Tri-County Camera Club to hold reception for members’ work at Nutley Library

Photos by Tri-County Camera Club members


The Tri-County Camera Club will exhibit members’ work at the Nutley Free Public Library during the month of February, and will hold a reception for the exhibit on Saturday, Feb. 4, from 2 to 4 p.m.

Attendees will learn what makes a good photograph, how camera clubs can help you to improve your photography, and how to turn your own successful photographs into coffee table books. They will also learn more about photography at a mini workshop given by a Tri-County member. Finally, members will review and critique single photographs or portfolios that photographers bring to the reception.

Subject matter on the walls of the library throughout the month will include nature images, such as flowers and birds, architectural images, and landscape and close-up images. All photographs have won ribbons in recent Tri-County competitions and provide an excellent sample of current work done in the club.

The reception has been designed to promote the club’s activities during the remainder of the 2011-2012 season, which will feature a series of informational programs designed to help amateur photographers take more creative and more professional pictures. Other meetings will feature regular club competitions.

All meetings begin at 8 p.m. at Nutley High School, and are held in the teachers’ cafeteria. The general public may attend all meetings at no cost, but must be members to compete.

For further information, please go to the club website at, or call 973-820-7111.


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