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May 19, 2018 - SLO Camera Club Annual Barbecue

El Chorro Regional Park Mariposa Day Use Area

Our Fifth Annual Barbecue is on Saturday, May 19th

 The barbecued meat will be served at 1:30 pm, but come earlier to socialize and enjoy snacks.

 The Club is providing barbecued Tri-tip and Chicken cooked to perfection by grill masters Pat & George Brown.  As this is a potluck, we ask that you bring a side dish to share.  Some ideas are:  chips, appetizers, salad, veggies, beans, bread, dessert, beverages (Park does not allow kegs) or anything your heart desires!

 The Club will also provide paper plates, plastic utensils, cups and napkins.

There is a $3 fee per vehicle to enter the park, so you may want to carpool.

We need your RSVP as soon as possible to make sure we have enough food for all!  Please let me know if you will attend by Tues. May 15 at


2017 Print Competition Winners

Abandoned in America

Photographer Nyla James Explores Forgotten Places
Our very own club president has an intriguing interest in and keen eye for forgotten farmhouses, deserted churches, vacant motels and the like. Check out this fantastic KCET article, complete with some of Nyla's amazing images--you may not look at those abandonded shacks the same way again!


Celebrating Flowers in Photographs

Links and information from Marlin Harm's presentation delivered to the SLOCC on March 12, 2015.


Daylight Long Exposures using Neutral Density Filters

Links from James 'Crawf' Crawford's presentation delivered to the SLOCC on February 12, 2015. $99 $59


Mirrorless Cameras

Find Pat Brown's presentation from the November 13, 2014 SLOCC meeting here => Mirrorless Cameras Presentation


Photographer's Rights


How to Store a Camera Lens or


Composition Webinar

In this B&H Video, David Brommer starts with cave paintings, quickly works his way through Egyptian and Medieval art and arrives in the Renaissance to demonstrate the advancement of composition and the birth of the Rule of Thirds. From there, he offers a wonderfully comprehensive yet down to earth lesson in photo history, theory and equipment, but most important, he demonstrates the basics of photographic composition and what makes a “good” photo.


Smartphone Apps for Photographers

From Jill Waterbury's presentation on September 11, 2014...her blog => and the three smartphone apps every photographer should have in their arsenal: