Camera club holding open housePublished 6:51am Tuesday, June 4, 2013
The Southwest Georgia Photography Club is holding a membership drive and open house on Saturday, June 8 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon in the Callahan Room of the Firehouse Gallery in Bainbridge.
“We are celebrating the photography club’s one year anniversary in June,” said President Ansley Johnson. “The board and I are extremely pleased with the progress the club has made this past year, and we invite all photographers to come to the open house and see what our club is about.”
The club holds regular meetings on the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Firehouse Gallery to share knowledge and ideas. Members also attend workshops and take field trips, such as the one to Providence Canyon State Park and the Tallahassee Museum. The most recent trip was a tour of the caverns at Florida Caverns State Park.
The club is open to anyone interested in photography and all skill levels are welcome, from beginners just learning about their cameras to those who are more advanced.
The open house will be a drop-in basis, and give attendees a chance to meet club members. Photographers will be available to help with any questions you may have about your camera or general photography questions.
The June 13 meeting of the club will have a special presentation on backyard bird photography.
For more information about the Southwest Georgia Photography Cub, contact 220-4788.