This December, the Livingston Public Library is happy to feature a display of original photographs by members of the Livingston Camera Club.
Founded in 1971, the Livingston Camera Club promotes photography as an enjoyable amateur recreational endeavor. Members learn to improve their photography through educational programs and competitions. They typically meet twice a month. In one meeting an award-winning photographer educates members on a unique topic. The second meeting is a competition in which a judge, usually a top photographer in the area, critiques members’ photos. For more information on the Club, visit lcc-nj.org.
In the words of the Club’s Secretary Anne Sorochen, “As in life, each
of our members has a different perspective, which is reflected in this show.”
The photographs portray themes from fine art, architecture, birds and animals, flowers, landscapes, abstracts, and also features one celebrity photo.
The exhibit can be viewed in the Library’s display case till the end of the month.
If these images have peeked your interest in photography and you are looking to improve your skills with the camera, check out our recent blog post on Library resources on photography.
-Archana, Adult Services & Acquisitions Librarian