Bob GlickSmith—Photographer
The Photographers 5th Photographic Exhibition—The Self Portrait Show April 15—24.2013
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Tommie Williamson Advanced Digital Photography Class
Loretta Seymour Advanced Digital Photography Class
Freeda Williams Advanced Digital Photography Class
Matthew Quearles Advanced Digital Photography Class
Barbara Porch Beginners Digital Photography Class
James Hobby Beginners Digital Photography Class
June Sangala Beginners Digital Photography Class
Mary Etchison Beginners Digital Photography Class
Cathron Hardaway Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Charles Blanchard Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Cleveland Whitehead Advanced Digital Photography Class
Donna Lewis Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Elijah Haliburton Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Harold Kenney Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Jay Protho Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
John Gant Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Loretta Hicks Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Patricia Pendergrass Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Ronnie McCullough Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Sharon Dowdell Intermediate Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
William Kimber Advanced Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
Bob GlickSmith, Instructor Digital Photography & Social Media Classes
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All Photos Copyright Bob GlickSmith & The Photographers at Lou Walker Senior Center  2014-15. All Rights Reserved.
"The self-portait is probably the single most difficult assignment to achieve for any photographer. Giving up the control of being behind the camera for the tenuous position of being in front of the camera and accomplishing desired and acceptable results can be a very daunting and humbling task. Vanity is quickly overshadowed by the quest for technical accuracy and the skill set to deliver." 

Bob GlickSmith 04.10.2013