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December 28, 2015
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IN THIS ISSUE

Announcements & Appointments
President's Corner
New Officers Elected for 2016
Annual Village Volunteers' Luncheon
Crew Members Needed for New Village TV Show
Corel Forum Continues Study of Filters on January 5
Next iMovie Workshop Is January 15
Annual Short Video Contest Deadline Is January 8
Awards Banquet Set for Saturday, January 23, in Clubhouse 6
New Esther Grossfield Interview to Air in January on Channel 6
Video Club Helped Record Archery Club Event--See the Video Online
Video of Chapman Film School Tour to Highlight February 1 Project Day
Video Club Gets Frequent Calls for Help. Why Do We Usually Say “No”?
Wolfgang Kutter Outlines Steps to Starting A Video Project
What's Up With Pinnacle?
Hey! Check Out www.filmeditingpro.com
With the Tech Clubs

 


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ANNOUNCEMENTS & APPOINTMENTS

Closed for the holidays. The Video Lab and Studio are closed until Tuesday, January 5.
 
Easier club website access. Please make a note of a new URL to access the Video Club website: tinyurl.com/go-video-club. It's better than “Go to www.lagunawoodsvillage.com and click on Club Websites S-Z” – our current website instructions – or expecting anyone to remember www.lagunawoodsvillage.com/section.cfm?id=19,0 our actual website URL.
 
What's your membership status? Time to join or renew your Video Club membership for 2016. Cost is $10 a year or $15 for two at the same address. Download a Membership Application from our club website and send your completed form and check to Membership Director Evelyn Chang at the address given..
 
Help wanted! Make our club even better by stepping into a leadership position! The following opportunities are currently (or soon) available:

  • Video Lab Manager (Past President Charles Higginson will be stepping down from this key position soon – coordinate Lab Supervisors, manage Lab equipment, oversee distribution of keys)
  • Video Studio Manager (Tom Nash, acting – training can be provided – coordinate Studio use and manage Studio equipment)
  • Program Director (Steve Carman, acting – plan General Meetings for the club)
  • Project Day Coordinator (Steve Carman, acting – help fellow members showcase their work at these monthly meetings.)
  • YouTube Channel Administrator (open – do YOU know YouTube?
  • WebMaster (Lucy Parker, acting – training can be provided – keep the world informed about the Video Club)
  • Video Lab Supervisors (three hours a week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Fridays – enjoyable work and much appreciated – some Supervisors find the job so satisfying that they've served for years)
For more information on the positions listed, please contact President Steve Carman, steve.carman@mac.com, 424-254-6583. For more info or to volunteer as a Video Lab Supervisor, please contact Video Lab Manager Charles Higginson, mesac504@aol.com, 480-213-7290.
 
“Channel 6: Past, Present, and Future”: This presentation given by Paul Ortiz, General Manager of Channel 6, at our November 19 General Meeting and video-recorded by Charles Higginson, is being developed as an informational program for airing on Channel 6. We'll keep you posted.
 
History in the Making. The Videogram Archive is online at our club website, providing links to all past Videograms and Videogram ALERTS.
 
More Club History. Our Historian Norma Benner notes that three recent Video Club Past Presidents were all born in 1932. Guess who?
 
General Meeting: Mark your calendar. Our next General Meeting will be on Thursday, February 18, 2016.
 

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PRESIDENT'S CORNER


HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope your holidays were terrific, sharing time with family and friends. As the last days of 2015 drift into history, the new days of 2016 appear on the horizon, and our new year’s resolutions are still fresh and filled with promise.
 
2015 was a great year for the Video Club, increasing our membership to over 250. I hope you will all renew your memberships for 2016 and participate in the many opportunities to learn and to share your video project successes. You won’t want to miss the Video Club’s annual “Academy” Awards Dinner on Saturday, January 23rd in Clubhouse 6.
 
Planning for 2016 is already in process, building on the progress of last year and some new ideas. The new Board of Directors takes the helm in January. There are always opportunities for new leaders to step forward; maybe you can help out this year. Our new online Survey will provide an opportunity for you to communicate your thoughts and availability – please fill it out when it hits your email inbox.
 
