Please join our vice chair Alexander S. Kunz for a fall-color hike on Palomar Mountain’s Observatory Trail. The hike is about 4 miles (out and back) with an estimated 650 feet of elevation change. We start at the Observatory Campground day-use parking area and hike to where the trail meets Canfield Road, near the entrance to the Observatory. We hike back the way we came.
You are invited to join our vice president Alexander S. Kunz for our October 2019 activity: sunrise photos at the tide pools of Hospital Point in La Jolla. Please continue reading if you’re interested.
You are invited to the October 2019 meeting of the Sierra Club San Diego Chapter Photo Section at the Serra Mesa/Kearny Mesa Library Community Room. Our presenter this month is local landscape photographer Bill Evarts with his presentation “There’s a picture in there somewhere.” Please continue reading if you’re interested, and find the complete details with date and time at the bottom of this article.
You are invited to the September 22 meeting of Sierra Club San Diego Photo Section at the Serra Mesa Kerny Mesa Library Community Room, 9005 Aero Drive, San Diego, CA 92123 – featuring Marie Tartar and Steve Eilenberg of Aperture Photos Arts.
You are invited to the April 19, 2018 meeting of the San Diego Photo Club, featuring fine art landscape photographer Jodie Hulden.
You are invited to the February 15 meeting of the San Diego Photo Club featuring landscape photographer Larry Vogel with his presentation: “Shooting and Processing Award Winning Landscape Photographs – What Would Ansel Do?”
June 15 Photo Club Meeting – Landscape Photography with Jon Barnes Growing up in New Jersey, Jon Barnes was always interested in photography. He decided to seriously pursue photography when he drove across the country when he moved to San Diego. Jon has travelled a little but getting to see the vast changes that are apparent heading …
Join us September 15 as we welcome award-winning travel/landscape photographer, Lee Sie.
June 16 San Diego Photo Club Meeting – Jeremy Long
Jeremy is a life-long lover of the outdoors who began his journey into photographing nature at the start of this decade. Jeremy began shooting 35mm film and progressed to large format photography before switching full-time to digital photographs.