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The Palo Alto Camera Club

Founded in 1935, and co-sponsored by the City of Palo Alto Division of Arts and Sciences, we are a group of serious amateur (and some professional) photographers interested in working together to enhance and broaden our photographic skills and artistic vision. Learn more

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Calendar of events
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Recent Monthly Competition Winners
Print competition - November 2017
Open
First Place & Print of the Month
Sleeping King
Richard Rhudy
Travel
First Place
Masai Herding Cattle
Roberta Rhudy
Natural Landscape
First Place
View from Vicente Perz Rosales National Park, Argentina
Jim Colton
Special
First Place
Elephant Eye
Richard Rhudy
Judges’ Choice: Our Best 2016 Images
Annual Competition 2016
PRINT OF THE YEAR
Alien Nature of the Staghorn Fern
Jennifer Fraser
DIGITAL OF THE YEAR
Trail to Light
Chris Clare
ANNE MACKENZIE AWARD
Sands of Time
Nadine Levin
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Triton
Elaine Heron, Judy Kramer, Peter Paluzzi
Reception: 19 November, 2017 from 2 - 4pm
Exhibit:  11 November 2017 - 4 February 2018

Prints by members Elaine Heron ("Skeleton Men"), Judy Kramer ("Arizona Blonde") and Peter Paluzzi ("Migration) have been accepted into the Exhibit "Salon at the Triton 2017' at the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara.

Elaine Heron ("Skeleton Men")

Peter Paluzzi ("Migration) 

Judy Kramer ("Arizona Blonde")

 

1650 Gallery
Suszi Lurie McFadden

Exhibit:  November 2017
Reception: November 11th, 7:30pm - 10pm

A print by member Suszi Lurie McFadden was accepted into the exhibit "In The Zone" Black & White Photography at 1650 Gallery, Echo Part Ave (North of Sunset Blvd), Los Angeles, California, 90026

Installation, San Jose International
SOMARTS BAY GALLERY, 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco
Judy Doherty
Two prints by Judy Doherty will be exhibited at the American Photographic Artists SF 20th Annual 'Something Personal' Gallery Exhibition & Holiday Party.
DATE: Monday, December 11, 2017 5:00 - 11:00 PM
PLACE: SOMARTS BAY GALLERY, 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco'
DETAILS  (Check site for RSVP, when available)
668 Ramona Street, Palo Alto
Elaine Heron, Judy Doherty, Bob Carlin, Peter Paluzzi, Judy Kramer, Deborah Plumley, Diana Brady, Suszi McFadden, Claire Liversidge, Tom Upton, Nadine Levin
Exhibit:  November 3rd - 23rd
Reception: November 3rd, 5:30 - 8 pm

Prints by members:
Judy Kramer ('Leaf with Drops', 'Port of Hood River') 
Peter Paluzzi ('Migration')
Elaine Heron ('All in the Same Basket', 'Woman Relaxing in Myanmar', 'Ursa Major')
Bob Carlin ('Time Warp')
Deborah Plumley ('Two Mannequins-Anthropologie Store') 
Claire Liversidge ('Reeds and Lily Pads')
Judy Doherty ('Tree Fruit', 'Farm Day Begins')
Diana Brady ('In Need of a Lyft', 'I survived Coffey Park')
Suszi McFadden ('Lick Observatory at Night', 'Blacksmith's Workshop, Columbia, CA')
Nadine Levin ('Sands of Time', 'Dormant Leaves can still be Eye Catching')
Tom Upton

were accepted into the “Photography Exhibition" at the Pacific Art League , 668 Ramona Street, Palo Alto.  Free parking across Bryant St in the City of Palo Alto garage.

Judy Kramer ('Leaf with Drops')

Judy Kramer ('Port of Hood River')
Peter Paluzzi ('Migration')
Elaine Heron ('All in the Same Basket')


Elaine Heron ('Woman Relaxing in Myanmar')


Elaine Heron ('Ursa Major')
Claire Liversidge ('Reeds and Lily Pads')
Deborah Plumley ('Two Mannequins-Anthropologie Store')
Judy Doherty ('Tree Fruit')

Judy Doherty ('Farm Day Begins')
Diana Brady ('In Need of a Lyft')

Diana Brady ('I survived Coffey Park')

Suszi McFadden ('Lick Observatory at Night')
Suszi McFadden ('Blacksmith's Workshop, Columbia, CA')
Nadine Levin ('Sands of Time')

Nadine Levin ('Dormant Leaves can still be Eye Catching')
Bob Carlin ('Time Warp')