The GRF Ad Hoc Committee for Clubhouse 2 Renovation will soon turn their attention on the Clubhouse 2 Annex, which includes the area occupied by the Video Club. We will participate in the discussions for upgrading of our facilities. Renovation of Clubhouse 2 is in full swing, and we are collaborating with the History Center to document the demolition and reconstruction process with weekly photos and videos by Chuck Hale and Betsy Martin.
 
Phil Doran is leading the production of a new entertainment program, “Never Too Late to Be Great,” a collaboration of the Video Club and Channel 6. Taping of this show begins soon in the Channel 6 Studio, and we need to build a team of camera operators and production assistants for a few days to support the show. Join in and have fun helping; contact Phil (914-421-9788) or Tom Nash (714-381-0781) if you are interested.
 
Looking forward to a great year together,

Steve Carman, Video Club President
 

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New Officers Elected for 2016


A slate of Video Club officers for 2016, headed by President Steve Carman, was elected at the November 19 General Meeting. Also remaining in office will be Tom Nash, Vice President, and Bob Kulpa, Treasurer. Joan Carman was elected Secretary, replacing Lisa Kirsoff, who has filled this office for the past three years. The new Board will take over following the January 23 “Academy” Awards Banquet.
Many thanks to Lisa, for a job well done! She'll soon be assuming new duties coordinating schedules in the Video Studio.
 

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Annual Village Volunteers' Luncheon




Video Club leaders filled several tables at the Annual Volunteers' Luncheon December 4, featuring salmon and prime rib catered by Jolanda in Clubhouse 5. The festive event was enjoyed by all.
 
 
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IN CASE YOU MISSED THIS MESSAGE

Crew Members Needed for New Village TV Show


We distributed the notice below as a Videogram ALERT on December 22, but are repeating it here in case you missed this great production opportunity. BTW, Phil reports he's already received a good response and is planning a production meeting in the Video Studio on Wednesday, January 6, from 10 am to 3 pm. Join in and have fun learning and creating with other club members! (Please contact Phil first to confirm details.)

From Phil Doran

ATTENTION VIDEO CLUB MEMBERS,

EVER DREAM OF EXPERIENCING ALL THE EXHILARATION AND EXASPERATION OF WORKING ON A MULTI-CAMERA, COMEDY TV SHOW IN FRONT OF A LIVE AUDIENCE? A SHOW THAT WILL AIR ON OUR OWN CHANNEL SIX WITH YOUR NAME IN THE CREDITS?

WE NEED FOUR CAMERA OPERATORS, TWO ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS, AND FOUR PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS. WE ARE CURRENTLY IN PRE-PRODUCTION AND PLAN TO BEGIN SHOOTING IN FEBRUARY.

THE SHOW’S CALLED NEVER TOO LATE TO BE GREAT, AN EXPANDED LOOK AT THE HUMOROUS SIDE OF LIFE IN OUR VILLAGE. IN ADDITION TO A SEGMENT OF OUR SENIOR DATING GAME, NEVER TOO LATE TO DATE, WE’LL ALSO PREMIER A NEW GAME CALLED NEVER TOO LATE TO KNOW YOUR MATE, WHERE THREE COUPLES COMPETE TO SEE WHO KNOWS THEIR SPOUSE BEST AFTER 30, 40, OR EVEN 50 YEARS OF MARRIAGE.
AND IF THAT WEREN’T ENOUGH, THE SHOW WILL ALSO BE PEPPERED WITH SHORT COMEDY BITS THAT YOU CAN TAKE PART IN EITHER BEHIND OR IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT PHIL DORAN, pdoran707@yahoo.com, 949/421-9788
 

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Corel Forum Continues Study of Filters on January 5

A message from Wolfgang Kutter...

Dear Video Editors:
Our very best wishes for a peaceful Holiday Season and best of health for the New Year.

We will resume our Corel Forum on January 5, 2016, from 10 am to noon in the Video Lab – open without charge to all residents interested in learning video editing on the PC, using Corel VideoStudio. Hopefully you all have started a project and will bring a lot of questions, so that we can learn from each other. I will review some of the basics on how to start a project, review "Filters" (which we covered the last time), and expand on this subject.

The Corel Forum will also meet on Tuesday, January 19, led by Ralph Vanderlinde. In case you have suggestions on what we should cover in these or future Forums, I would like to hear from you. Please contact, wkutter@yahoo.com, 949-457-1259. (Click here for flier.)
 

