2008 will mark the silver anniversary of the Princeton Photography Club.
Over these years the club has strived to stimulate its members'
photographic aspirations, abilities and techniques.
Recently digital photography has come to overshadow traditional film
photography, and with it the necessity of learning computer driven
imaging. The club strives to educate its members on how these
revolutionary changes affect their medium.
Digital is only one of the club's interests. We offer speakers who
discuss the history and traditions of photography as well as offering
our members their insight to the creative aspects of using light, line,
form, texture and composition.
Starting with our July 2007 workshop we have moved to a more spacious,
well equipped meeting place at the Johnson Education Center, D & R
Greenway Land Trust, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton, New Jersey.
Meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM.
We encourage photographers to exhibit their photographs. To this end the
club provides venues where the public has the opportunity to see the art
that our members create. In May, a Photo Club tradition is our own photo
show, given at our meeting place. It's more fun than simply having your
photos hanging on your living room wall!
Come and help us celebrate our 25th year. Membership dues are $35.00/yr.
for an individual, $45.00/yr. for a family, and $15.00/yr. for a
Carl Geisler, President
Link to the List of Officers