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by Carmen Platek Image of the Year - Beginner color print by Carmen Platek
Mel Machanic First Daffodil Mel Machanic
Elaine Call Orchid Spray Elaine Call
Frank V. Ferrer Cymbidium Orchid Frank V. Ferrer
Ami Dayan Pulling a Pose Ami Dayan
Joe Giordano Smoke break Joe Giordano
This is my good side by Laura Downs-Buma Image of the Year - Advanced pictorial This is my good side by Laura Downs-Buma
Elizabeth Shane A Wonderland of Beauty for the Artists in progress Elizabeth Shane
Evan Zupfer Nuthatch Evan Zupfer
Leslie Young Paterson Great Falls Leslie Young
Wayne Ross Roses and Rust Wayne Ross
Kathy Duke No. 47 Kathy Duke
Three Orchids by Marjorie Forrest Image of the Year - Salon color print Three Orchids by Marjorie Forrest
Michael Elliott Kicking Back Michael Elliott
Rob Sayegh Rain Forest in Infrared Rob Sayegh
Kathy Duke Sunshine Petals Kathy Duke
Sunrise on the Dunes by Joe Giordano Image of the Year - Salon pictorial Sunrise on the Dunes by Joe Giordano
Totem Poles Morning by Joe Giordano Image of the Year - Salon B+W print Totem Poles Morning by Joe Giordano
Joe Giordano Master of the universe Joe Giordano
Orchids by Elaine Call Image of the Year - Advanced B+W print Orchids by Elaine Call
Ami Dayan At Sunset Ami Dayan
Elizabeth Shane Grand Central Terminal Elizabeth Shane
Alison Hein In or Out Alison Hein
Dianne Glasner Being Frank Dianne Glasner
In Downton Image of the Year - Beginner B+W print In Downton's Kitchen by Alison Hein
Piercing Gaze by Wayne Ross Image of the Year - Beginner pictorial Piercing Gaze by Wayne Ross

 


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From the President

Welcome to the Teaneck Camera Club website.

This is the place to discover what our club is about and all we have to offer.

TCC members represent all levels of photographic skills, from novice, to serious amateur, to professional. We range in age from pre-teen to senior citizen, yet we all share a passion for photography and inspire each other in our pursuits. Continued…

What Makes a Photograph “Good”?

Street Reflections

By Ellen Bedrosian

During a recent field trip to the 9/11 Memorial in lower Manhattan, I snapped some images of street scenes with my iPhone to post on TCC’s Facebook page and to send to a friend of mine who couldn’t make the trip. As I was deleting them from my phone that evening, this photo of the prominent black leaders that was hanging on a street vendor’s booth grabbed my eye. The more I looked at it, the more I got lost in the details of the image. Details that had escaped me when I first snapped it. So I emailed it to myself to get a better look at it on my computer screen.

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