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Next iMovie Workshop Is January 15


The iMovie Workshops will resume on Friday, January 15. Open without charge to all members and residents who want to learn video editing on iPads or Mac computers, the workshop meets on the first and third Fridays from 10 am to noon in the Video Lab, led by Steve Carman. Meetings have two parts –  a lesson on iMovie and related apps, followed by individual coaching on iMovie issues. Bring your tablet or laptop, if you have one! If you have questions or would like to schedule a separate coaching session, contact Steve at steve.carman@mac.com or 424-254-6583. (Click here for flier.)
 

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THERE'S STILL TIME TO ENTER!

Annual Short Video Contest Deadline Is January 8


The deadline for members to submit entries in the Video Club's Annual Short Video Contest is Friday, January 8, at 4 pm in the Video Lab.

            CONTEST VIDEOS MUST BE
  • Member-Produced (submitter's identification in video is OK)
  • 4 Minutes or Less
  • Submitted by Deadline
  • One Entry Per Member
  • On DVD (Blu-Ray OK)

Entries will be shown at our Annual "Academy" Awards Banquet on Saturday, January 23, in Clubhouse 6, where attendees will select the contest winners. If more entries are submitted than can be shown at the banquet (limited to 10 in past years), members of the club's Video Acceptance Committee (VAC) will screen and pre-select the entries to be shown.
 



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MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW!

Awards Banquet Set for Saturday, January 23, in Clubhouse 6

The Video Club's Sixth Annual “Academy” Awards Banquet will be held Saturday, January 23, 2016, in Clubhouse 6 – a change of venue that we didn't request, but one we may really enjoy! The annual event includes red-carpet treatment, a dress-up opportunity, special dinner music, movie-themed décor, club-provided beverages, a free photo portrait (alone or with your guest/s), and voting for winners in the club's Annual Short Video Contest!

According to Past-President and Historian Norma Benner, head of the Banquet Committee, photo portraits and socializing start at 5:30 pm, with buffet dinner at 6 pm and program at 7:15. Tickets remain at only $20 per person again this year, with our delicious buffet menu featuring fresh fruit salad, Caesar salad, beef brisket, roasted chicken, fresh asparagus, maple-glazed carrots, and chocolate mousse!

For information or to volunteer to help, contact Norma at nnbenner@fea.net, 949-306-7650. (Click here for flier.)
 



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New Esther Grossfield Interview to Air in January on Channel 6

Club member Esther Grossfield, whose detailed interview with former GRF President Kathryn Freshley aired on Channel 6 last fall, continues to shoot with her crew in the Video Studio and has completed another show – an interview with Joey Sims of the Komedy Klub – which will be broadcast over Channel 6 on the dates and times below. Congratulations to Esther and her team for making videos to entertain and inform the Village! That's what our Video Studio is for!

           Wednesday, January, at 10:30am
           Thursday, January 14, at 12pm
           Thursday, January 21, at 10:30am
 



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Video Club Helped Record Archery Club Event--See the Video Online

A message from member Gordon Richiusa.
 
The recent Archery Club of Laguna Woods competition (which Steve Carmen and Tom Nash helped me video tape last month) was a great success. We continue to ask ALL CLUBS to support our bid for archery inside the Village. The five minute video: Put an END to Senior Suffering, can be viewed on YouTube and on L&L Magazine as well. The Video Club is acknowledged in the end credits.
 
Editor's Note: Gordon co-edits the wide-ranging online L&L Magazine about people, lifestyle, entertainment, travel, and more – and, with wife Barbara, produces a monthly TV reviews and commentary show, BiFocals, shot in the Channel 6 studios and airing on Channel 6. Check the monthly TV listings.
 



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Video of Chapman Film School Tour to Highlight February 1 Project Day

The next Project Day will be held Monday, February 1, at 1 pm in the Video Lab, with the first showing of a video edited from video clips and stills taken by club members on October 30 when 19 from the Video Club and 11 other Village residents toured Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts and the Huell Howser Archives in Chapman's Leatherby Libraries in Orange.

