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The camera and art – what is it that you would like to know more about? We ask for your suggestions.
In photography, there are at least two levels of discipline that we need to grasp – the basic rudiments of art as well as the challenging demands of understanding the highly technological camera. It is not always easy. Turning the question around, how can we master the camera so that it creates the piece of art we envision?
Give us your ideas of what you would like to know more about. Around those ideas, we, The Photographers Guild, can create classes and workshops. The winter time is a good time to study and experiment. Plus, we have been working on getting comfortable temperatures into our classroom.
The mission of the Guild is to provide educational opportunities to the community. We have photographers with experience in award-winning photography as well as commercial photography experience.
This is an annual event that is organized and presented by the Guild. Members of The Photographers Guild and the general public are welcome to enter their work in the contest. Entries will be on exhibit at the Guild in downtown Goshen, where the public is invited. The contest is judged by a panel of professionals, selecting winning photos in the respective categories. Prizes are awarded. Find out more information…
Monthly Member Meetings
Each month, except in December, we have our monthly member meetings, which are on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:00p.m., Eastern time. (guests interested in our Guild are welcome to attend) During the first 30 minutes we conduct our business meeting. Following the business meeting we:
- Hold a photo-of-the-month contest – open to all members in attendance and is an open category competition
- Put up for review our “photo-challenge” photographs – each month we assign a special topic and each member is encouraged to bring in photographs pertaining to the assigned topic
- Hold an open photo critique time for anyone who wants feedback on a specific photograph they have taken
- Have a 30-minute educational topic time