The Monthly Club meeting is the second Thursday of each month at 6:45pm. The meetings are currently held on Zoom. Details on how to join the online meeting are provided in an email to registered members prior to the meeting.
Our meetings devote about 15 minutes to the Monthly Theme (see below).
Each meeting has a topic to inform, challenge, or hone skills. The main part is a presentation by a club member or a visiting speaker with extensive experience and knowledge on the topic.
See the most recent Monthly Meeting announcement.
Four our Monthly Themes member-submitted photos are presented as a Critique session, or a Show & Tell. Submissions for the monthly theme are due the Saturday before the monthly meeting. The theme usually relates to the previous month’s presentation and topic.
Critique sessions evaluate what works and what could be improved in each photo.
For Show and Tell the photographers have about a minute to tell about their pictures – anything they wish to share.
Occasionally, we will have a Post-processing Challenge where members are given a JPG photo to download and edit any way they like.
See the most recent Monthly Theme announcement.
Seminars and Webinars
The technical webinars are short (about an hour), targeted demonstrations of specific technical areas to build members’ skills.
See most recent Webinar announcement.
Workshops and Outings
When it is again safe to do so our club will again conduct frequent outings, photo-walks, field trips, and photo shoots.
We plan to go to local gardens, parks, and trails to do some landscape and nature photography!
We also expect to go to fairs and festivals which provide rich opportunities for a variety of photography genres.
We hope to start photography contests for our members in 2021. More on this as the plans ar developed.
In 2020 the Peachtree Corners Photography Club participated in the Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival with a very successful exhibition. We hope to again have a gallery event in 2021.
We also provide our Journal for photo-stories and articles by club members.