Camera work by Danny Sciupac, Joel Goldstein, Misako Katayama, Roger Landis, Steve Carman, and Lucy Parker will be included in the video. Lucy chaired the day-long bus tour with Betsy Martin, and the two are currently working on editing the video.

If you have a recent work or work-in-progress to share on Project Day in February (limited to 8 minutes), please contact Steve Carman, steve.carman@mac.com, 424-254-6583.
 



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  A CASE STUDY

Video Club Gets Frequent Calls for Help. Why Do We Usually Say “No”?


It often seems unfair to those who have not held leadership positions in the Video Club that our members are not ready and willing to help any resident or club carry out their video requests. Unfortunately, it just doesn't work that way – and a recent email exchange (presented below) offers a case in point.
 
Resident Howard Siden asked President Steve Carman for help videoing a musical performance. Steve explained the situation and promised to circulate Howard's request to the membership (a standard club procedure, time permitting – which we are doing with this article – SO PLEASE EMAIL HOWARD IF YOU CAN HELP HIM OUT). Unexpectedly, member Alan Goldman, a fellow musician, got into the act with some very good advice: “Do it yourself, Howard!”
 
Background: As a partial solution to the problem of resident video requests, the Video Club now maintains easy-to-operate consumer camcorders and accessories which residents may borrow without charge (deposit required).
 
Alan has also pioneered a new technique for helping residents and clubs capture their events by assisting them – but just with camera setup. Here's what happened:
 
On November 14, Alan (left) helped fellow club member (and video beginner) Peggy Edwards, founder and President of the Village Publishing Club, by setting up a club-owned consumer camcorder which she had borrowed to record “The Gift of Reading.” This event was held to showcase 16 Publishing Club authors, discussing, selling, and signing their books in the Village Library. Alan did not stay for the whole three-hour program, but he made sure things were running smoothly before he left.
 
This was in stark contrast to the video coverage Peggy tried to capture of a Publishing Club story-tellling program earlier in the year. Peggy had dutifully borrowed a camcorder and had been coached in its use by a Lab Supervisor. But, since she was running the program, she turned the camera's operation over to a novice with unfortunate results. Furthermore, the lighting, with the presenters silhouetted against a daytime window in a CH 3 dining room, was a video catastrophe. (One that could easily have been solved by closing the drapes.)
 
Since Peggy had promised each of the story-tellers a copy of the video, she later worked on many Thursday afternoons, editing with Lab Supervisor Lucy Parker to minimize the problems. She and Lucy finally created a finished video – which, incidentally, the two presented at the November 2 Project Day, entitled “What To Do When Your Video Footage Is A Disaster.”
 
As the Thursday Co-Supervisor with Lucy, Alan took pity on Peggy. Hence his promise of setting up the camera for her club's next event. Peggy's now working with Lucy once again on Thursdays, editing the much-better footage and learning the steps in Corel (after taking Tom Nash's introductory class).
 
This is what Steve Carman means when he says, Our Video Club exists to teach residents how to make their own videos.” (see his comments below)  Peggy understands that published authors need videos to promote their books – and she's jumped in with both feet to learn how, setting a great example!
 

EMAIL FROM RESIDENT HOWARD SIDEN TO CLUB PRESIDENT STEVE CARMAN, 12/8/15

Dear Steve:
My name is Howard and (I'm) a current resident at the Village. My group, The Dinosaurs, will be performing at clubhouse 5 on March 12, 2016 for a rocking dance party. Our new website was launched recently and we are investigating various promo ideas to place on our site prior to the March 12 date. One idea is to rent the auditorium in clubhouse 3 to perform about 6 songs.
 
Would your Video Club have the resources and interest to come out and video this performance for us? We would have the sound tech there so you would have a lead from the mixing board to sync. We would want each song to be a “stand-alone” video so that we could have a variety of samples to put on our site.
 
We would like to get this done before the year runs out if possible. Please let me know if this is something your club would be interested in doing. Thanks.
 
Howard Siden
howard@bachtobeatles.com
www.TheDinosaursBand.com
 
STEVE'S REPLY, 12/8/15
Hi Howard,
Our Video Club exists to teach residents how to make their own videos. It would be nice to have several teams of people who could provide the services like you are requesting, but we don’t. And we get so many requests, it is not possible to service them all.
 
