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Ellen Bedrosian Jaws in the Bahamas Ellen Bedrosian
Fidel Villa Staten Island Ferry Fidel Villa
Mel Machanic Wild Flower #4 Mel Machanic
Ami Dayan Barn Swallow Ami Dayan
Sean Rhinehart Survivor Sean Rhinehart
Ellen Bedrosian Fish Frenzy Ellen Bedrosian
Leslie Young My New Friend Leslie Young
Michael Elliott My Eyes Are Up Here Michael Elliott
Wayne Ross Street Musician Wayne Ross
Dan Kingcaid Fallen Leaves Dan Kingcaid
Joe Madison Kissing My Reflection Joe Madison
Marjorie Forrest Red Tail Hawk Feeding Marjorie Forrest
Alda DeLorenzo Glow Alda DeLorenzo
Rob Sayegh Hidden Valleys Rob Sayegh
Dan Kingcaid Softly Dan Kingcaid
Fidel Villa Precarious Fidel Villa
Marjorie Forrest Pink Skull 2 Marjorie Forrest
Marjorie Forrest Red Tail Hawk Portrait Marjorie Forrest
Tom Babich Manly Beacon Tom Babich
Alda DeLorenzo Wildflower Alda DeLorenzo
Dan Kingcaid Lotus bud Dan Kingcaid
Wayne Ross NYC Blue Wayne Ross
Joe Giordano White breasted nuthatch Joe Giordano
Mel Machanic Water Lily #2 Mel Machanic
Tom Babich A Close Shave Tom Babich
Jeff Norton The Winter Princess Jeff Norton
Ami Dayan Hooded Merganser (Male) Ami Dayan
Dianne Glasner Flight of Fantasy Dianne Glasner
Frank V. Ferrer Freedom Tower at Dusk Frank V. Ferrer
Matt Kingcaid Portland Head Lighthouse Matt Kingcaid
Carmen Platek You fill up my senses Carmen Platek
Marjorie Forrest Red Fox Looking Forward Alert Marjorie Forrest
Evan Zupfer Balanced Meal Evan Zupfer
Rob Sayegh Yosemite Morning Rob Sayegh


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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…

Zen and the art of competition

By Ellen Bedrosian

My feelings about competitions have most definitely evolved over the 10 years I’ve been a member of the club. When I was a beginner, I religiously scribbled down judges’ comments about every image that I entered. Every newbie mistake they criticized (over saturating used to be a big one for me) was dutifully noted, never to be repeated again.



“Bahama Jaws” scored a 9 and I forgot I had entered it.


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