March Club Meeting Notes

The March 10, 2015 meeting of Sunny 16 was called to order at 7:05 by Sheila Reeves.

Discussed was the members’ exhibit at The Kirby Branch of the public library which runs through the end of March.

Sheila Reeves reminded members that the club has a sensor cleaner and screen calibrator available for use. Also available is a DVD library where members can check educational DVDs. We do need a librarian to keep videos and handle check out, etc. Anyone interested, see Sheila Reeves.

Sunny Sixteen made a clean sweep in professional category of the US Bank Celebration of the Arts!

1st Place – Michael Ingram
2nd – Sheila Reeves
3rd – Gretchen Gilkey
Honorable Mention – Cheree Federico
Julia Barrick took 3rd in amateur

Women in the Arts entry forms available online at

Up to 2 pieces per person.  Deadline for receiving entry form and $20 fee is March 31.

The fourth Tuesday meeting’s discussions will be a review of Architecture and a presentation/discussion on Shadows.

Larry Burnham mentioned that Horticulture Magazine is doing a photo contest. Contact him for more information.

Next month’s 2nd Tuesday meeting will be mini-workshops.

The main program was given by member Scott Skaggs on lighting.  He presented many photos and explained techniques he used.

Respectfully submitted,

Sheila Lunty

February Club Meeting Notes

The Sunny Sixteen Camera Club held their meeting, Tuesday February, 9th 2015 with President Sheila Reeves presiding.

We had two visitors: Shirish Rathod and Tommy Davis.

The club will exhibit at the Kirby Branch of the library in March.  Please have your information to Cheree Fedrico at by February 25.  Art is to be delivered to the library March 2, at 9 a.m. Pieces will exhibit through March.

Women in Arts entry forms may be found at Deadline for receiving form and $20 entry fee is March 31.

Tony Wychihowski is exhibiting his art at the main branch of the Warren County Library in Bowling Green and the Logan County Library in Russellville.

Fourth Tuesday meeting at the Alive Center is February 24th 7-9p.m. Review of Slow Shutter and new topic will be Architecture

We had a very good turn out for Scott Walker, our guest speaker.  He gave a very interesting black and white slide show and talked about how he does street photography. He reminded us that even in our busy schedules we need to find/make time to take pictures.

Respectfully submitted,

Sheila Lunty Secretary

2015 Challenges

All club members may enter up to 2 photos in the open category and up to 2 photos in the challenge category. Please post your photos by midnight of the Friday before the meeting.
Jan – Artificial Light Sources
Feb – Food/Drink
Mar – Slow Shutter
Apr – Architecture
May – Shadows
Jun – Inspired by written words
Jul – Wheels
Aug – Selective Focus
Sep – Single Color
Oct – Reflections
Nov – Something New (HDR/Panorama/Astrophotography . . . just . . . try something you’ve never done before.)

Here’s a link to the Challenge section of our Gallery.

December Meeting

The Sunny Sixteen Camera Club met Tuesday December 9th for the annual Christmas meal. There was lots of delicious dishes and desserts. Many members brought their spouses as guests.

President Sheila Reeves held a drawing for many nice prizes. Gretchen Gilkey won the best prize.

A list of monthly challenges was passed out for the 2015 year.

John Humkey presented a slide show of all the challenge and open photographs entered for 2014.

An election will be held in January for officers. All current officers except Secretary are running for the same office. Anyone wishing to run for office should contact President Sheila Reeves.

Everyone have a safe holiday.

Respectfully submitted,

William Sledge, Secretary.