February minutes

TMCC February 28 minutes
Dawn opened meeting and introduced visitors.
Announcements:
In November PSA Robert Pratt received an honors award for his Western swallowtail photo. Sharon Bradshaw received honorable mention for her Moose with twins photo. Sharon was not present.
Jeff has an assignment for next month. In March he wants you to bring your 10 different shots on a flash drive. The challenge is to find your subject and shoot it 10 different ways, later Ed will show his.
Treasurer report: Ona started out with 543, She paid out 317. There was 745 in dues collected, for a balance of 971.53.
There is a deadline for the National Monument Calendar photo contest РMarch 31. See Angela’s post on our website for more details.
Dawn passed around some flyers on a former club member who has some camera equipment for sale.
Other new business:
Events: March 9th: Waterdrop class from 7 to 9 pm. Bring camera, tripod, and things to reflect into water.
March 25: Street shoot in Telluride. Meeting at Baked in Telluride. On Fir Street at 0830. Email Renee please if coming: reneewalen@gmail.com  There is on street parking in Telluride, pay meters. There is a free lot at Mountain Village called the Heritage parking garage and then you can ride the free gondola to Telluride and get great views.
Next Meeting March 28 Donna Fullerton presents her photo walks at Yellowstone with National Geographic magazine.
Next Tuesday March 7 Ed wants to have his print meeting at Library. (This was changed to the college due to number of people who signed up).
Presentation:
Mike Brown gave his presentation on Color space, and how to get best results when working on your computer screen.
Presentation:
Ed Kunzelman gave his presentation on photographing rusty old car 10 different ways.

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