​​PSA
Yerba
Buena
Chapter

 Taking Photos with Attitude

YERBA BUENA SPONSORS
ALL-DAY SEMINAR WITH
​IAN PLANT JUNE 23

P = Pictorial; T = Travel; J = Journalism; N= Nature: C =  Creative

Check HERE for the complete Ian Plant flyer. Check on PayPal  if using to pay for the seminar. Check HERE  for the interactive registration form, fill in, save and email to Marcia Brandt, Registrar at: mxbrandt@comcast.net.

ABOUT US
The Yerba Buena Chapter of the Photographic Society of America (PSA) was founded in 1973 by Joseph P. Fallon, Jr. to bring closer ties with PSA into the Bay Area.  It comprises all PSA members in the following counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma. Membership in the Yerba Buena Chapter is free of charge.
We are a local extension of our parent Photographic Society of America.. To that end we sponsor two all-day Chapter programs during the year, featuring either well-known photographers or special hands-on workshops, which are always well attended. The fee structure is generally modest, and less for PSA members than non-members. Presenters of some of our past programs include Sam Abell, Huntington Witherill, André Gallant, Richard Martin, Gary Crabbe, Brenda Tharp, Jeremy Sutton, Russ Burden, and Steve Traudt.
We also hold Judges Seminars, including one in November, 2016, with the purpose of attracting new judges for the local club level.
Click to review the latest copy of our newsletter,
The PSA Star.

THE “UNSEEING”

In an all-day seminar, world-renowned globe-trotter Ian Plant will inspire us with his mages of the beauties of Earth and teach us how to see through the eyes of a dedicated photographer. 
Saturday, June 23 • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Andrew Carnegie Lecture Hall -
San Leandro Library
300 Estudillo Ave., San Leandro
Registration Fee: $55 for PSA Members  • $60 for non-members
Details can be found on Registration Form •
PayPal available