Welcome to the Alameda Photographic Society
We invite you to explore photography through friendship, workshops, competition and learning programs. Look around, get to know our photographers, our mission, places we visit and the excitement of expression; better yet come to one of our meetings and see for yourself.
Visitors are always welcome at our meetings.
We meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 7:15 p.m. at 2441 San Jose Ave. in Alameda, CA (with the exception of December and the fourth Tuesday in July). Look for the side door of the First Christian Church. It says Fellowship Hall; just come up the stairs to find our group.
To compete with your images and have trained judges provide feedback, join our Club. CLICK HERE to apply for membership and CLICK HERE to pay your dues with PayPal.
You can also join our Meet-up to receive meeting announcements: http://www.meetup.com/Alameda-Photographic-Society/
Competition nights are on 2nd Tuesdays (Not in December). Program nights are on the 4th Tuesdays (not in July or December).
Field Trip Hold Harmless Agreement - In order to participate in APS Field Trips we are now requiring that each attendee have a signed Hold Harmless Agreement on file with the club's Treasurer.
Northern California Council of Camera Clubs (N4C) Newsletter -- Latest N4C competition results
Tuesday, September 11: Competition Night - The categories are: Pictorial, Journalism, Monochrome, Travel, and Cash for Images (the topic is "Youth"). Remember that for the Cash for Images category, the images you submit must be photographed since the last competition night. You may submit as many images as you would like for $1.00 each. Please pay the Club Treasurer (Paul) as soon as you arrive at the meeting.
Tuesday, September 25: Program Night - Bob Hirschfeld will present his favorite travel pictures and talk about why he thinks they are successful.
Month of September: APS Photo Exhibition - the LOCAL cafe located at 1333 Park St, Alameda.
Tuesday, October 9: Competition Night - The categories are: Pictorial, Creative, Nature, and Cash for Images (the topic is "Architectural Detail"). Remember that for the Cash for Images category, the images you submit must be photographed since the last competition night. You may submit as many images as you would like for $1.00 each. Please pay the Club Treasurer (Paul) as soon as you arrive at the meeting.
Tuesday, October 23: Program Night - Special Software Tools: Stephen Hinchey on Changing Colors and Susan Dunn will cover Cloning.
Friday, November 2: Open Field Trip to Berkeley's Shattuck Cinema - Landmark Theaters will show a recent, highly regarded documentary about the life of street photographer Garry Winogrand. Details and signups can be found on our Meetup site, http://www.meetup.com/Alameda-Photographic-Society/ . The exact showing time will be posted here when available.
Alameda Photographic Society Affiliations
The Northern California Council of Camera Clubs (N4C) is the umbrella organization for 11 San Francisco Bay Area camera clubs, whose members comprise photography enthusiasts—beginners, amateurs and professionals. N4C provides an opportunity to grow photographically and compete at an inter-club level. Most individual member clubs hold their own local monthly judged competitions in two photographic mediums, Prints and Projected Images, and in various subject matter.
Join in the fun with N4C and their local camera clubs. Participate in field trips, seminars, and workshops, share learning experiences and camaraderie among fellow photographers in your area! We use the N4C competition definitions and rules for all of our competitions.
Click here for the N4C Competition definitions.
Read the Latest N4C Newsletter
Click here for the latest N4C Competition Results.
The Alameda Photographic Society of America is also a member of the Photographic Society of America (PSA) and its local Yerba Buena chapter. The Photographic Society of America is a worldwide organization for anyone interested in photography. The society includes casual shutterbugs, serious amateurs, and professional photographers. Founded in 1934, PSA has members in over 70 countries. Individual, club, and council memberships offer a wide variety of services and activities: a monthly magazine; online photo galleries, image evaluation, study groups, and courses; competitions; an annual conference; recognition; and discounts on photography-related products and services.
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