Essex Photo Club Competition

Essex Photo Club will hold its monthly competition for club members with Marie Kane, New Jersey Federation of Camera Clubs and Ridgewood Camera Club past presidents, judging 100 digital images in the categories of nature and pictorial for both beginning and advanced photographers. Members of the public are welcome to enjoy the images and learn from the critiques by Kane. Free and open to the public FMI: Call 973-239-5876, visit www.essexphotoclub.org, or like us on Facebook.

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  1. Bob Thomas
  2. 862-202-4701
  3. bthomas1975@msn.com
Thu, December 07
7:30 pm — 9:30 pm
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Essex Photo Club will hold its monthly competition for club members with Marie Kane, New Jersey Federation of Camera Clubs and Ridgewood Camera Club past presidents, judging 100 digital images in the categories of nature and pictorial for both beginning and advanced photographers. Members of the public are welcome to enjoy the images and learn from the critiques by Kane. Free and open to the ...

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