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Flagpole Photographers Club February Programs Announced



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Flagpole Photographers Camera Club has announced its programs for the month.

The club will host a “Know Your Camera” presentation on Thursday, February 7.

For those who got a new camera or are ready to explore other settings, this is the night for them. After an overview of the basic settings, attendees will get hands-on experience at different stations. Experienced photographers will be at each station to cover important fundamentals.

“Know Your Camera” will begin at 7:30 pm. It will be presented at Newtown Senior Center, 14 Riverside Road.

The competition theme for February is “Bugs.” This will take place on Thursday, February 28, at 7:15 pm, also at the senior center.

Members compete in a different assignment each month, as well as in three additional categories: Open Digital, Open Color, and Open Monochrome. While the competition is only open to members, the public is invited to listen to critiques and learn about photography.

There is no charge to attend Flagpole Photographers Camera Club competitions. Flagpole Photographers is a local nonprofit group that enables members to share their images and expertise, to learn and grow in their photography, and to enjoy the camaraderie of fellow photographers who come from diverse backgrounds, with photographic skills ranging from beginning novices to professionals.

New members are always welcome to join the club and may enter their work in monthly club competitions, participate in workshops, take field trips, get involved in community programs, and take part in annual exhibits. Dues are $35 per person or $55 for a family. Students may join at no charge.

Additional club information; meeting dates, including calendar of events; member galleries; and workshop information can be found at flagpolephotographers.com.

For more information, contact info@flagpolephotographers.com.

Flagpole Photographers will host a “Know Your Camera” workshop during its first meeting of the month, open to anyone with a new camera or wishing to explore additional features on their equipment.  (Mark Ashbolt photo) 

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