If you know of another Photographic Event in the Northwest, please contact Bob Wills so he can add it to this list.


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Mark your calendar for a class on "HDR for Dummies" for February 9:00 AM on Saturday February 27 at the Summit Library.

Click on this link to see the images. These amazing images are from the TPS outing to the Pioneer Square district of Seattle in January 2016  for architecture and street photography show a range of styles and viewpoints.   It is interesting to see how others view the same scenes we are working with.  The weather reports said 100% chance of rain, but we experienced only a brief shower and otherwise wonderful light to work with.   Thanks to all that came and shared their images for others to see.   Victor Dallons


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Our TPS Projection Division, continues to do well in the PSA Projected Imaged Division  (PID) InterClub Competition.   The TPS Projection Division competes in Group B of this international competition. The results for the second round of competition are now in. TPS received a score of 61 for the round (Scores ranged from 53 to 68).  So, after two rounds we are in about 10th place.

For the third year, TPS is participating in the year long PSA Projected Image Division Inter Club Competition. Last year, after four rounds of competition, TPS finished in Third Place in it's group. Several of our members received individual awards as well. This year, TPS has been advanced to Group B. This group includes clubs from the US and Canada, as well as from Ireland, England and Belgium. The results of the first competition round are now in. TPS is currently in a 3-way tie for seventh place. One of our members, Tim Clifton received an Award of Merit for his “Flower Talk” and a perfect score of 15 out of 15.. If you would like to see more images and information about the competition you can go to http://www.psa-photo.org/index.php?pid-interclub-competition