On August 22nd, at 6:00 P.M. LPA will host a Monochrome Workshop at the AVSC. We are lucky to have George “Hutch” Hutchison, who has given lectures and judged Monochrome several times. Hutch is a frequent judge or presenter at various Southern California Camera clubs for about five years. Also, he has had numerous judging assignments at Regional, National, and International competitions and exhibits. He will be serving as a Monochrome judge for the S4C International Exhibit for the fourth consecutive year in 2017 as well as the Coachella International for the past two.
Hutch has been an award-winning photographer for many years and still is winning awards. Hutch is a life-long photographer who grew up as a youngster in his father’s darkroom and joined the Thousand Oaks Photo Group as one of its original founding members almost 15 years ago. He currently serves on his club’s steering committee and is the Director of Interclub Competition for the California Council of Camera Clubs Board of Directors.
He is the recipient of many awards including two Best of Show and three High Point Photographer awards at the Ventura County Fair, medals in National and International competitions and high point award in all nine divisions Southern California Council of Camera Club over the course of the past two years.
Hutch will show the ways to produce the best, and possibly award winning Monochrome photographs. Come and enhance your skills as a monochrome photographer by learning from a Master.