What we will do is forward your request to members of the club who may have the time to support your group, and if any of our members are interested and able, they will respond. However, I must caution you, response rate this time of year is very low.
 
Best wishes for the Dinosaurs.
 
ALAN GOLDMAN'S MESSAGE TO HOWARD. 12/8/15
Hey Howard,
This is your Detroit guitar playing buddy Alan. Yea, I volunteer there (I'm Lucy's assistant on Thursdays from 1 to 4...)

Love your website. Now come on in to our wonderful club and I'll show you how to use one of our cameras. Then borrow it with a tripod and video your songs.

Lucy and I look forward to watching them when you bring the camera back and I'll show you how to edit them on YouTube.
 
Editor's comment: What will Howard decide to do? Time will tell.
 



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FOR COREL VIDEOSTUDIO USERS

Wolfgang Kutter Outlines Steps to Starting A Video Project

Your Videogram staff felt that this November 7 email from Corel Forum Coordinator Wolfgang Kutter to club member Norma Benner (a Pinnacle user) should reach a wider audience. We suggest you print it out and save it if you're editing in Corel VS. Enjoy!

Norma:
Below is the promised summary of how to get started on a video project. To start off, a couple of general comments:
 
1. Everyone is working a little differently and there is no right or wrong – just what you are used to. For example, I never put folders on the desktop. I have only programs on my desktop. All my folders are in my Windows Explorer Libraries. Video-related folders are in “My Videos,” music folders are in “My Music,” word processing documents and other documents (scanned, downloaded, saved e-mails, etc.) are in “My Documents.” Same with folders containing photos and images, which I put into “My Photos.”
 
2. Setting up folders in the Windows Explorer Libraries for video editing is the same suggested procedure, whether you are using Corel VideoStudio, Pinnacle, or any other editing program.
 
Now some specifics to Corel VS:
 
a. Start by creating a folder in the Windows Explorer Library, under My Videos (see paragraph1 above) and give it a project name.
 
b. Import all your media files which will be used in this project into this folder. In case you are using photos, music, or any other material which you will use in the project and which may already be in your libraries, copy them also into this folder. This way you have all your media files for this project in one place. This can become very important for backing up your project.
 
c). Open up Corel VS editing program.
 
d. When starting a new project, you have to make two adjustments. First, go to SETTINGS>PREFERENCES, click on the box next to WORKING FOLDER, and search for your project folder which you created and which now contains all your media files for this project. Click OK. Second, go to SETTINGS>PROJECT PROPERTIES, in the PROJECT FORMAT box, choose AVCHD 1920 x 1080 (assuming you have HD media).
 
As long as you are working on the same project you do not have to repeat these two steps. The computer will remember these settings.
 
e. Now create another project folder in Corel VS by clicking on “+ Add” and give it a name of your choice. I usually use the same name as the project folder name in Windows Explorer.
 
f. Now import all your media files into Corel VS by clicking on the Folder Icon (the first of 5 Icons just above the media window) and search for the folder in Windows Explorer. Highlight the video clips, photos, etc., which you want to import and click OPEN. Depending on how many items you are importing, it might take a while. When done, you can now drag your clips to the time line and start editing.
 
Final comments: Do not forget to save your project. Go to FILE>SAVE AS and give the project a file name and make sure you choose your project folder to put this file into. Again, if you continue to work on this project, you can then go to FILE>SAVE (or Ctrl-S).
 
Also do not move or rename any of your clips in the Windows Explorer project folder. If you do, Corel VS will not be able to find the altered clip and you will have to go through a RELINK process. That's for the next lesson . I hope that I have not confused you too much, but let me know if you have a question. Happy editing !
 
Wolfgang
 



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What's Up With Pinnacle?

Chuck Hale, our Pinnacle video editing instructor for several years, and Video Lab Manager Charles Higginson have been meeting in Chuck's home to investigate the latest editions of Pinnacle (v.18 and v.19).

Background: All Video Lab PC computers are still equipped with Pinnacle 15, a solid but outdated editing program which the club stopped teaching in 2014 after many years with the program. Corel had acquired Pinnacle's from Avid in 2012, and we suspected that Corel might stop developing Pinnacle or merge it with VideoStudio, their existing (and popular) consumer video editor. In addition, a few members were feeling negative about the directions Pinnacle appeared to be going as new versions appeared. What to do?  2014 was a year of “wait and see” – and we offered no PC video editing classes.
 
