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With great regret and overwhelming sadness, WPCUG has lost its wonderful and dedicated president, Richard Nayman.

Donations in Richie’s honor may be made to Westchester PC Users Group and mailed to Michael Leff, WPCUG Treasurer, 67 Blair Heights, Carmel, NY 10512-2456.


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Create stunning photos like a professional using your mobile device—with free apps

July 6, 2017 @ 7 p.m

Keller Williams Realty
120 Bloomingdale Rd. **map**
1st Floor, White Plains, NY 10605

Plan now to attend!
 
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This month Jim Iscaro will demonstrate how to
turn a commonplace snapshot taken on your smartphone, tablet, or scanned photo into an artistic photograph using free apps.

He is a longtime computer user and programmer (since the IMSAI 8080 and Commodore PET days) and an amateur photographer. Jim will combine his skills from both fields to demonstrate applications on portable devices that rival professional desktop photo-editing programs.

Both major portable operating systems (iOS and Android) will be covered. The apps are freely available on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

The apps covered are Adobe Lightroom Mobile, Adobe Photoshop Fix, Adobe Photoshop Mix, Google Photos, and Google Photoscan.

Come to July’s meeting and see how you can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.



All are welcome - members & non-members


For further information, contact Tom Osbeck at
914-720-1075 or email programs@wpcug.org





Drones

August 3, 2017 @ 7 p.m

Keller Williams Realty
120 Bloomingdale Rd. ****location map***
White Plains, NY 10605


Plan now to attend!


John Gallagher and his staff will be discussing and demonstrating what drones are about.

He has been in the radio-controlled environment out of his Milford, CT, store, The Hobby
Hangout, for more than a decade with radio-controlled racing cars, airplanes, and now
drones.

He will show some live examples, cover why photographers like them and some of the evolving uses.


For further information, contact Tom Osbeck at
914-720-1075 or email programs@wpcug.org






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