Tuesday, April 16, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Artwork must have been completed in 2011, 2012 or 2013. Two dimensional work not to exceed 36 inches in width (including frame). For more information: www.NaplesArt.org.
For Sale: Canon EOS Rebel T2i includes the following: 18 megapixels, 18 – 55mm Image Stabilizer lens, SunPak 600 Pro-Tripod, Canon RS-60 E3 Remote Control, Canon Battery & battery charger, extra battery, David Busch 350 page T2i Camera Guide, Sunpak 55mm circular polarizer and 2 ultraviolet lens protectors, 55mm Tulip sunshield, Digital Camera Cheat Sheet, Viewfinder extender and Hoodman viewfinder eyecup. Selling for $400.00. Contact Chuck Naumoff, (724) 396-4562, email@example.com.
For Sale: Canon ROS Rebel T2i includes the following: 18 megapixels, CMOS APS-C Sensor, DIGIC 4 Image Processor, Full-HD Movie Mode, Digital SLR Camera with 3.0-inch LCD and Dedicated Movie Button. Body Only. Almost new and only used a few times, selling for $400.00. Contact Sandee Harraden, (239) 250-4662, SJHarraden@aol.com.
Wanted: Used digital cameras and equipment for the Camera Club at the University of Warsaw in Poland. Can be used or even broken, Contact Stas Majewski (239) 200-6600, firstname.lastname@example.org or Marcel Seamples (239) 776-4527, email@example.com.
Wanted: Seeking people aged 75 and up! Michelle Tricca, a Naples based portrait photographer, is seeking people to photograph their wrinkles & wisdom for her next project, “Elder Wisdom”. Michelle is known locally for her 2011 award winning public art installation “A Face In The Crowd”. She will be at the April meeting to give details of the project & answer all your questions. To see Michelle’s work, visit michelletricca.com or on Facebook – Michelle Tricca Photography.
PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS & CLASSES
Check Peggy Farren’s classes, guided tours and events. Her classes range from the beginner to the advanced photographer’s needs. Classes sell out quickly – sign up early! There are discounts on class prices for early registration. (239) 263-7001. Check her web site for directions and class descriptions: http://www.understandphotography.com/
19 10:00 a.m. DSLR Operation and Exposure Basics $45/60
19 6:00 p.m. Professional Photographers meeting $25 guests
21 4:45 p.m. The Outdoor Portrait (flash basics) $69/89
23 10am- 3pm. Studio Lighting/Posing with Master photographer Michael Landes $149/$169
27 6:00 p.m. Composition, The best class you’ll ever take to improve your photography! $69/89
4 6:15 p.m. DSLR Operation & Exposure Basics $45/60
7 2:00 p.m. Wedding Photography $99/129
8 7:00 a.m. Birds on Sanibel $139/$159
11 7:00 p.m. DPI-SIG regular meeting
12 6:00 p.m. DSLR2 Intermediate $69/89
16 7:00 pm Professional Photographers meeting $25 guests
18 10:00 a.m. DSLR Operation and Exposure Basics $45/60
20 10:00 a.m. Photoshop & Elements: Creating Great Selections $149/169
24 5:00 p.m. The Outdoor Portrait (flash basics) $69/89
AND, don’t miss Peggy’s Special Photo Adventures:
***April 13 – 14, 2013 – Miami Photo Adventure, $275/$325 per person
***May 2 – 5, 2013 – St. Augustine Photography Trip, $695/$745 per person
***Sept. 29 – Oct. 6 – St. Croix, Virgin Islands, $1695/$2395 per person
To make your reservations, contact Peggy Farren at (239) 263-7001.
Rookery Bay is sponsoring a photography class taught by Gordon Campbell.
Nature Photography Made Easy: 9 a.m. – Noon, $150 – March 27-28, 2013
Check their website for more information: rookerybay.org/photography-and-art-classes
Jim Chamberlain, who has judged some of our DPI-SIG competitions, invites you to spend a passionate 8 days in the European countryside of Italy and France with a small group of fellow photographers. Experience the fog-covered hillsides and sun-draped medieval villages to lavender fields and grape vines of the region. Group discussions and demonstrations will take your photography from ordinary to incredible. The Tuscany workshop in Italy is May 12 – 20, 2013; Provence Workshop in France is June 26 – July 4, 2013. For reservations, www.chamberlainphoto.com or call Jim at (239) 272-3321.
Emergency Wilderness Survival Class: Will McDonough, who was introduced at the Women’s Workshop by Lorri Freedman, will be holding a survival class at Koreshan State Park on Saturday, March 23, 2013, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Cost is $60 per person and a $5 fee per vehicle when you enter the state park. The format is a demonstration and lecture with minimal participation from students. This class is for Adults Only, 18 years and older. Email Will if you want to register for this class: firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Check Clyde Butcher’s new online magazine. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/cd22c46a#/cd22c46a/1
THE NEXT DPI-SIG MEETING WILL BE THURSDAY, April 11, 2013, AT 7 P.M.
at Edison State College in Building J, at the Conference Center.
DPI-SIG has a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dpisig/?fref=ts
Sign on, if you wish to participate. Thank you, Randi Morse for implementing this for our club.
