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Darkroomers Monthly Critique Night

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When:
October 21, 2020 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
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Where:
Zoom
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Darkroomers Monthly Critique Night @ Zoom | San Diego | California | United States

Join us for our Monthly Critique Night via Zoom!

Our judge for October is Lin Craft.

Members will be emailed with Zoom meeting information. If you’d like to attend as a guest, please contact us to be added to the guest list.

Image critiques are available for members only. If you’d like more information about joining Darkroomers, please check out our membership page and email us if you have any questions.

About Our Judge

Lin Craft, FPSA, FSCACC, is a retired marine biologist residing in Fallbrook, CA.  She strives to communicate the extraordinary beauty of the natural world through her wildlife and landscape photography, both underwater and on land. Lin loves to share her images and experiences through her live narrated presentations. She has won numerous awards for her photography (including the San Diego County Fair) and her images have appeared in books, brochures, and calendars. Lin is a multi-starred exhibitor in the Color, Nature, and Photo Travel Divisions of PSA (The Photographic Society of America). She regularly judges for local camera clubs, for PSA sanctioned international photography exhibitions, and last year for the San Diego County Fair. She travels extensively to pursue her passion for wildlife and landscape photography, often in remote and inhospitable environments, including diving under the ice in Antarctica. 

Lin served as President of the Fallbrook Camera Club for 25 years and is currently the Digital Competition Chair. She is a past president and Fellow of the Southern California Association of Camera Clubs (SCACC). As a 30-year member of PSA, she has held numerous positions and is the immediate past Chairman of the Nature Division. Lin has received several prestigious awards and honors for her service to PSA, including being elected Fellow of the Photographic Society of America (FPSA).

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