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Lodi Community Art Center presents the 2014 Photography Show

From other-wordly canyon lights to the hard work of harvest, images captured by photographers of all skill levels are featured

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Lodi News-Sentinel Chief Photographer Dan Evans won Best of Show in the Lodi Community Art Center’s 2014 Photography Show for his photo “Rat Rock.” Evans also won first place in the Faces category for “In the Harvest.”

Greg Starnes took first in Landscapes for “Mystic Light” at the Lodi Community Art Center’s 2014 Photography Show.

Connie Cassinetto won first place in the Man Made category for “All Hung Up” at the Lodi Community Art Center’s 2014 Photography Show.

Posted: Friday, January 31, 2014 7:21 am

For a varied look at new photography work, visit the Lodi Community Art Center this month for the 2014 Photography Show.

It’s the second year of the show, according to chairwoman Barbara Gillespie. This year, in addition to cash prizes, winners took home hundreds of dollars in donated photography swag. Prizes included editing software, camera bags and straps.

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