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Photo Shoots and Workshops

Shoot at great locations, practice technique, and learn new skills in an informal setting. Our activities include local and day-trip shoots with instruction led by leading photographers, workshops with hands-on practice, and meetups free to members and just for the fun of it.  This is a great way to meet fellow club members.

Shoots and Workshops for 2018-2019

Image Review Session led by Versace, September 2018
Sunrise at Blast Furnace Photo Shoot with Versace, September 2018
Sunrise at Blast Furnace 
Sunset Shoot at the Hoover-Mason Trestle, September 2018
Photographing Dahlias!
October 2018
Cost Effective Lighting for Portraits Workshop led by Michael Barone, October 2018

Longwood Gardens Macro Shoot by Don Schroder, December 2018

Night at the Museum led by Buddy Eleazer, January 2019
Photo Tips for Wildlife led by Buddy Eleazer, April 2019
Foundational Camera Exposure Basics in an Automated Digital Age led by Robert Penchick, April 2019
Composition and Design in Photography led by Joan Pasternak, April 2019
Fine Art Printing, at Image Archive with Ed Saukulak, May 2019
Upcoming Events
Upcoming Shoots

Additional scheduling is underway – come back soon.

Workshops are LIMITED TO DUES PAID MEMBERS OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB. Some workshops may include a fee due to instructor cost or location. When attendance is limited, spaces will be filled in order of paid registration.

Previous Workshops and Shoots

  • Ellis Island Hardhat Workshop – behind the scenes exclusive workshop to shoot the well known parts of Ellis Island as well as several, more decaying structures not open to the public
  • Macro Workshop with Mike Moats – two day indoor workshop included lecture and shooting opportunities
  • Lakota Wolf Preserve – full day workshop photographing wolves, bobcats and foxes
  • Conowingo Bald Eagle Meet Up – Conowingo Dam to photograph bald eagles and other birds
  • Water in Motion Workshop led by Bob Becker - Part One, classroom instruction on slow shutter speed motion capture. Part Two, field trip to practice what we learned.

Bethlehem, PA