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May 26, 2020 – Member’s Gallery: Digital – Heat Wave in Europe with Judy Guenther; Print (virtually) – Variety of topics (wildlife, people, mandalas, cars, etc.) with Kirk Johnson

JUDY GUENTHER, photographer, enjoys capturing scenes from her world travels in a variety of styles from storytelling to discovering small details in ordinary scenes. Capturing the beauty and art in nature and the people of the world is a special joy for her. Judy also enjoys photographing details in architecture and looking for abstracts. She […]

May 26. 2020 – Member’s Forum: Iceland by Manny Fernandez

Manny Fernandez I have been involved with photography in one way or another since I was in middle school with my trusty Kodak pocket Instamatic camera and flash cubes. My 22 years in the Air Force gave me the opportunity to visit and live in many countries starting with my first assignment following pilot training […]

End-of-Year Awards Night (7:00 PM) – With Judge David Blecman

Welcome to our very last meeting of the 2019 – 2020 season, NVPS End-of-Year Awards Night! Since we unfortunately cannot get together for an actual dinner and happy hour, it will be held virtually (via Zoom). We will have the full program of awards, just no food. Any eating and drinking will be on your […]

No Events Planned: August 1-16

There will be no regularly scheduled Tuesday night meetings in August 2020. NVPS is on summer break. Meetings will resume on Tuesday, September 1, 2020.  

Programs: Photographic Voice and Vision with Nikhil Bahl

Every photographer should think about how they can find their photographic voice. Once a photographer has found their voice, they can then start to develop their vision. It takes time, but both these aspects are essential to the growth of any photographer. Nikhil will define photographic voice and vision and share his thoughts on how […]

Education & Training – Understanding Photoshop Layers with Jim Sinsheimer

As we all know, Photoshop is an awesome editing tool for photographers. It has many choices with regard to tools that provide virtually unlimited editing possibilities. One of the most versatile capabilities is use of layers in the workflow process. In Jim’s presentation, he will review what a layer is, the different types of layers, what […]

Field Trips: Monuments at Night

  Please join us for a club favorite, Monuments at Night on Friday September 11th at 7 pm.  This is a wonderful opportunity for all levels of photographers, especially beginners.  Your host, Steven Glintz, will be on hand for any questions or trouble you may have. Your field trip coordinators will also monitor for any […]

Competition with Judge Steve Gottlieb – No Theme

Thousands of Steve Gottlieb’s photographs—ranging from architecture to people to landscapes—have been published worldwide. His images have been featured in Shutterbug, Popular Photography, American Photo, Rangefinder, and Photo District News, among others. He is the photographer—as well as author and designer—of six books, including American Icons, Washington: Portrait of a City, FLUSH: Celebrating Bathrooms Past & Present, and Abandoned America. Abandoned America was selected by both People […]