Art Society of 
Strathcona County

 Sherwood Park Photography Group

 of the Art Society of Strathcona County

Next Meeting February 20, 2018 - 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Meeting subject:  Sensor Size Decryption 
Photo review subject: composition open discussion 
We are a group of individuals who share a common interest in Photography, whether advanced or beginner. For meeting times and dates please refer to the Heading listed on this page above the first image. Meetings are held at the Ottewell Centre unless otherwise posted.

The ASSC's Sherwood Park Photography Group invites all those who are interested in photography to come to one of our meetings , participate in our 'round table discussions' and share your passion. 

Whether it is learning how to photograph your cat, dog, family, your favorite holiday spot or learning about photo software, we can help. It doesn't matter how simple or sophisticated your camera is, we all enjoy the learning and sharing that is exchanged in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. 
Photography can be one of the most enjoyable of hobbies. It allows for one's creative talents to grow as you interact and participate with others. The Sherwood Park Photography Group is fortunate to have some very creative and talented members whose works consist of published images and technical write-ups in photography magazines such as Outdoor Photography Canada. 

Come and bring a friend. Share your passion and your interest. Your first visit will cost you nothing while providing you with the opportunity to meet others and share an evening. Your participation would be welcome. We suggest you bring your camera. 

Membership is $40.00/yr into the Art Society of Strathcona County.  

"What is photography if not but the capturing of a singular moment, only to have that moment transformed into a memory that lasts a lifetime"

            Photo by Leslie Degner

          Photo by Al Dixon

         "The Skull" - multi-layered photo created by Tony Goobie

If you require more information please feel free to contact Blaine Kaiser at:

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