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Award Winning Images

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These images are winners in 2018 monthly club member competitions.

Images are identified by title; award (1st, 2nd, 3rd, honorable mention, Best in Show); category (B = Beginner, A = Advanced, M= Master); followed by photographer’s name, date.

Enjoy, but remember: all are copyrighted by the photographer. Contact us on Facebook or by email if you want more information. Or, do an online search for “stock photos.”

 

We won! The Bird Stays in Fort Worth

The Fort Worth Camera Club captured the 2018 annual competition with the Dallas Camera Club by a score of 345 to 338.

Judges reviewed 15 prints and 15 digital images from each club scoring each with the competition scale of 1-5.

Judges were Jeff Grimm, long-time instructor and member of the Association of Texas Photography Instructors;  commercial photographer Steve Kozak; and David Thomason, Dallas-area photographer. Judges viewed images at the Oct. 4 meeting. (As with monthly club competitions, judges are not members of either club and do not have information about entrants.)

The 2018 top winners in each category are:

Prints

  • 1st Place – Hal Waller, Fort Worth – The Eagle Hunter
  • 2nd Place – Jeff Heyer, Fort Worth – An Evening in Manarola
  • 3rd Place – Steve Donovan, Dallas – Reflections of Singapore
  • Honorable Mention – Hugh Adams, Dallas – Calla Lillies

Digital

  • 1st Place – David Morgan, Fort Worth – African Sunrise; above
  • 2nd Place – Shelley Vandegrift, Dallas – Setting Sail
  • 3rd Place – Alan Whiteside, Dallas – In Step
  • Honorable Mention – Brian Fesko, Fort Worth – Nearly Chow Time

The Bird trophy will remain perched on the podium at club meetings in 2019; learn more about the contest; find scores (members only.)

View Fort Worth and Dallas digital entries and available print winners:

 

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Jay Miller on Copyright: Nov. 1

Did you miss Jay’s presentation? He shared his experience with photo ownership  and answered questions about the need to register your photos. Jay’s recommended guides are “The Photographer’s Legal Guide” by attorney and professional photographer Carolyn Wright, and “The Copyright Zone: a Legal Guide for Photographers and Artists in the Digital Age,”  by attorney Edward Greenberg and Jack Reznicki.

  • 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 1
  • UNT Health Science Center, Research and Education Building, Room 100; find directions

Jay Miller, a professional aviation photographer, will give a short presentation on photo copyright based on a recent experience he had with a major client.

The importance of copyright remains one of the big elephants in the room for most professional – and even non-professional – photographers. Ninety-five percent do not register their photographs and do not fully understand the importance of doing so. For Jay, it was a lesson learned – but one with a happy ending.

jay-miller-1x1Jay received the International Society for Aviation Photography (ISAP) George Hall Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018. The award recognizes outstanding individuals whose initiative and dedication to aviation photography has improved the profession and positively influenced others. He co-founded ISAP in 2000 and led the organization until 2013.

Jay also is the club’s November competition judge.

Join us!

  • Attend an event; all are open to anyone interested in photography, but competition is open only to members who have paid current year dues.
  • Pay dues for the calendar year at the January meeting or upon joining.
  • Dues are $40 for individuals and $20 for students age 18 or younger.
  • Dues are reduced after July 1.

We meet at 7 p.m. the first and third Thursday of each month in the Fort Worth Cultural District, at the UNT Health Science Center, 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd. Our meeting room is in the Research and Education Building at the corner of Clifton Street and Camp Bowie. Enter the free parking lot and go to the lower level to find Room 100, Everett Hall.

Come to a meeting, attend a workshop or an outing and join like-minded enthusiasts.

Fort Worth skyline, above, by Roy O’Rear.