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**Cancelled** Print Competition – March 2020

March 16 @ 6:15 pm - 9:00 pm

The MPC March 2020 print competition has been cancelled!

IMPORTANT: The March 16 print night will start at 6:15pm, to allow us a few extra minutes to discuss some important club business and still get out on time.  This is a ONE TIME ONLY change.

The March 2020 print judge will be Doug Stinson:

Doug has been pursuing photography seriously for over forty years. He started as a contributor to his local newspaper when he was in high school. He is a member of the Photographic Society of America, the Fremont Photographic Society, and the Fremont Art Association. He studied photography at the San Francisco Art Institute and is a member of the Board of Directors of PhotoAlliance. His photography has won awards at the local and regional levels and has been exhibited internationally. He created the website BayAreaPhotoScene.com, the definitive, searchable database of photography related events in the Bay Area. In addition to his interest in the aesthetic aspects of photography he brings a knowledge of the technical aspects of digital photography and image analysis from his work with Eastman Kodak and with Hewlett Packard.

In stating his philosophy, Doug notes, “Humans have been creating images, for no other purpose than to share experiences, for at least 30,000 years. It may be the one thing that truly distinguishes us as a species. The only thing that matters in a photograph is the impact it has on the viewer. If your image has as great an impact as a Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc cave drawing, you have a great photograph. If a judge can help you achieve that by assisting you in developing your technique, he or she has done their job.”

Tonight’s print categories are:
Color Pictorial
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Alternate – Landscapes

Definition: Landscape photography is a genre intended to show different spaces within the world, vastness and unending, an expanse of scenery of a particular type, especially as much as can be seen by the eye.

Images in the Landscape Division are not confined to any particular subject, type, or style of photography. Pictures that qualify are seascapes, cityscapes and landscapes.

Judging Criteria
The emphasis is on interest, visual impact, composition, and technical excellence.

Post Processing
Images in this category may be manipulated in the darkroom, on the computer or in the camera in a manner consistent with the standards stated in the preamble to these definitions. Conversion to monochrome is allowed.


March 16
6:15 pm - 9:00 pm
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Marin Photo Club


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