Tag: Photography Club

PCQC April Photo Contest—Birds

1st Place - Crested Caracara Landing by John Tubbs

Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly member’s contest, with April having the topic of birds. Each club member could enter up to three photos taken in the last three years. This subject was an extremely popular one for the members and drew 42 entries. All of our entries were…

January’s Annual Open Photo Contest

1st place

Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued its monthly contest with January being the annual Quail Creek Open Contest. Any resident of Quail Creek could enter one photo taken in the last three years. This subject was a popular one and drew 23 entries. All of the photos can be seen on our…

December 2019 PCQC Photo Contest

Jim Burkstrand The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued its monthly members’ contest, with November having an open topic. Each club member could enter up to three photos taken in the last three years. This subject was a popular one for the members and drew 42 entries. All of the photos can be seen on our…

PCQC photo contest – Flowers

Third place, Lois Haglund Twin Blooms

The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly members’ contest with May having the topic of flowers. Each club member could enter up to three photos taken in the last three years. This subject proved to be very popular and drew 37 entries. All of the photos can be seen on our Flickr…

PCQC footwear photo contest

The Photo Club of Quail Creek continued with its monthly member’s contest with March having the topic of footwear. Each club member could enter up to three photos taken in the last three years. This subject proved to be a little more challenging but still drew 25 entries. All of the photos can be seen…

Photo Club quarterly challenge – Dominate Color

The Photo Club of Quail Creek just completed its second quarterly photo challenge which had a theme of Dominate Color. Each club member could enter up to three photos which had to be taken within the calendar quarter. And the photographer/artist could post process the photo in any way, including using Photoshop filters and manipulation.…