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New exhibit at the College of Southern Maryland

Lisa Snider

Posted February 03, 2012 in: Announcement  Exhibits 

The Calvert Photography Club (CPC) is pleased to announce its collaboration with the College of Southern Maryland (CSM), Prince Frederick campus, in exhibiting photographs on the campus by CPC members. In late November, in preparation for the exhibit, two themes were selected for the photographs to be displayed - ?Daytime to Night? and ?Southern Maryland in Black and White.? Club members were invited to submit images for consideration for each of the themes. In December, ten images were selected for each theme, as determined by anonymous vote.  Participation by our club members was wonderful - 83 images were submitted by 15 members for the ?Daytime to Night? theme, and 52 images were submitted by 10 members for the ?Southern Maryland in Black and White? theme.

Images selected for exhibit for the ?Daytime to Night? theme were provided by Spencer Johnson, Jeff Smallwood, Guy Stephens, Lisa Snider and Margo Shrieves.  Images selected for the ?Southern Maryland in Black and White? theme were provided by 6 members - Reggie Bishop, Jeff Smallwood, Guy Stephens, Bonnie Bryant, Margo Shrieves and Allen Barth. Thanks to everyone for their participation, and congratulations to those whose photographs were selected.

Club members are encouraged to go by the main building of the CSM, Prince Frederick campus, to view the two exhibits. For those who cannot visit, please enjoy the slideshow of the selected photographs, found here:

Southern Maryland in Black and White

Day to Night

 

It is hoped that this will be just the first of many opportunities for exhibits by our club members at the college. Our thanks to Mr. Richard Flemming, of CSM, for providing this opportunity.


About Lisa Snider - Lisa is a passionate photographer who loves nothing more than picking up her Canon camera and heading out to see and capture her world. She took her first photographs using her Dad?s Kodak Instamatic film camera at age 10, and has been telling stories with her pictures ever since.

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