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Member images featured at art center exhibit through Aug. 28


Print images by our members will again be on exhibit at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy Street, in the Fort Worth Cultural District.

The exhibit will be on display in Gallery 6 through Aug. 28. Participating club members are:

Sharon Sturgis, Kelley Bussey, Sharon Wright, Aimee Martin, Mary McMahon, Robert Chura, Pam Kisielewski, Melody Schotte, Shawn Gibson, Ken Sparks, Patty Sparks, Roy Richardson, Ron Shue, Amanda Brochu, Steve Baldwin, Pam McPhillips, Ken Spencer, Joanna Sherman, Marsha Ezell, John Nixon, Charles Morris, Bob Hays, Angela Weir, David Bee.  




Statler Hotel Outing


Architecture and history inspired photographers at the July 21 Outing to the Dallas Statler Hotel. The legendary hotel was nationally prominent in the 1950s-60s and was renovated in 2017-18.

Above, from left, Steve Baldwin, Dave Roberts, Julie Delio, Beverly Rozanski and Outings Chair Dick Dodds. Dick's son, Graham, is the culinary director of the hotel's five restaurants. Here's Dick's report:

We enjoyed breakfast at Over Easy restaurant, which that week was awarded “Dallas Best Breakfast” by D Magazine.

Graham gave us a tour, pointing out historic murals and art. These included a 4-lane bowling alley, Asian décor and the Bourbon and Banter bar, modelled after a speakeasy. Julie remembers when it was a barber shop in the 1960s. The Waterproof rooftop bar recently was named by D magazine Best Rooftop bar. We even went into the lavish ladies’ restroom to see the ornate gold fittings and “fuzzy” cushions!

The group braved the heat to find images at the Municipal Building; where Jack Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963; Neiman Marcus flagship; former Adolphus Hotel, built by Adolph Busch, with its Century Room celebrating Texas’ 1936 Centennial (outdoor adornment, left); Scottish Rite Cathedral; and, the beautiful chapel of Dallas Presbyterian Church. Photo at left, and below by Beverly and Dick (car). View more photos by Dave and Julie on Facebook.  



Dallas seminar features creativity, software tips

Explore fashion and art photography techniques with Lindsay Adler at a seminar sponsored by the Dallas Professional Photographers Association (DPPA).

The Aug. 10-12 Little Red Schoolhouse seminar will be at PCS Production Company, 1551 Corporate Drive, Suite 125, Irving.   

Seminar cost is $249, but the 6 p.m., Aug. 10 opening keynote, “From Good to Great,” is free and open to the public. Other hands-on activities begin at 8 a.m. Aug. 11-12.

Adler is a New York City-based photographer whose photos, above right, have appeared in major fashion publications. She has worked with Canon, Adobe, creativeLIVE and KelbyOne, and regularly speaks at industry conferences. 


Boom! July outing features fireworks

Club member David Roberts captured this colorful burst at the July 7 outing at Possum Kingdom Lake. Dave used a Canon 5D Mk III with full frame sensor, and Canon EF 16-35mm f2.8L lens. The image was edited and cropped using Lightroom. Exposure: ISO 100, 15 seconds at f11.

Find more fireworks images from this outing on the club's Facebook page.

The outing was organized by Outings Chair Dick Dodds and past president David Morgan, and hosted by Shawn and Peggy Gibson.

Learn more, polish your skills at an outing or workshop.


Bring your clothing-to-logo to a meeting

If you have an article of clothing on which you would like Red Dog Studios to embroider our FWCC logo, please bring it enclosed in a plastic bag (preferably) with the following information on it:  

  • Name
  • Phone number
  • Logo color preferred
  • Describe your enclosed item

Would be nice to safety pin the note so your item will not accidentally get separated from your instructions.  You can also purchase new items from Red Dog Studios (closed week of July 4).

Final logo price will be determined by number embroidered at one time.  Estimate is around $6.50.

Susan Horton will collect your items and take them to Red Dog Studios, saving you a trip to the "parking impaired" area of West Seventh area!  Of course, you can drop them off yourself if you prefer.  

Questions? Contact Susan Horton at