Prior Years Schedule

Meeting Schedule for prior years

October 3rd – Contest/Critique – “Abandoned” & Open

Description: Our theme, "Abandoned", can be a photograph that needs to express that feeling.  I'm sure our judge will [...]

October 17th – “Moonstruck in New York” by Peter Alessandria

Two of Mr. Alessandria's favorite subjects are the New York City skyline and the full moon.
Join us Oct. 17th [...]

November 7th – 15 Minutes of Fame

Four of our members take a 15 minute program and present their images to the club.  It's their show, [...]

November 21st – “Identity Crisis” by Sarah Bloom

The self-portrait as an art form and a means to self-exploration. Sarah R. Bloom will share a visual history [...]

December 5th – Contest/Critique – “Minimalist” & Open

Description:  Interesting subject...but what does it mean?  With regard to photography, I'd like to show you a link that [...]

December 19th – Holiday Party

We gather together to share a meal and enjoy each other!  A few events are planned....

As usual, we'll hold [...]

January 2nd – Workshop

Workshops occur at the Churchville Nature Center, in our community room.

The chosen workshops are:

Macro photography - let's work on [...]

January 16th – “iPhoneography-creating with a SmART Phone” by Richard Lewis

Learn about creating photographic art with smartphone cameras and apps combined with a critique of member cell phone photographs.

http://www.richardlewisphotography.com

 

February 6th – Contest/Critique – “Faceless Portraits” & Open

Description: This Theme is one that I pulled from Digital Photography - one of the weekly TIPS they give [...]

InterClub Competition 2017 – April 26th – Huntingdon Valley Library

Every year, five local Clubs get together to compete for the coveted trophy.   The 2017 Inter-club competition will [...]

February 20th – “Long Exposures in Nature” by Danielle Austen

Using long exposures can take your nature images in a new creative direction, by exploring the interplay of light, [...]

March 6th – Interclub Contest Image Selection Night

Last year we took that trophy home!  This night is dedicated to the Interclub Contest image selection for the [...]

March 20th – “Master Your Craft & Honor Your Vision” by John Barclay

Vision is the unique way we each see the world. It is what gives our images focus and makes [...]

April 3rd – “Textures & Blending” by Denise Silva

Denise will focus on various techniques to blend textures and images together. Each technique discussed is also demonstrated so [...]

April 17th – 15 Minutes of Fame

Four of our members take a 15 minute program and present their images to the club.  It's their show, [...]

May 1st – “Fundamentals of Macro/Close Up Photography” by Valerie Hoffman

Macro photography is one of the most exciting and challenging facets of photography, offering unique views or our world [...]

May 15th – Contest/Critique – “Night Photography” & Open

Theme description: All images depicting a photo taken at night.

Commentator/Judge: Rick Wright

$20 CASH for BEST OF SHOW in THEME [...]

June 5th – Scavenger Hunt Results

This is always fun!  We enjoy the day outing, mixed in with a group lunch.  (What the heck!  We [...]

June 19th – End of the Year Meeting

John Strizinger has agreed to share two lessons in using Lightroom - we can start these lessons at the [...]

September 19th – Social – the beginning…

We begin the year with our Social.  It's all about FOOD and FRIENDS.
Our members participate by bringing a food [...]

2015-16 PROGRAM BROCHURE

2015 – Sep 21 – First Fall Meeting – Social

The first meeting of the club year will be a [...]

2016 – June 20 – Fifteen Minutes of Fame

For our final meeting of the season, the Fifteen Minutes of Fame programs originally scheduled for Feb, and delayed [...]

2015 – Sep 21 – First Fall Meeting – Social

The first meeting of the club year will be a social to reconnect after the long summer and share [...]

2015 – Oct 5 – Threesomes & Open – Contest/Critique – officiated by Barbara Warren

The featured image above is an excellent example. It portrays the use of three elements in a triangular composition [...]