a club for everyone who loves photography
Welcome to The Woodlands Photography Club. We are a group of people who love photography.
From amateur to professional - film to digital - and beyond.
We come together to learn and share from each other and to have FUN!
Congratulations to Doug Wilson for winning the May mini-contest. The subject was "motion", but he managed to capture an excellent night fairground scene.
of the members asked Doug how he took the photograph. "With a
tripod." he replied. The comment received a small laugh from the crowd.
It was an honest answer as well as amusing.
streets can be surprisingly bright ."Street Scene" was taken in
Cambridge, Massachusetts. The camera was a hand held Nikon FE with a 24mm, f
2.0 lens and Ilford HP4 Plus 125 film.
"Milky Way over TSP" shows why the Texas Star Party is
held in the Davis Mountains of West Texas. The photograph was taken with a
Nikon D300, 24mm f2.0 lens, and a tripod.
Change you point of view. See Houston landmarks from the river. Allen's Landing, Houston's birthplace, Sabine Promenade, Sesquicentennial Park, and bayou wilderness await the adventuresome photographer.
Cost: $20 per person.
Houston Zoo Field Trip
Members rose early May 30th to go behind the scenes at the Houston Zoo.
Christine Tremoulet (photographer) and copyright attorney Katie Sunstrom discussed how to publish and protect your images.
Thanks Christine and Katie!
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