A list of the officers for 2015 has been added to the home page and the "Joining & Contacting GSACC" page. See the News page for information on the Christmas party. Other news items: Dues are almost due, and GSACC now has term limits. Competition results for December are now online, along with newsletters for November and December.
Daylight Savings end on Sunday, November 2. Remember to turn your clocks back one hour, or you'll be early to the GSACC meeting on Thursday, November 6!
Just a reminder: The gallery of Art Nisenfeld's images will be on our web site through the end of October.
The photo gallery has been updated with images from the October competition. Peter's column for October and Bill's column for November are both on the Photo Forum page.
Just a reminder: GSACC's annual elections are in November. We need our great volunteers in order to succeed. If you're not involved, I hope that you will consider helping!
BY ADAM KINCHER
One of the cool things about our new web site is that we can occasionally change the background photo. The new background is "Sitting by the Dock at the Bay," by John Rudolph.
After trying a few watermarking programs, I bought TSR Watermark Image Software, www.watermark-image.com.
The watermarking programs that I tried had similar systems. The user can upload one photo or a batch of photos, then select an image to apply to the photos. Text can also be added instead of an image. The user can also decide where on the image to place the watermark, and set the transparency level of the watermark. Once the watermark is chosen, it can be applied to a batch of photos with just one click. This really saves time when working with a large group of photos!
Numerous watermarking programs are available online. I like the interface of this particular one and found it fairly easy to use.
For the March photo gallery, I tried some watermarking software:
Peter's March column includes iPhone tips, information on photographing birds in Texas and a link to photos of real life in North Korea. Questions and comments are welcome!