1996 awards and honors recipients.The Photographic Society of America bestows honors upon selected individuals each year in recognition of their contributions to the advancement of the arts and sciences of photography through personal achievement and/or service. These honors may take the form of an Honorary Fellowship fellowship Graduate education A post-residency training period of 1–2 yrs in a subspecialty–eg, hand surgery, which allows a specialized physician to develop a particular expertise that may have a related subspecialty board; fellowship time is often (Hon Hon abbr (= honourable, honorary) → en títulos . FPSA FPSA Free Prostate-Specific Antigen
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APSA Australian Peak Shippers Association ), or a special memorial or service award. Honorees commonly append To add to the end of an existing structure. their names with the abbreviation abbreviation, in writing, arbitrary shortening of a word, usually by cutting off letters from the end, as in U.S. and Gen. (General). Contraction serves the same purpose but is understood strictly to be the shortening of a word by cutting out letters in the middle, of their status. The following dedicated people were honored at the 1996 PSA International Conference at Tucson, Arizona Tucson (pronounced /ˈtusɑn/, Spanish: Tucsón [tuk'son] .
Scott A. Brownstein received a degree in physics from the University of Maryland University of Maryland can refer to:
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In 1978, Mr. Brownstein directed his efforts to film and camera systems and initiated work on complete imaging systems such as single-use and panoramic cameras 1. In aerial photography, a camera which, through a system of moving optics or mirrors, scans a wide area of the terrain, usually from horizon to horizon. The camera may be mounted vertically or obliquely within the aircraft, to scan across or along the line of flight.
2. as well as non-conventional film-to-video viewing and image-manipulation systems. These early efforts resulted in Kodak's Create-A-Print enlarging ENLARGING. Extending or making more comprehensive; as an enlarging statute, which is one extending the common law. system.
In 1984 he founded a research and development team for non-silver photographic-quality printing at Kodak and in 1985 was named to head Kodak's Thermal Printing Systems Lab. Technologies developed by his team resulted in Kodak full-color, dye-sublimation thermal products.
In late 1987, using his expertise in color photography, video display, and digital imaging, he conceived the Kodak Photo CD System. He was named manager of Advanced Development for CD Imaging and made responsible for design and implementation of end-user systems using Photo CD and writable CD. The Photo CD is used for the storage of digitized picture images that can later be retrieved, edited, and printed or electronically transmitted.
In June 1993, Scott Brownstein, along with several of his Kodak Photo CD team members, left Kodak to establish the new Digital Imaging Systems Division of Applied Graphics Technologies.
Mr. Brownstein holds numerous patents in the fields of camera systems design, thermal printing, and digital imaging. In July 1992, he was named co-recipient of the Eduard-Rheim Foundation Technology Award, the top award in Europe for new-product, scientific achievement. In 1993, he was named In-Plant Management Association's Industry Leader of the Year, and in 1995 was appointed the inaugural president of the Digital Imaging Marketing Association.
People like Scott Brownstein keep photography exciting and challenging. He is well deserving de·serv·ing
Worthy, as of reward, praise, or aid.
de·serving·ly adv. of the Progress Medal, the highest award of the Photographic Society of America.
The Certain Society Awards (Appreciation, Doscher, Scales, and Peabody) were presented at the 1996 Photographic Society of America International Conference at Tucson, Arizona. Mary McHale, APSA, Chairman Certain Society, Awards Committee.
PSA Appreciation Award
Carole L. Hagaman, APSA, is the 1996 recipient of this award for her many years as a writer, lecturer lecturer A person who is primarily–if not entirely—involved in the teaching activities of an academic center, who is not expected to perform research or Pt management; in general, lectureships are non-tenured positions and instructor throughout New England New England, name applied to the region comprising six states of the NE United States—Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The region is thought to have been so named by Capt. . Her extensive list of programs and lectures cover a wide range of photographic subjects. Using her travel slides, Carole teaches others about areas of the world not everyone is privileged to visit, which demonstrates her willingness to share her knowledge of photography.
The PSA Appreciation Award was originated in 1972 by Doctors Evelyn and Samuel Ross, former pupils of Helen C. Manzer, FPSA, as a symbol of their admiration of her teaching and as a continuing tribute to others who have given their time and talents in the field of teaching. The original funding was exhausted in 1984 and funding was taken over by an anonymous donor The party conferring a power. One who makes a gift. One who creates a trust.
donor n. a person or entity making a gift or donation.
DONOR. He who makes a gift. (q.v.) in 1985. The main criterion for the award is "teaching without pay."
John Doscher Memorial Award
Dr. Martin M. Bruce, FPSA, has been awarded the 1996 John Doscher Memorial Award. It was established in 1981 and is awarded annually to a member of the Society who has made an outstanding contribution to classical photography.