In 2015, we began teaching Corel VideoStudio with strong support from longtime VS users Wolfgang Kutter and Ralph Vanderlinde. In fact, Vice President Tom Nash (who retired from Biola University after teaching video production there for 30 years) taught himself Corel VS in order to teach our introductory classes. (Tom's personal preference is Adobe's Premier Elements, whose “big brother,” Premier Pro, is one of several professional standards in the film industry.)

To quote Tom, “Video editing programs are much like word processing programs. Once you understand one, you can fairly easily learn to use another.” However, most people who do serious video editing have their own strong preferences – and there are a number of good consumer-level PC editing programs on the market. Meanwhile, lucky Mac users don't have these problems, since Apple's iMovie remains the entry-level standard for Mac video editing.

Some club members who learned to edit video with Pinnacle have begun wondering whether they should switch to Corel VS.
 
At the same time, Chuck reports in recent emails that it appears Corel plans to continue developing both Pinnacle and VideoStudio as separate programs  – and he and Charles are giving the latest Pinnacle positive evaluations,-- especially its ability to sync sound when editing footage of the same subject from multiple cameras. (This feature is not available in Corel VideoStudio X7, which we currently teach, nor in the similar but more recent X8 version. Admittedly, however,this feature is of little interest to most beginners.) Further, the limit of two video tracks, which hampered creative editing in Pinnacle 15, has been expanded. And newer versions of Pinnacle are 64-bit rather than 32-bit, taking advantage of today's faster computer processors.
 
Does Pinnacle have a future in the Video Club along with Corel VS?. Hmm? Stay tuned!
 



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Hey! Check Out www.filmeditingpro.com

Club member Danny Sciupac sent us this message on November 30.
 
I just found an interesting site with many tips and tutorials, and a free e-book about editing. 
https://www.filmeditingpro.com/
 



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WITH THE TECH CLUBS
 
PC Club
The PC Learning Center is closed until Monday, January 4. The next PC Club 5-week class session will begin on January 18 and go through February 19. The club is looking for volunteer teachers and classroom helpers for this session. For more information, please contact Nancy Kring at nancykri@hotmail.com. Remember to join the PC Club or renew for 2016 – still only $10. For additional PC Club news, see the club website.
 
Mac Club
The Mac Learning Center is closed until Monday, January 4. In January, one beginning and two intermediate iPad classes will be offered. Members will receive emails with full details. The club is also looking for some new room supervisors, a three-hour commitment a week. For more information, see the club website.
 
Camera Club
Village resident and photographer (and Video Club member) David Dearing will present a class on “From Camera to Memory Card – From Memory Card to Computer” on Tuesday, January 12, from 1:30 to 3:30 pm in the Clubhouse 4 Photography Classroom. Bring your camera, your camera manual, and your laptop if you have one, for this unique, hands-on photography experience. Everyone is welcome. Cost is $5 for members, $10 for non-members. If you choose to become a club member, you may complete an application, and your $25 payment will include this class and 2016 club membership.
 
To register, send an email to Jim Graver at cameraclublh@gmail.com with the subject line: “Camera to Computer.” Include your name, address, telephone number, and whether or not you are a Camera Club member and/or a Laguna Woods Village resident. The club will confirm your acceptance by email. If registrations exceed 45, you will be placed on a waiting list and notified.
 
The next Projected Digital Image Critique will be held Monday, January 25, at 6:30 pm in Clubhouse 3, Dining Room 2. For more information and other news, visit the club website.
 


  
Have News for The Videogram?
 
If you have information you would like to submit to The Videogram, please send it to  Lucy Parker, Publicity Director, lvparker@gmail.com, 949-456-4657.
 
Videogram writing and editing by Lucy Parker, production by Misako Katayama.
 
Want your friends to join the Video Club?
Send them this link: http://eepurl.com/VsW31  They can sign up for the Videogram to see what we do for our members and how much fun we have!
 
Manage your email preferences by using the links at the bottom of your personalized Videogram. If you have a change of email address, however, please send it to Membership Director Evelyn Chang at evelyn.gc03@gmail.com Evelyn will make sure we get your new email address.
 
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