Hillcrest Camera Club boasts regular photography contest

Hillcrest Camera Club will arrange a regular photography contest at their Monday meeting on 9th Feb, at 7:30 pm, in Phillipsburg. The allotted subject matter would be: Prints (both Black and White, and Color), as well as Digital Pictorial and Digital Nature. The program will take place at Pilgrim Presbyterian Church, at 750 Belvidere Road.

The presentation is absolutely free and is open to public. To know more, you can contact Butch and Linda VanSeters via butchvoutdoors@gmail.com. The intention of Hillcrest Camera Club is to promote and share the hobby of photography and also to serve and be served by spirit of co-operation. The club asks pro photographers, intermediates or new members: i.e. beginners.

The photography club meets from the month of September to June on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month, at 7:30 pm, at Pilgrim Presbyterian Church, at 750 Belvidere Road, Phillipsburg,.

Meanwhile, the Bureau of Land Management and the Umpqua National Forest are arranging a photo competition in Douglas County. As of now, the National Forest Service has got approximately fifty snaps but they have elongated the deadline to 9th February to offer more people a scope to enter. It has already been three years that the contest has been going on.

People can enter 2 snaps for every season, and they should be of public lands in Umpqua Basin. Amateur and novice photographers are urged to enter and win. Umpqua National Forest’s Lucero Hernandez told  that the winner is displayed here in their office or at BLM’s office for about six months and the winners receive prizes which this year are camping prizes, outdoor equipment and a lot of really fun stuff.

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