Dr. Bruce's classical portrait photography The goal of portrait photography is to capture the likeness of a person or a small group of people, typically in a flattering manner. Like other types of portraiture, the focus of photograph is the person's face, although the entire body and the background may be included. is his work best known to PSA members. He is a multi-star exhibitor in international competition in pictorial slides, nature, photo travel and photo journalism. Dr. Bruce has received an Excellence honor As a verb, to accept a bill of exchange, or to pay a note, check, or accepted bill, at maturity. To pay or to accept and pay, or, where a credit so engages, to purchase or discount a draft complying with the terms of the draft. from the International Federation of Photographic Arts, a Fellowship from the Photographic Society of South Africa South Africa, Afrikaans Suid-Afrika, officially Republic of South Africa, republic (2005 est. pop. 44,344,000), 471,442 sq mi (1,221,037 sq km), S Africa. and has participated as one of the "Top Photographers of the World,, at exhibitions in Germany, France, Belgium and the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. .
Victor Scales Memorial Award
The 1996 recipient of this award is Margaret Estes, FPSA. The Victor Scales Memorial Award is presented annually to the Society member since In@ who has provided service to the Society over a long period of time. Victor Scales exemplified the conditions of the award by the many positions he held in PSA.
Margaret's extensive list of achievements in the photographic community since joining the Society in 1958 combine a broad range of organizational and administrative skills. She is a knowledgeable lecturer, a proficient pro·fi·cient
Having or marked by an advanced degree of competence, as in an art, vocation, profession, or branch of learning.
An expert; an adept. exhibitor and qualified judge. Her many qualifications include having held numerous PSA positions, foremost of which is the effort put into PSA's Camera Club Committee over the past twenty-five years. Her involvement with the International Bulletin Contest, since 1971, has contributed immensely to PSA for maintaining direct contact with its worldwide membership.
Stuyvesant Peabody Memorial Award
O.P. Sharma, Hon. PSA, FPSA, received this year's Stuyvesant Peabody Memorial Award which was originated by Patrick H. Peabody's son, in memory of his father who stimulated the era of pictorial photography. After the original funds were depleted de·plete
tr.v. de·plet·ed, de·plet·ing, de·pletes
To decrease the fullness of; use up or empty out.
[Latin d , a new donor volunteered to perpetuate per·pet·u·ate
tr.v. per·pet·u·at·ed, per·pet·u·at·ing, per·pet·u·ates
1. To cause to continue indefinitely; make perpetual.
2. this prestigious award. Post-humously, the generous member has been identified as the late Mary A. Mallas, FPSA.
A candidate for this honor must have contributed measurably meas·ur·a·ble
1. Possible to be measured: measurable depths.
2. Of distinguished importance; significant: a measurable figure in literature. in activities such as exhibiting, judging, writing and providing leadership in photographic organizations.
The founder of the India International Photographic Council, Mr. Shanna's prolific photographic career encompasses a broad range of achievements and skills. He is a proficient, award-winning photographer, the author of three bestselling books on photography and a recognized international salon Salon, annual exhibition of art works chosen by jury and presented by the French Academy since 1737; it was originally held in the Salon d'Apollon of the Louvre. By the mid-19th cent. the Salon had become an expression of conservative, established tastes in art. judge. Through his dedication to the advancement of pictorial photography, Mr. Sharma has shared his expertise and inspired a generation of photographers.
Harold D. Lorimor Memorial Award
Patricia "Pat" Egaas, this year's recipient, joined PSA December 1, 1986, and in 1988 was appointed Area Representative, Washington District $3, Pacific NW Zone. Pat's enthusiastic efforts are instrumental in promoting PSA in her area, resulting in members gained and retained in both PSA and the Puget Sound Puget Sound (py`jĕt), arm of the Pacific Ocean, NW Wash., connected with the Pacific by Juan de Fuca Strait, entered through the Admiralty Inlet and extending in two arms c. Chapter.
In 1989 Pat joined the PSA Puget Sound Chapter, became a board member, and editor of the chapter bulletin, The Puget Sound Off. Through her expertise as editor, Pat has won three first place and two second place awards in the chapter division PSA International Bulletin Competitions, and in 1995 she was the recipient of the Arthur P. Henricks Jr. Memorial Award.
Pat was financial chairman and treasurer for the 1995 PSA Seattle Regional Convention, providing valuable budget assistance and tracking, assuring a profitable endeavor for PSA and the chapter. For her effort, Pat received a special chapter award.
Pat has received both two-year and five-year PSA Puget Sound Chapter Service Awards in recognition of her eager, can-do attitude in completing her assignments on many different committees and positions as: chapter treasurer 1991-1995, membership chairman 1995-1996, spring seminar registrar See domain name registrar. 1991-1996, workshop registrar 1993-1996, and as workshop presenter in 1995.
