Welcome to the Rossmoor Camera Club
Interested in membership?
Latest competition winners are here
NOTE: Site is under construction.
Expect frequent changes.
Comments and suggestions always welcome.
Added Camera Clinics to Calendar
Update Clinics on Hot page
Added New Clinic to Hot page
Added some winning prints to Jan comp page. (Remember print winners wanting their images on the site must provide a .jpg version to the web master see "Images on Website" at Notices page
Updated February calendar (no changes)
Added wildlife to Resources Links page, hanks Lou
Added January Winners
Changes some page images
Updated Calendar for Jan 31,Feb 2 & 14, per Stu's email
Updated Hot page with Stu's email
Changed name of Links page to Resources/Links ("Links" also goes after a short learning curve)
All images are copyrighted by their respective owners. All rights reserved.
To share and enjoy activities in photography with fellow members and the Leisure World Community.
To grow in the knowledge and practices of photography.
Rossmoor Camera Club: (we are at Leisure World MD)
Founded in 1968 by James A. McCutchen & Walter L. Greene
Affiliated with Photographic Society of America (PSA) and PSA’s Mid Atlantic Chapter
RCC Executive Committee
2016 - 2017 Season
President: Jon Fife
Co-1st Vice Presidents: George Kaye & Al Tanenholtz
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Co-2nd Vice Presidents: Larry and Joanne Mars
Past-President: Stu Lillard, firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Joanne Book, email@example.com
Sunday Matinees: Al Lukas, firstname.lastname@example.org
LW News: Nina Parish, email@example.com
Name Tags: Gaby Dusan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Computer Support: Richard Bambach
Web Master: Ron Masi, email@example.com
Residents of Leisure World are welcome to attend any meeting are cordially invited to become members.
You don't have to own a camera in order to belong to the Club. You just need to be interested in photography. And if you do own a film or digital camera, whether you have a lot of sophisticated photographic equipment and lots of competition medals or none at all, you will find an outlet for your talents in competitions, photo essays and longer slide / digital shows.
If, like some of us, your achievements are modest and you belong to the "Oops! I cut off his head" school, you can learn or share the basics as well as some of the finer points of photography in the club. Or, if you are just a dedicated spectator and armchair traveler, you can still be an invaluable part of the audience at the club meetings and slide / digital matinees. So, you see, there is something for everyone.
Camera Club members meet the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month from September through May. Programs of various kinds are held in Clubhouse II. the programs begin at 7:00 in the Meeting Room or the Auditorium. General meetings occur on the second Tuesday and competitions are held on the fourth Tuesday.
The high points of the Camera Club year include the holiday party in December and the Annual Banquet in early May or June. The banquet features the presentation of awards for outstanding photographs and photographers of the year and for dedicated service to the club. The installation of new officers for the following year also takes place at that time.
At regular meetings, programs of various types are given throughout the year: photo essays, competition techniques and "how to" sessions and special programs. Also, the club presents a series of slide / digital Matinees, co-sponsored by the Education and Recreation Department, on Sunday afternoons. All programs are open to the entire community and their guests.
A photo essay is a relatively short set of slides / digital images on any subject, with a time limitation (usually about 5 minutes), projected with commentary and/or musical accompaniment, and which may be presented live or on tape or with a computer.
Special Programs may include all types that do not fall logically into the areas of other Camera Club program series. They include longer slide / digital presentations (at least 15 minutes in length) by club members or individuals from outside the community. Other programs of general interest to members may also be presented.
Competitions are conducted for prints and digital images. Specific rules have been drawn up covering the conditions for entering images in the competition. A copy of these rules are here. Prints and digital images are judged separately by an experienced judge from outside the Leisure World community with points awarded to the winners. Judges' critiques often provide valuable advice on how to improve your pictures.
From time to time during the year, the Camera Club plans trips to nearby places of special photographic interest. This is an especially fun part of being a member of the club. We can show our photos afterward at a meeting – and some of them just might prove to be candidates for entry in a competition. Car pools are generally set up for these outings.
Sunday Matinees, the Rossmoor Camera Club’s contribution to the entire Leisure World community, bring a rich array of one-hour slide / digital programs to capacity audiences. Club members, as well as outside photographers, present these Sunday programs in the Auditorium of Clubhouse II,
Camera Club photographers share their favorite prints with the whole community by mounting exhibits in various areas of both clubhouses, and, from time to time, in offices of the Administration Building, the Inter-Faith Chapel and local banks.
A bulletin Board is maintained in the south corridor of Clubhouse I. Notices of meetings, competitions and other activities are published regularly in the LW News. Names and phone numbers of officers are available from the E&R office.
The Rossmoor Camera Club (RCC) is a member of the Photographic Society of America (PSA) and the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the PSA. Membership in this organization entitles our club to participate in their activities such as seminars and competitions and to receive such other services as may be offered. Individual memberships in are encouraged.
A member serves as liaison to the Fireside Forum of Leisure World. RCC provides greeters when requested and offers suggestions for interesting programs.
This is intended to acquaint prospective members with the scope of the activities of the Rossmoor Camera Club. We hope to attract new members and to encourage all members to participate more fully in both the photographic activities of the club and the work of its various committees.
Residents of Leisure World are welcome to attend any meeting of the Camera Club and are cordially invited to become members.