Last Chance to See the Best of the Staten Island Camera Club!

STATEN ISLAND, NY — The most important factor in photography is time. Or maybe it’s light. Or neither. What are time and light if there’s no contrast?

The best short definition of photography? “Fixing a shadow.”

Time, light and shadow are all part of the “Best of the Staten Island Camera Club,” a small showcase this month in Wagner College’s Spotlight Gallery. The club, formerly called the Color Photographers Club of Staten Island, is 58 years old this year.

The show is a juried exhibition, vetted by judges associated with a local network of camera clubs. The 15 participants all achieved the judges blessing, namely high rankings.  Continue reading the story at SILive >>>

FREE Exhibit of prize winning photographs by club members will run through Aug. 17. 

The participating photographers are Dennis Arculeo, Jen Burtner, Barbara Feist, Marge Fernandez, Carolyn Flynn, Mary Fulks, Diane Griffiths, Mark Harris, Jeanne Killackey, Carol Mayr, Eric Mayr, Len Rachlin, Hilda Rubin, Paul Rubin and Dennis Smith. Check the Wagner College Web site for library hours and directions.

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