Monthly Meetings

The Lewisburg Photography Club meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month from 7-9 p.m. At present, meetings are held at the Buffalo Valley Lutheran Village's The Village Common building, 189 E. Tressler Boulevard, Lewisburg, PA.

Directions to The Village Common: Here are directions for those who have never been to The Village Common building. Driving west on Route 192 from Lewisburg, turn left onto Reitz Blvd as if you are going to Public Library for Union County. On Reitz Blvd going south take the first right (Tressler Blvd). The Village Common building is set back from Reitz Blvd. Park in the parking lot in front of the building. Enter the center front doors and go straight into a large room set up like a dining room.

The Village Common is at "Buffalo Valley Lutheran Village" red pin.

Past Meetings

Past Photo Club meetings – Topics and Speaker’s notes.

Next Meeting

The next Lewisburg Photography Club meeting is Thursday May 23, 2019 from 7-9 pm at The Village Common (usual place) on Buffalo Valley Lutheran Village campus.  If you need directions, see
At the May meeting we have the pleasure to hear Tom Travis and view many of his photos from around the world.  You may know Tom’s photography work as he recently had a photo exhibit on “Females Around the World” at the Library for Union County.  Tom lives in Lewisburg but currently is traveling in Morocco.



Photos of Women, Children, Animals and Mountains from Around the World
Speaker: Tom Travis



Abstract: Tom will share photos from his world travels of women, children, mountains and animals.  He will discuss his approach to photography, which emphasizes composition over picture quality.  He focuses on the emotion of people and the beauty of mountains.  He use photography to record his travel experiences and to educate people about the world.
Bio of Tom Travis: Tom is Professor Emeritus of International Relations and Political Science at Bucknell University.  He has traveled widely to 109 countries and has lived in Italy, India, and Russia. He exhibits his photos in albums on FLICKR where they have had over three million views, and recently at public libraries.
Critique Forum

After Tom’s talk we will break for light refreshments and conversation for ten minutes or so then Dan will get us back together for a Critique Forum.  If you wish to participate and have your photos critiqued by the group, please submit up to five JPEG images to Dan at by 5 pm Tuesday May 21.   And if you have not read the two articles, you should read the two below articles before the meeting!

Details of Critique Forum:  Members have the opportunity to submit up to five JPEG images to be critiqued by the group. Dan will select at least one image per person from the pool of submitted images. At the meeting the photographer will have the opportunity to tell a brief story about each selected image, including what they were trying to accomplish when they took the picture. The group will point out positive aspects of each image as well as ways the photo could be improved and possibly how the photographer could improve their technique. The purpose of the Critique Forum is for us to learn from each other!

The theme for the June 2019 Photo Quest is “Flowers.”