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8/21/2013 9:29:00 AM
Explore creative expression in photography at Camera Club's Aug. 27 meet
While on tour at Arcosanti near Cordes Junction, Joe Webster said he was inspired by the angles and lines of the architecture as it would appear in a black and white image.
Courtesy Photo/Joe Webster
While on tour at Arcosanti near Cordes Junction, Joe Webster said he was inspired by the angles and lines of the architecture as it would appear in a black and white image.
Courtesy Photo/Joe Webster

What constitutes a good photograph? Many viewers want a photo to represent a lifelike image, others want to create a surreal impression, still others want something in between.

This month the Prescott Camera Club will explore the world of alternative art and creative expression in photography. Dale O'Dell will present "The Current State of Contemporary Photography" at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27, at the Prescott Camera Club's meeting at Plaza Bonita Restaurant in the Best Western Prescottonian Motel in east Prescott. O'Dell will analyze on the state of contemporary photography in the 21st Century and why so much bad photography is hailed as great.

The Club meets at 4:30 p.m. for a mentoring session, 5:15 for dinner, 6 for a competition for club members, before the program starts at 7. The meeting is open for all members, visitors, and guests. For more information, visit: www.prescottcameraclub.com

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