Corpus Christi Area Photo Album Project - Part I
August and September
assignments continuing our Corpus Christi / Greater Corpus Christi
special assignment will be shown. Also start thinking about a logo we
can use for the final presentation. Monday's Dual-SIG meeting is a good
time to take advantage of the Graphics SIG talent base!
In the meantime, a refresher of our on-going special assignment:
Take pictures of CORPUS CHRISTI/GREATER CORPUS CHRISTI. We will compile
all the photos-don’t worry if some people take the same pictures. If we
have a little luck, we can make a photo journal or Brochure about Corpus
Christi. Once the first set of assignment pictures are screened, we can
call for archive pictures from everyone’s file. If the result is super
great, we can get some DIGICAM club recognition. Of course this whole
effort might go bust. It is worth a try. Take lots of pictures and good
Bring your ten best images to the meeting, and let us know what you did
to get those shots by including EXIF information with each photo.
To view the
assignment results, just click the button below!
SIG Meeting, August meeting notes for August - September 2007
Corpus Christi Area Photo Album assignment:
October 16, 2007
The assignment for the September, Corpus Christi Photo Album
Project was deferred to this meeting. Nine enthusiasts were
*John Hoffmann had an eclectic collection, all well done. Annual
Beach to Bay pretty girl; Greek cathedral dome; County
Courthouse; historic Galvan House; Bay scene at night, light
reflecting in the water; and a gorgeous winecup the color
illuminated by the sun.
*Bill Draper presented the new Gucci-class HEB grocery store on
Flour Bluff; the new CVS pharmacy on Padre Island: the Corpus
Christi Cathedral; the tower at Blessed Sacrament Convent; photo
of the old 1912 courthouse .
*Patty Beasley showed a deep colored, reds and greens,
reflections in a Bay scene; curlew with wings outstretched,
every pin-feather showing; Dolphin swimming close by; tufted
clouds over the dunes; impressive Lady Lex silhouette; dozens of
Kemp-Ridley turtles covered with sand, shuffling to the Gulf;
topped off by photo of derelict boat half-sunk in shallow water,
*Phyllis DeVries, our newest member, had several outstanding
photos of Harbor Bridge at sunset, beautiful dimming color of
the backlit bridge; backlit palms in the sunset.
Next assignment; Continue the Corpus Christi album project,
filling in gaps of scenes and sites not previously shown. Still
needed: art galleries and museums, the Columbus ships, and
recreational facilities to name a few. More suggestions will be
emailed; your suggestions are needed.
Next meeting: Tuesday, November 20. at the Retama Room, Central
Library, 804 Comanche Street.
For the scribe: Bill Draper