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April 21st General Meeting: The Digital Revolution… and What It Means to Me

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  • The Photography SIG and Genealogy SIG are two of the ”creative” SIGs at NCMUG. The development of digital technology, wide adoption of personal computers, and the availability of Internet networking have enabled members to pursue their interests and passions as never before.

    Grace Cheung-Schulman, leader of the Photograph SIG, and Wayne Till, leader of the Genealogy SIG, will talk about how they use digital technology, and will share and demonstrate many of the useful tips and resources available free for everyone to use.

    Grace Cheung-Schulman, NCMUG Board member since June 2024 and founder and leader of the Photography SIG, is a Jill-of-all-trades. Since she retired from her career in music directing and non-profit administration in 2024, she has been busier than ever. When she is not working in her water-efficient “ food-forest” garden and taking care of rescued pets, she volunteers as a photographer and works in information management and marketing communication for some 5 non-profit organizations. She will be sharing with you many of her favorite art, education, and photography Internet resources.

    Wayne Till, leader of the Genealogy SIG has been an NCMUG member since 1989 and has served on the NCMUG board for 15 years. He has been retired for 15 years and remains active as a docent at Shollenberger Wetland Park, a player in the Petaluma Pongers group, and as an amateur genealogist.



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    Rohnert Park, CA 94928
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    September 16th General Meeting: Tips and Tricks of Scanography

    Hey muggers, if you want to see how you, yes YOU, can create remarkable fine art without going to a college of art for years and years, come on over to the NCMUG meeting on September 16th. Peter Krohn will be doing a hands-on, live demonstration of scanography, which will include revealing his secret tips & tricks, equipment, tools and his plain and simple answers to everything else you wanted to know but were afraid to ask. Oh yes, and he’ll also be talking about the all important finishing touch, the icing on the cake….creating great prints, on fine art paper, canvas & and a detailed explanation of how he achieves his signature work on aluminum. (Another goodie for attendees, Peter has donated one of his best selling mini-series aluminum prints for our raffle). (more…)

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