Pat started her serious photography in 1982 as a member of North Kitsap Camera Club, where she served as board member, and editor of the bulletin, Reflections.
Currently she is Puget Sound Chapter membership chairman, and continues as AR in Washington District #3 in the Pacific NW Zone, mentoring new members and keeping all members informed. Pat is truly a worthy recipient of the Harold D. Lorimor Memorial Award for 1996.
Elmore R. Chatham Memorial Award
Sharp W. Todd has been awarded the first Elmore R. Chatham Award for the best feature article appearing in the PSA Journal during the 1995 calendar year. The article appeared in the January 1995 issue and was titled "Dodging and Burning-In." It was essentially a basic how-to article with the objective of making either color or black-and-white exhibition prints from negatives. The article included before and after examples and illustrations of the tools required. One of the color print landscapes was selected for the cover. The article was based on his program that has been presented on several occasions including the Sacramento Regional Convention and the Colorado Springs Colorado Springs, city (1990 pop. 281,140), seat of El Paso co., central Colo., on Monument and Fountain creeks, at the foot of Pikes Peak; inc. 1886. It is a year-round resort and a booming military, technological, and commercial city. International Conference.
The Elmore R. Chatham Memorial Award is named for him in recognition of his service to photography and the Society. He was named an Associate in 1992. Elmore and his wife, Rosalind, presented many travel shows and were quite popular in the Mid-Atlantic Zone where he served as Zone Director.
Joseph P. Fallon Memorial Award
Sidney B. Goldstein, FPSA, is the winner of the Joseph P. Fallon Memorial Award for 1995-96. His has been an unusually active and effective role as a member and leader of PSA activities since his becoming a member in 1973. He became a Fellow of the Society in I M@ and has been selected as District Representative of the Year twice. His untiring efforts to recruit new members and reinstate To restore to a condition that has terminated or been lost; to reestablish.
To reinstate a case, for example, means to restore it to the same position it had before dismissal. those in his area whose membership had lapsed LEGACY, LAPSED. A legacy is said to be lapsed or extinguished, when the legatee dies before the testator, or before the condition upon which the legacy is given has been performed, or before the time at which it is directed to vest in interest has arrived. Bac. Ab. Legacy, E; Com. Dig. have contributed to the strength of the Society in the Long Island area. He has written many articles in local club and council newsletters and contributed to an article in the New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of Times about PSA and camera clubs, all of which have helped increase awareness of the Society in that part of the country. He has given many lectures on photography and influenced many men and women to join our ranks. His enthusiasm and patient work to enlarge TO ENLARGE. To extend; as, to enlarge a rule to plead, is to extend the time during which a defendant may plead. To enlarge, means also to set at liberty; as, the prisoner was enlarged on giving bail. the membership exemplifies the spirit of Joseph P. Fallon in whose memory this award is given.
District Representative of the Year
Stanley Ashbrook, APSA, of Largo, Florida Largo is the third largest city in Pinellas County, Florida, USA and is part of the Tampa Bay Area. Centrally located, it is the crossroads of the county. As of the 2000 census, the City had a total population of 69,371. As of 2004, the population recorded by the U.S. , is awarded the honor of "DR of the Year" for the 1995-96 year. After serving as Zone Director of the Southern Zone from 1986-1990, Stanley took on responsibility as District Representative of the Central Florida
Central Florida is the central region of the United States state of Florida, on the East Coast. District and has served faithfully in that position for the last five years. In a period of declining memberships, through his hard work, the membership of his district has remained stable. He has given leadership to his area in many ways including as chairman of the PSA 1988 Convention in Innisbrook, Florida. He was chairman of the Central Florida PSA Chapter for six years. He has promoted the art and science of photography in Florida by being active in camera club, council and chapter activities, and has always forwarded the causes and programs of the Photographic Society of America.
The Honorary Membership (Hon. PSA) is awarded for outstanding service to photography, particularly through organizational or similar work. It may be recommended by a three-fourths vote of the Honors Committee and requires majority vote of the PSA Executive Committee for approval. Proficiency pro·fi·cien·cy
n. pl. pro·fi·cien·cies
The state or quality of being proficient; competence.
Noun 1. proficiency - the quality of having great facility and competence in the use of the photographic medium is not a requirement, and the candidate need not be a member of the Society.
Herbert H. Gustafson, FPSA
For his outstanding work in overseas affairs, his continued efforts in writing and communications through the International Affairs Noun 1. international affairs - affairs between nations; "you can't really keep up with world affairs by watching television"
affairs - transactions of professional or public interest; "news of current affairs"; "great affairs of state" Committee and International Conference Committee.
Alfred Jendroszek, FPSA
For his work as president of IIWF, his organizational and leadership skills in photography groups in Germany, and his exceptional ability in lecturing and as editor and publisher.
