Upcoming Events

January 17, 2022 11:30 P.M. - Entry deadline for next club competition. Open, Nature, Patterns, B&W.  Four entries/member allowed. 

January 19, 2022, 7:00 P.M.  CCVF Club competition. Zoom doors open at 6:30. 

January 26, 2022 NECCC Nature and Projected Images deadline at 11:30 pm. Enter via our website.

Feb 1, 2022 - PSA Travel, Nature and Projected Images are needed.  Enter via our website. Please offer your work to the selection committee to represent CCVFCC in these interclub competitions.

Feb. 2, 2022 - Presentation -Alan Karchmer - "Architectural Photography" (more detail below)

March 2, 2022 - Presentation - Marty Hassell "History of Women in Photography"

Check the Calendar for Future Events.

Remote Meetings: [For the video conference link click here - must be logged-in]



From the January 5th Program with Rad Drew

In this eclectic presentation, Photographer Rad Drew, shared a host of apps and processes for creating unique images with your iPhone. You’ll learn to create composites, create transparency files and blend them with textures, add special effects, and more!
Links to Apps to Install
  • The February 2nd Presentation with Alan Karchmer - "Architectural Photography" -- alankarchmer.com

Alan Karchmer has the eye of an architect. With a Master’s in Architecture he brings to his work an authoritative sense of space, form, texture, light, and use. He hones in on defining angles in photographs that capture the spirit, life, and poetry of the architect’s vision. 
Collaborating with photo stylist Sandra Benedum they create articulate, well-crafter images with a palpable sense of presence. Her perceptive interpretation of design and sharp sense of color contribute to the impact of the photographs they craft.

For over forty years Karchmer’s photographs have been published in the architectural press worldwide, and appeared in major museum exhibitions. His images help his clients 
communicate their work, win new commissions, and earn recognition collecting design awards in international and regional venues. He is pleased to count among his clients AIA gold 
medalists and AIA firms of the year.

Working with an Alpa technical camera, phase-one digital back, and a full array of Schneider and Rodenstock lenses his state-of-the-art system has the advantage of in-camera perspective control producing photographs with exceptional tonal depth and clarity.

Alan’s career is distinguished by long term professional relationships with his clients. He is 
trusted by leading architects of our time to create the images they choose to define their work.

Alan Karchmer: The Architect’s Photographer   Is Currently On Exhibition At 
The National Building Museum      www.nbm.org/exhibition/alan-karchmer/

  • CCVFCC is in 10th place in the PSA Pictorial series. That makes us tied for the top scoring club in New England.  Thanks to Steve Morrison and his team as well as the CCVF image contributors, Steve Morrison, Stephen Director, John Ward, Jon Rolf, Suz Karchmer and Ed Daniels.  Our top performer was Jim Walczak, whose image, “Seljalandsfoss Waterfall Sunset," won an HM. Round 2 coming in February.
  • Dust off those great prints.  We have an opportunity to display our work at CORD - a non-profit office in Hyannis.  Details to follow.
  • Please check to see if you have your mailing address in the system (My Account).  Ribbons will be mailed only if Vivian Teague has access to that information.

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