By Arthur Poole
Sedona AZ (November 12, 2016) – The Oak Creek Apples Macintosh User Group (OCAMUG) will meet on Wednesday, November 16, at the Elks Lodge off Airport Road in West Sedona.
Beginning at 5:00 PM:
Is your Mac misbehaving? Do you want to know how a new feature works, or what’s in the latest update? local Mac/PC consultant Alan Gore will field questions the audience might have about the Mac. At this session, please feel free to ask any Apple-related question, from the most basic to the most advanced. Come listen, learn, and ask questions about the Macintosh computer. We stress that there are no “dumb” questions. Attendees of this portion are usually about evenly split between folks new to the Mac and those with greater familiarity with the magical machine. But everyone seems to learn something.
The Main Meeting starts at 6:15 PM: This month our feature presentation will be:
Kelli Klymenko, iPhoneographer, will be at our November general meeting to discuss ways to get the most out of your iDevice. All iPhones have an optical quality and resolution better than the ﬁrst generation of stand alone pro digital cameras, and the iPhone 7 Plus is up to 12mp with a 2x optical zoom in an innovative dual-lens conﬁguration that allows advanced effects.
About Our Speaker
Kelli Klymenko is an artist photographer and the Marketing Director for Sedona ArtsCenter. His images, including iPhone photos can be found on Getty Images, in national ads and in creative projects around the world. Kelli lives in Sedona and writes an Art Blog for the Red Rock News (http://redrocknews.com/sedona-blogs) Kelli was also the Chairperson and speaker at Sedona PhotoFest May 3, 2015. He shared a personal talk on iPhoneography and Filmmaking using his iPhone and iPad sponsored by iPhone Life Magazine.
Free. Public Invited. Elks Lodge, 110 Airport Road in West Sedona.
The lounge is open from three in the afternoon until the end of the Apples meeting. Three Tacos, Taco Salad or Nachos are available for $5 starting 5 pm to 7 pm or until they run out.
01/14/17 10 AM – 12 Noon
Held at the Sedona Public Library, 3250 White Bear Rd, West Sedona, Saturday January 14, 2017, 10 AM – 12 Noon.
Conducted by Bill Ferguson.
The Oak Creek Apples is exclusively an educational institution for the public on the use of Apple Computers, including maintenance, security, and software applications. Membership is open to anyone who wishes to belong. A dues-paying membership is a Regular membership
(the member, spouse and their dependent children may participate, though only the member may vote). Guests and the public are welcome to attend our meetings on an occasional basis to become acquainted with the Group and its activities. Regular membership dues are $35.00 per year to be renewed on the anniversary of joining the Group. In addition to participation in group activities, regular members receive a monthly emailed newsletter covering general and special-interest group activities, Apple news, and informative articles.
The Oak Creek Apples has been designated as a 501(c)3 organization by the IRS for education on Apple computers including maintenance and security, and software applications. Donations are tax deductible.
To become a member when at our general meeting, ask one of our greeters at the greeting table at the back of our meeting room. One can also join the Oak Creek Apples by sending a check payable to the Oak Creek Apples to:
Oak Creek Apples
1 Little Horse Ln, Sedona, AZ 86336
Please include your email address and mailing address and phone number with the payment. We do not share our mailing list.
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Contact: (928) 821-339