The mission of the Photographers Guild
is to enjoy the photographic arts through sharing
quality equipment, to teach our collective knowledge and
skills to the community, and to serve as a resource for
encouraging photography as a life-long skill for people
of all ages.
Our facility occupies the second floor
front of a building at 212 W. Washington St., Goshen, IN
We have a classroom, a library, studio area with lighting, and
a workroom for mounting, matting and framing.
Digital Photography computers, Photoshop CS5 and
Photoshop Elements software,
an Epson scanner and 13" width 6 color photo Epson
inkjet printer are available.
For film holdouts, we have a darkroom for printing 35mm, medium
larger formats from color or black and white negatives.
We provide monthly educational programs open to the
Classes are also offered to the public on several
photography and presentation of photographs.
Members also participate in monthly membership meetings
which include a "Photo of the Month" competition. These
meetings are generally on the third Wednesday of the
month at 6 p.m. with a program starting at 6:30 p.m. or
shortly after. Guests
are welcome. (More specific information is on our
Scheduled Events Page.)
Full membership entitles a person
access to the facilities at nearly any time. Supplies of
matting, mounting and framing materials are kept and
available at near cost. Studio lighting, backdrops and a copy stand are available for use.
Up to date
computers, a scanner, photo editing software and a photo printer
are available. Full members also may have their work for
sale in the Millrace Gallery.
Associate members have nearly all benefits and responsibilities
as full members except for unfettered access by key to
the guild facilities.
Full explanation of Membership, Dues and Facility Use
Policies may be viewed or printed from a separate file...pdf
Our monthly member meetings include "Photo of the Month"
competitions, presentation and discussion of recent work
and new techniques. We plan and provide classes and
workshops for photographers both new and advanced. Other
group activities include carry in dinners and photo