Wycliffe Photography Club
Wycliffe PhotographyClub

NOTICE-THE JUNE MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELED. SEE YOU IN THE FALL.

 

NEW GALLERY HAS BEEN  INSTALLED AT THE CLUBHOUSE AND DIGITAL IMAGES ARE AVAILABLE ON THIS WEBSITE

 

 

Welcome to the Wycliffe Photography Club

 

Now that you are here, visit and view the images of our Members in the current Gallery, or on their Member page, by clicking on the link(s) below

                                         

Https://www.wycliffephotoclub.org/gallery-photos/    

 

Https://www.wycliffephotoclub.org/members-portfolios/                                      

Participating With Wycliffe Charities

 

Members of the Photography Club teamed up with Wycliffe Charities and visited each of the 20 plus charities that are supported by Wycliffe Charities. Many of the pictures were featured at a reception held in the Watermark where members of the Wycliffe community were able to see and hear from the various charities just what they do to gain the support from Wycliffe Charities. Below are some of the images submitted by our Members

 

 

 

 

Featured Member - Harry Klaff

 

Harry Klaff covered N.Y. Rangers games for “The Hockey News”, “Hockey Pictorial” the N.Y. Rangers game program and other publications in the 1960s and 70s. At the time, the newspaper photographers all had Nikon Fs. Harry could not afford that then and was using a Mamiya-Sekor. He promised  himself that one day he would own a Nikon, so when the time arrived he became a Nikon person and remains as such to this day. He has two cameras, the Nikon D500 DSLR, and the mirrorless Z6ii, using whichever one fits the situation. The D500 has an 18-300mm lens and the Z6ii has the new 28-400mm lens. The Z6ii also has a 24mm 1.7 portrait lens (which was used to shoot the ribbon winning white orchids below.

 

Today Harry shoots photos of his trips to various parts of the world as well as for the weekly Wycliffe Stiffs Stickball League newsletter. 

When I was shooting hockey in the late 1960s, the newspaper photographers all had Nikon Fs. I couldn't afford that; I used a Mamiya-Sekor. I vowed that one day I would own a Nikon, so I've been a Nikon person ever since. I have two cameras, the D500 DSLR, and the mirrorless Z6ii. Which one I use depends on the situation. The D500 has an 18-300 lens and the Z6ii has the new 28-400 lens. The Z6ii also has a 1.7 24mm portrait lens (which was used to shoot the ribbon-winning white orchids on this page

 

F3C 2024 Second Triannual Digital Competitions -Ribbon Winners

We have 7 members with winning ribbon images. Please take a look and admire their work and next time submit your images. Ribbon places Blue, Red, White and Yellow