Meetings

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 Central PA Chamber of Commerce building in Montandon (directions below).

Directions to Central PA Chamber of Commerce Building
 
The Central PA Chamber of Commerce has a Milton address--30 Lawton Ln, Milton--but the building is actually in Montandon near the PA State Police Barracks and CSIU.
       Driving from Lewisburg, take Route 45 east across the Lewisburg Bridge to Montandon. At the only blinking stop light in Montandon (Sunoco Gas Station on corner), take a left onto Housels Run Road.  Drive on Housels Run Road north for about a half mile and turn right on to Lawton Lane.   As you turn, you will be able to see the Central PA Chamber of Commerce building on the right.  Park in the parking lot and enter through the front door.  We are meeting in the back room (Smith Room or Training Center).

Past Meetings

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

Next Meeting

The next Lewisburg Photography Club meeting is at 7 pm Thursday June 23, 2022 at the Central PA Chamber of Commerce building in Montandon (directions above).  We will be meeting in the back room or the Training Center. If you wish to arrive early to socialize with others, I will be opening the door at 6:30 pm.

My Favorite Type of Photography:  Wildlife

Speaker: Bob Haefner
 

Description:  The presentation will highlight wildlife photography that Bob has done over the years.  There will be photos from trips to Conowingo Dam for bald eagles and Benezette for elk.  Expect to see other fauna that Bob was fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time to photograph.

 

Bio:  Bob’s journey in photography started in 2000 with a simple disposable 35 mm camera and a desire to show family and friends the sights from a trip to New England.  After a photo of a moose didn’t turn out as expected, he decided to upgrade to an SLR and learn how to use it.  He practiced making images of his family over the next 8 years.  In 2008, he made the switch to digital.  Numerous books and videos were studied over the years in an effort to teach himself the technical aspects of the equipment and techniques used to create high quality images.  His main photographic interests reside in landscape and wildlife photography, but lately has been trying his hand at portrait and sports photography.

After Bob’s presentation, we will have a short break.  Then Dan will bring our group back together for a Photo Quest.

 

Photo Quest
 

The theme for this month’s Photo Quest is “Blue.”

 

For those wishing to participate, please submit up to three jpeg images to Dan at hyde@bucknell.edu by 7 pm Tuesday June 21.  At the meeting, the photographer will have the opportunity to talk for a minute or two about each of their images and the audience will have a chance to ask information-based questions, e.g., “Which lens did you use?”