Monthly Theme – January 2021

Holiday Lights - cafe art by Ludwig Keck

“Holiday Lights and Fireworks”

Our theme for this month is “Holiday Lights and Fireworks” – pick any photo of your choice and submit it as usual. The photos will be shown at the January meeting.

Critiques

The photos will be critiqued. Learn what works, what could be improved in your photo.

The photo can be from your archive. You are encouraged, of course, to do some new photography for this. Do it safely!

Submit your entry no later than January 9, 2021, for it to be included in the meeting theme and critique session.

Click HERE to go to the submission page.

Monthly Theme – December 2020

“Wild Card”

Our theme for this month is “Wild Card” – pick any photo of your choice and submit it as usual. The “Wild Card” photos will be shown at the December meeting. This will be a “show and tell”, the photos will not be critiqued. You will have about a minute to tell about your image – anything about it you wish to share.

The photo can be from your archive. You are encouraged, of course, to do some new photography for this. Do it safely!

In the entry form there is a text section, Description. Here you may share anything you wish the host to use when introducing your photo.

Submit your entry no later than December 5, 2020, for it to be included in the meeting theme and critique session.

Click HERE or the image below to go to the submission page.

Photo by Tracey Rice

Monthly Theme – November 2020

PTC Photo Club Colorful Leaves

Colorful Leaves

Our theme entries of member photos will be shown and discussed at the November meeting.

You are encouraged to submit one of your photos that is on topic.

The photo can be from your archive. You are encouraged, of course, to do some new photography for this. Do it safely!

In the entry form there is a text section, Description. Tell about the photo and any other information you wish to share.

Submit your entry no later than November 7, 2020, for it to be included in the meeting theme and critique session.

Click HERE or the image below to go to the submission page.

Monthly Theme – October 2020

Long-Exposure Photography

Our theme entries of member photos will be shown and discussed at the October meeting.

You are encouraged to submit one of your photos that is on topic.

The photo can be from your archive. You are encouraged, of course, to do some new photography for this. Do it safely!

In the entry form there is a text section, Description. Tell about the photo and any other information you wish to share.

Submit your entry no later than October 3, 2020, for it to be included in the meeting theme and critique session.

Click HERE or the image below to go to the submission page.

Monthly Theme – September 2020

Atlanta Car Fayre

Car Photography

Cars are a part of our daily lives and are found everywhere.  A long and lustrous history of design with interesting lines and shapes, art both standing still and in motion.  Subjects run the gamut of Power and Elegance to Beat up Junk.  It is all fair game and can be interesting to a photographer’s eye.    

Submit your Car Photography Photos!   

Our theme entries of member photos will be shown and discussed at the September meeting.

The photo can be from your archive. You are encouraged, of course, to do some new photography for this. Do it safely!

In the entry form there is a text section, Description. Tell about the photo and any other information you wish to share.

Submit your entry no later than September 5, 2020, for it to be included in the meeting theme and critique session.

Click HERE or the image below to go to the submission page.

Atlanta Car Fayre

Monthly Theme – August 2020

Four-legged Mammals

This month, we’re looking for animal photos.  Specifically, mammals are our targets—including your own four-legged pets if you like. In the future, we might solicit photos of other critters such as birds, fish, frogs, etc., but for this time it’s all about four-legged mammals. Here are some popular destinations you might want to try: 

  • Pinckneyville Dog Park (Berkeley Lake) or Newtown Dog Park (Johns Creek)
  • Jones Bridge Park, Simpsonwood, or Pinckneyville Park for deer, squirrels, and chipmunks
  • The Chattahoochee River for beavers and river otters
  • Pinckneyville Park pond on “baseball field side” of the road for beavers at dusk and dawn
  • Zoo Atlanta for giraffes, elephants, gorillas, rhinos, antelopes, and lions
  • The Georgia Aquarium for sea otters, seals, sea lions, and other aquatic mammals
  • Horses at  the Equestrian Center of Wills Park (Alpharetta), Foxcroft Farm (Milton), and The Farm at Pamelot (Alpharetta). 

We look forward to seeing a photo of your close encounter with a 4-legged mammal you think is really special!

Our theme entries of member photos to be shown and discussed at the August meeting.

You are encouraged to submit one of your photos that is on topic.

The photo can be from your archive. You are encouraged, of course, to do some new photography for this. Do it safely!

In the entry form there is a text section, Description. Tell about the photo and any other information you wish to share.

Submit your entry no later than August 8, 2020, for it to be included in the meeting theme and critique session.

Click HERE or the image below to go to the submission page.

Our theme photo was supplied by Tracey Rice