June 2014 S4C Report


S4C News
2013-2014 AWARDS & INSTALLATION BANQUET PRESENTATIONS:
S4C HONORS

Congratulations to Tina Crowe and David Wilkins for receiving their AS4C Honor this year.

Interclub report:

PICTORIAL INTERCLUB COLOR

HI POINTWINNER: SKILL LEVEL A

GOLD- LANCASTER

EOY PICTORIAL INTERCLUB COLOR-SKILL LEVEL- A

Rock Myers    HM            Really_Cool_Car
Douglas Wade    HM            First Desert Snow
Pam Vick    BRONZE        Hall-Of-Time_1140    
Holly Peskin    GOLD             Sail Away

EOY PICTORIAL INTERCLUB COLOR SKILL LEVEL–AA

P. Dale Ware    HM            Brown Pelican Yawning
Susan Liberto     SILVER        Kestrel Food Pass
Susan Liberto     BEST OF SHOW     TALL SHIPS

S4C 2014 INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION

The Southern California Council of Camera Clubs (S4C) 49th International Exhibition of Photography 2014 is now open for entries. There are 14 sections across 5 divisions. Entries close July 12, 2014.  http://www.pcms-photo.org/exhibitions

UEN

For S4C Interclub and to participate as an Individual, you MUST have a UEN to enter. If you do not have one, please go to the S4C website and request yours today (just takes about 5 min)!
When sending an image for Interclub, please send me your UEN. If you have any questions about S4C, the Honors, or wish to send me images, please email me at bonniejmatthews@hotmail.com, or don’t hesitate to call Bonnie Matthews.

 


by Bonnie J Matthews-Franke

Bonnie has been taking pictures since she was a little girl, but she didn't get into digital photography until about 2009, just before she joined the club.

Matthews-Franke finds the club to be very beneficial to her. The interaction with other members, being able to ask questions, the workshops and the knowledge that I take away from the club is phenomenal.

She believes the meetings, workshops and field trips are very beneficial, specially to the new members. Her favorites were the Fall Color Trips; Mono Lake Trips and the workshops were she had her camera and could play along.

She love landscapes. She just finished a vacation trip to Oregon where she photographed lighthouses, old barns and covered bridges. The older the structure the better Smile.
She also loves portraits, and shooting in her own studio.

Matthews-Franke has more than a few Canon's, a Canon 7D, a Canon 5D MKII and a few more with a variety of lenses and accessories. Her favorite lens is a 28-135mm ,70-200mm. & 100mm.

Matthews-Franke was our secretary of the club for a few years and helped made many changes to help us grow.

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