October 2019 Program Meeting

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 -
6:30pm to 9:00pm

Meeting Location: Eau Gallie Civic Center

1551 Highland Ave, Melbourne, 32935

Presentation Topic: The Ins- and-Outs of Printing Photographs

Presenter: Dan Striby from Sterling Photo

October Program Meeting

Presenter: Dan Striby from Sterling Photo

The Ins- and-Outs of Printing Photographs

The Camera Club of Brevard’s October program meeting details “The Ins-and-Outs of Printing Photographs.  Dan Striby from Sterling Photo is the premier photograph printer in Brevard County, and he will be our guest speaker.  Dan will discuss all of the parameters you need to consider for printing your own photos and photos you would like to have printed by professionals.  Topics to be covered range from DPI, Color Space, to File Formats, and a whole lot more.  He’ll also cover various types of printing papers you can use.  Do you choose, glossy, satin, art paper, metallic, or others?  

Wow, so many things you need to know.  Attending the September program will teach you howto make your prints to scintillate at their best.  Keep in mind, the CCB’s Annual Print Competition is not very far away.  This is the perfect meeting to learn how to maximize the Quality and Impact for your printed photographs.  This will be a great program.  Arrive early to the meeting.  Seats will fill-up fast.


More Information about Sterling Photo



Monthly Competition

Competition Theme: Open, Includes Creative Class

Competition Type: Monthly

Competition Rules:
  • Members in good standing may submit one print photograph.
  • Photographs must have been taken within the previous 18 months.
  • Monthly and Quarterly contest winning photographs (those who have won ribbons) CAN NOT be re-submitted for another monthly contest.
  • Please write your name on the back of the photograph.
  • Photographs are to be no larger than 15 inches on a side (note: see panorama sizes).
  • Photographs are to be no smaller than 7 inches on a side.  Photographs with special printing techniques may be smaller.
  • For panorama images, defined as a photograph with a minimum 2:1 ratio long side to short, the maximum long side shall be no more than 20 inches.  For example, a 2:1 ratio image shall have a maximum size of 20 inches long side to 10 inches short side.  A 3:1 ratio image shall have a 20 inch maximum long side and 6 2/3 inch on the short side.  The maximum size mount/matte for a panorama photograph shall be no larger than 20 inches per side.
  • Photographs may be mounted or matted. Framed or gallery wrapped photographs are not allowed. The maximum size of a mount/matte shall not exceed 20 inches per side.
  • Photographs must represent the monthly theme.
  • One or more judges will determine the awarded photographs.
  • Ribbons will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place plus honorable mentions.