Welcome to our new website. I hope you like the new format. We hope that this will make the site more beneficial to you by keeping it up to date with helpful info.
This will be a work in progress. You comments will help us make it better.
I made this a Sticky post so it stays at the top of the Blog area. You could use this for important info or photo.
The next meeting of Camera South will take place on March 6th at 7PM at Calagaz Photo. Calagaz is located at 90 Springdale Blvd, Mobile, behind the Cracker Barrel restaurant on the I-65 access road near Airport Blvd. Their phone number is (251) 478-0487.
Alycia Baird will sharing her research on various websites that are designed to host photos. It should be fun and informative. The photoshare and monthly contest topics are “Open”.
Hope to see you there!
Field Trip/Meet up for Camera South: 10:30AM on Sunday March 2 at the Church Street Graveyard. Joe Cain’s grave is near the main entrance off of S Scott Street. Joe Cain’s Merry Widows are scheduled to arrive at 11:25AM. Its a short walk to Government Street to photograph the parades, which start about 2:30. Look for Peter Carter or Jeff Johnston wandering around with a camera.
I did a lot of work on the site yesterday.
- I added a Newsletter Subscribe and the logo to the sidebar.
- I added Facebook and Pinterest share buttons to Post and Pages.
- I added a plugin for image sliders, see the December Meeting Post.
- I added plugin for Image Carousel in Gallery view.
- I made the Gallery page and 2 subpages for 2013 and 2014.
- I added more header images and set it to random change them on all pages.
- I made numerous other small edits and changes.
Check it out and leave some comments, any comment so I’ll know you read it.
Also you can install the WordPress app on your phone! It allows you to write post and publish photos. I think this will be great for fieldtrips and events for on the scene updates.
A few photos from the December Meeting. Calagaz Photo supply was the featured speaker. They showed us some of the cool new gadgets that would look great under your Christmas tree.
Debbie “crowning” Steve as the Photographer of the Year.