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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PACC Member since 2011
- No borders
- Color space (mode) – sRGB
- Width about 500 pixels
- Sharpen for this size (do not re-sharpen if already done)
- Save as JPEG, quality level 8 (high)
- Palo Alto Weekly Contest 2012 June 18, 2012 Categories:- Portraits- Bay Area Images- Views Beyond the Bay Area The contest is open to anyone who lives, works or attends school full time in Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Woodside, Atherton, Stanford, Portola Valley, Mountain View, Los Altos, Lo
- 2012 Juried Exhibit of Photographs by Members of the Palo Alto Camera Club June 18, 2012 At the Pacific Art League from June 1-27, 2012 Gallery open weekdays from 10 to 5; Sat 10 to 4 Article in PA Weekly, June 15 (p. 23-25) This is one of the largest exhibits of curated prints ever held by the Palo Alto Camera Club, and is apt
- WHY SHOULD PHOTOGRAPHERS SHOW THEIR WORK AS PRINTS? June 16, 2012 At the annual business meeting on Nov 30, 2011 a member asked what we can do to encourage more members to participate in print competitions. Currently far more members participate in digital competitions. I think most of us are aware that preparing d
- Details of the event
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- And if available a link to a website of the organization where further information can be found
A print entitled 'Waiting Heads' by member Elaine Heron was accepted in a curated exhibit at the Coastal Arts League in Half Moon Bay, running from Dec 13 to Jan 19, 2014. The public is invited to an Awards Ceremony & Reception on Sat December 14, 2013 from 5-7 PM. All accepted entries may be viewed HERE.
Member Bill Jackson will be having a solo exhibit of his TIMBER photography abstracts in San Francisco in December. Hosted by Paolo Mejia Gallery, the exhibit will be held at Caffe Union, 1830 Union Street, San Francisco from December 3rd through January 6th. .
The images in this TIMBER series are of cut and fallen trees from California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, modified in post-processing to create something different from the original. A reception will be held on Sat Dec 7th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Music will be provided by the Jack Newton Jazz band. Members and partners/friends are encouraged to attend.
Prints by members Deborah Plumley and Judy Kramer will be included in the "Landscapes, Seascapes, and Urbanscapes" art exhibit (juried by Timon Sloane) at the Pacific Art League October 4--24. Deborah's image is entitled "Speeding from Oakland to San Francisco," and Judy's images are "Vancouver Island Beach," "Morro Bay Sunrise," and "Tree and Sky." The opening reception will be Friday, October 4, 5:30--8 pm, at 227 Forest Avenue in downtown Palo Alto http://www.pacificartleague.org.
Dan Hartford is having his first solo show “The American Southwest and the People of Peru” at the Garden Fresh restaurant at 460 Ramona St. (between Lytton and University) in downtown Palo Alto and can be seen during their business hours. Images include scene’s of the American Southwest as well as portraits of the people of Peru.
Show ends end of October 2013.
Two prints by Peter Paluzzi are in the “Photography as Art” exhibition at the Stanford Cummings Sub-Gallery. The exhibition features works by participants in the Photography as Art Program and runs from August 16th to August 30th. Gallery hours are from 9:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Monday through Friday. The Cummings Gallery is located at the intersection of Serra and Lausen Mall and is adjacent to the Hoover Tower. More details about the Sub-Gallery are at: http://art.stanford.edu/galleries-spaces/the-subgallery/.