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Lombard Camera Club Shows Presents "Layers, the Soul of Photoshop"

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 540 S Main St Lombard IL 60148  See map

What the heck is a layer in Photoshop?  Please join us to find out!  


Lombard Camera Club will be hosting a presentation by Bill Brown, an award winning photographer.  Anyone with an interest in photography and Photoshop is certainly welcome and there is no charge for this event.  Bill will be providing us with a presentation titled


" Layers, the Soul of Photoshop"


at  the Lombard Camera Club on Monday, December 10th at 7:30 pm at St. Timothy's Church, downstairs media room,  547 N. Main St. in Lombard.  Free parking (for directions see map at Lombardcameraclub.com)


Bill  has been a very active photographer in the Chicago area.   He has offered beginning camera instruction and now teaches Photoshop Elements on a daily basis to the photographic community.



He will be providing guidance on using layers and masks in Photoshop to enrich digital images.


Lombard Camera Club, first established in 1927, is a group of photo enthusiasts that come together to share, learn and compete, all with the objective of improving our art. Photographers of all levels of experience, from beginner to advanced are welcome to attend.


Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month September through May in the lower level media room of St. Timothy's Church 547 N. Main St. in Lombard at 7:30pm. The first meeting of the month is dedicated to education.  The club holds print and digital image competitions on the 2nd meeting of the month. New members are always welcome.  


The clubs is a member of the Chicago Area Camera Club Associations (CACCA). Membership is open to everyone age 18 or older from any community with an interest in photography - no experience necessary.  Annual dues are only $30.00. For information check us out on our web site lombardcameraclub.com or call Don at 630-834-3980 (please leave a message for a return call)


 


 

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