NOTICE: Our membership dues are $30.00 per year. We also have a student rate for membership at $20.00, for age 18 and under. You will be notified by email when your dues have expired and need to be paid. We request that you also continue to make a donation at each meeting, in the receptacle provided at the entry table, to help offset the rental cost. Many thanks to all who contribute each month.
Do you know of any family, friends, co-workers, or anyone with an interest in photography? Please feel free to bring them to our meeting and encourage them to join us! Most of our new members are referrals. Remember to use our DPI-SIG business cards and DPI-SIG brochures to invite potential members to our meetings. AND, don’t forget to welcome new people at our meetings. Those of you who attend regularly know familiar faces, but don’t forget the people who are at our meetings for the first time. We all like to feel welcome! Extend your hand and start talking photography!
Reminder: All Meeting Previews and Meeting Notes are posted on the website: http://www.dpi-sig.org/breaking-news. AND, if you want announcements posted in these Meeting Notes, please give the information in writing, either at the meeting, or by email before or immediately after the meeting, to Betty Saunders , email@example.com.
A RECAP OF IMPORTANT DATES…MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
March 21 – DPI-SIG Roundtable @ 6 p.m., by reservation only
March 27 – Photoshop Users Group @ 6 p.m., no reservation needed
March 28 – Lightroom Users Group @ 6 p.m., by reservation only
March 31 – Deadline to submit images for FCCC 1st Tri-Annual Competition
April 4 – Women’s Workshop @ 6 p.m., no reservation needed
April 9 – Deadline to submit Monthly Theme photos “ABANDONED & DISCARDED”
April 11 – DPI-SIG Meeting @ 7 p.m., Building J, Conference Center
Betty Saunders (for Sonny Saunders & Bill Coakley)
A special thanks to all our DPI-SIG & FCCC volunteers:
Jeff Bilyeau: Monthly Theme Slide Show Producer
Gordon Campbell: Assistant Meeting Photographer
Christine Cook: DPI-SIG Representative to FCCC; Women’s Workshop Coordinator
Art David: Liaison, Naples Art Association; FCCC Competition Director
Laura DePamphilis: DPI-SIG Competition Committee Chairman; FCCC Awards Director
Peggy Farren: DPI-SIG Print Facilitator to FCCC
Don Fischer: Vendor Relations Coordinator
Nancy Garrison: Liaison, Art League of Marco Island; 2013 DPI-SIG Competition Director
Tim Gibbons: Meeting Photographer
Damaris Gonzalez: Monthly Theme Slide Show Producer/Assistant; Assistant Meeting Photographer
Eric Hansen: FCCC Executive Director, 2010 & 2012 Convention Chairman, Past President
Mark Helfgott: Sound Consultant
Harold Kurzman: DPI-SIG Competition Director – 2009 to 2012
Bob Levin – Photoshop Users Group Coordinator
Priscilla McGuire: Coordinator, Volunteer Photographers for Non-Profit Organizations
Chuck McKinney: DPI-SIG Logo, Brochure & Business Card Designer
Randi Morse – Facebook Page Facilitator
Ron Perkins: Outing Director
Nic Provenzo: Art Show Director
Diana Reagan: Coordinator, Volunteer Photographers for Non-Profit Organizations
Larry Richardson: FCCC Vice President
Marcel Seamples: FCCC Treasurer
Nancy Springer: FCCC Southwest Florida Area Representative
Richard Tidwell: 2013 DPI-SIG Competition Director
Orlando Vargas: Assistant Meeting Photographer
Sharon Yanish: Public Relations Director
Betty Saunders: Membership Registrar; FCCC Secretary
Bill Coakley: Co-Founder; Webmaster; Lightroom Users Group Coordinator
Sonny Saunders: Co-Founder; FCCC President; FCCC Librarian
Remember, our camera club functions because of our volunteers. Please let us know what you are willing to do to help keep this a very active, thriving, energetic and fun group of photographers!
A very special thanks to Edison State College for the use of their great facility.
The following email addresses are for use by club members:
firstname.lastname@example.org For members to email entries for DPI-SIG competitions
email@example.com For members to email images for Monthly Theme shows
firstname.lastname@example.org For members to contact the Outing Director & email pictures from Outings
email@example.com For members to send Publicity/Promotion items to the dpi publicity director
firstname.lastname@example.org For members to photograph Non-Profit Organization events
email@example.com For members (or anyone) to send anything to the Club Founders
firstname.lastname@example.org For members to contact the Art Show Director
email@example.com For members to ask questions online
firstname.lastname@example.org For members to contact the Women’s Workshop Coordinator
http://www.f3c.org FCCC Web site
http://dpi-sig.org DPI-SIG Web site
https://www.facebook.com/groups/dpisig/?fref=ts DPI-SIG Facebook Page
DPI-SIG is a special interest group of the Naples Free-Net, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit organization providing education and internet services to over 4,000 registered members and the public at-large. The Naples Free-Net is entirely run by volunteers and the only remaining Free-Net in the country.
DPI-SIG meetings are held, unless published otherwise, at 7 p.m. each second Thursday of the month at the Conference Center, Building J, of Edison State College, Lely Campus. Turn west onto Lely Cultural Drive, at the first traffic light south of Rattlesnake Hammock Road on Route 951 (Collier Blvd.).