The Call of Creativity by Freeman Patterson

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The Lancaster Photography Meetup is hosting a seminar by Freeman Patterson who will share his presentation of “The Call of Creativity.” He begins this by making a clear distinction between art and craft and provides a succinct description of the role of craft in supporting the creation of art, then follows with a talk about […]

February Meeting – Andrew Hoff

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Speaker: Andrew Hoff This program will touch on my previous work in landscape photography, the genesis of my street photography and will continue on to my current project of street and people photography. I will mention what events, mentors and technological changes have lead me to change, towards a street/documentary project based photographer. I will […]

March Meeting – Les Picker

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

"Behind the Scenes" by Les Picker. This virtual presentation will be an anecdotal talk giving the audience a taste of what it’s like to have to capture an image for a client. It is a very informal presentation with lots of examples of funny, scary and technically challenging situations from around the world, some for National Geographic […]

Digital Competition

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Theme: Your Best Shot. This digital competition will be a prelude to our club competition with the Lancaster Photographic Society in the UK. So bring us your best shots! Two color and two monochrome.

April Meeting (Competition with LPS UK)

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Joint Competition with the Lancaster Photographic Society in the UK. This will take place over Zoom. We will send out a link to the Zoom session before the meeting begins. Each club is submitting 30 images.  When judges, the total score for each club will be compared to see which group comes out on top.When we […]

Crossings Art Gallery Show

As a club member, you have the opportunity to show your work in a public gallery at The Crossings Art Gallery in the Calvin High Learning and Wellness Center at the Landis Homes Retirement Community. Images will be on display from May 1 through June 30. Photo details: LCC Members may submit up to three […]

June Meeting – Competition

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

This will be a members-only, print Competition. The theme is "Golden Hour". Each member may bring up to two color and/or two monochrome images.

Lighting Workshop – Scott Church

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Lighting workshop for portraits / working with a model.  This will be led by Scott Church.  You can see Scott’s facebook page here.

2022 Model Shoot

Leaf and Loft Studio 355 E Liberty Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Our annual Model Shoot will be held on Monday, August 1 at Leaf & Loft Studio at 355 East Liberty Street, Lancaster. There is limited space, so we will need to register for specific time slots. We have six slots from 6:00 – 7:00 and six more from 7:00 – 8:00. There will be a […]

September Meeting

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Bring your camera to the September meeting for our macro (close up) hands-on workshop. You do not have to have a bonafide macro lens, any lens that can focus reasonably close to the subject will work. A variety of different forms of lighting will be available.

October Competition (Cancelled)

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Our October meeting will be a competition with the theme "Pennsylvania Close Up". This meeting has been cancelled.

November Meeting

Mellinger Mennonite Church 1916 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

"Club Photo Review”  — an informal evening to share and discuss images and techniques with the group.  It can be interesting and helpful to hear what others see in our pictures and how they might work with it if it was their image.