The Fellowship is awarded for outstanding contributions to the advancement of photography involving a high degree of proficiency and achievement, combined with such elements of service as the dissemination dissemination Medtalk The spread of a pernicious process–eg, CA, acute infection Oncology Metastasis, see there of acquired knowledge through lecturing, judging, publication of articles, papers, etc. Personal achievement alone does not qualify a candidate for this honor. A three-fourths vote of the Honors Committee is required for the Fellowship.
Donald L. Forbeck, M.D.
For his work as Mountain Zone Director and chairmanship for International Club Slide Competitions, his expertise in judging and sharing of his knowledge through lectures and programs.
For his excellent work on the International Exhibition Committee, his dedication to the art of photography through published articles and lectures, and his proficiency in photography through his many achievements.
Lynn Troy Maniscalco
For her expertise and promotion of photojournalism through organizational skills on the international and local levels, her promotion of photojournalism in the Delaware area, and her judging, lecturing, and writing.
For her work in the Nature Division, her participation in all aspects of international exhibitions, her local clubs, council and chapter, and her presentations of international exhibitions.
For her excellent work on the International Exhibition Committee, her proficiency as a photographer and judge, and her sharing of knowledge through lectures, articles and programs.
A. Robert Mata
For his work on the International Conference Committee, his organizing and judging in Chicago area camera clubs, and his expertise in financial organization.
For his work in the Color Slide Division, his leadership in local conventions and clubs, and his sharing of photographic knowledge through lectures and workshops.
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For his expertise in the field of stereo See stereophonic. and sharing his knowledge through many programs. lectures, articles, for his diverse ability in many aspects of photography. and his dedication to the promotion of photography in the Mid-Atlantic Zone.
Dr. Lloyd A. McCarthy
For his outstanding work in the Nature Division, his organizational skills in Slide Set and Essays distribution, and for sharing his knowledge through many judgings, lectures and books.
Mary S. McCarthy
For her organizational skills in the Nature and Photo Travel Divisions, her work on the PSA Service Award Committee, and her sharing of her photographic expertise through many judgings, lectures and books.
For her diversified diversified (di·verˑ·s work in many local camera clubs. the Gold Rush Chapter and Stereo Division. and her dedication in positions held and programs presented.
The Associateship is awarded for material contributions to the advancement of photography, whether resulting primarily from proficiency and achievement or service alone. As with the Fellowship, photographic achievement must be combined with elements of service. The Associateship may be awarded by a majority vote of the Honor Committee.
Fabian K. Beal
For his work on the Exhibition Standards Committee, his many services in Australia for the advancement of photography and the Society, and his photographic excellence and achievements.
William A. Duggan
For his untiring efforts in promotion of stereo photography, his technical expertise, and his Sharing of knowledge through presentations.
Patricia J. Beal
For her promotion of photography and the Society in Australia, her many organizational skills in photographic clubs, and her photographic excellence and achievements.
Dale R. Gilkinson
For his organizational skills in the Photojournalism Division and at the local level, his sharing of knowledge through teaching, and his excellence and diversification Diversification
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Diversification is possibly the greatest way to reduce the risk. as a photographer.
Mary L. Campagnolo
For her dedication in the Nature Division and Chapters, her organizational skills and work in local camera clubs, and sharing of her photographic knowledge.
John M. Harris
For his dedication to the advancement of photography through teaching, his many leadership qualities, and his sharing through instructional lectures.
For his promotion of photography and the Society in South Africa, for his excellence as a photographer, and for sharing his knowledge through judging and lecturing.
Mary Ellen Robinson
For her organizational skills in the Connecticut Chapter and her local clubs and council, her excellence as a photographer, and her sharing her skills through lecturing and judging.
For her outstanding administrative abilities in the Color Slide Division, local clubs, and Puget Sound Chapter, her judging ability, and for her sharing her excellence in photography through many articles and lectures.
Robert M. Keith
For his organizational skills and support of the Photojournalism Division, his extensive knowledge and skills in various areas of photography, and his dedication in sharing this knowledge.
For his organizational skills in the Color Slide Division, his leadership in local clubs and societies. and his excellence as a photographer.
For her outstanding administrative abilities in the Color Slide Division, local clubs, and Puget Sound Chapter, her judging ability, and for her sharing her excellence in photography through many articles and lectures.
For his excellence in the field of photography, his promotion of photography through teaching, and his organizational skills in local clubs.
Carl W. Soerens
For his work as Photojournalism Star Ratings Director, his service to the Photojournalism Division, and his influence in promoting photojournalism through his articles, lectures, and excellence as a photographer.
Dr. Verner F. Wilson
For his organizational skills in his local club and the Gold Rush Chapter, his dedication to the promotion of photography through teaching and skills as a travel guide.