Upcoming Events

Christmas Market Photowalk Meetup

Christmas Market Photowalk Meetup

Saturday 16 December
44 E Camperdown Way - 11am - 2 Hours
Aidana McCutcheon
Embark on a visual journey of festive delights by joining the "Christmas Market Photowalk class." This unique experience invites participants to immerse themselves in the enchanting atmosphere of a holiday market while refining their photography skills under expert guidance. Capture the magical essence of the season as you stroll through twinkling lights, vibrant stalls, and festive decorations. Whether you're a photography enthusiast or a beginner, this class offers a perfect blend of seasonal charm and skill enhancement. Seize the opportunity to learn new techniques, document the spirit of the holidays, and create lasting memories through the art of photography. Join us for a delightful and enriching experience that goes beyond the lens, celebrating the joy of the Christmas season in every snapshot.
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Winter Woodland Photography Meetup

Winter Woodland Photography Meetup

Saturday 30 December
2401 State Park Rd - 12pm - 2 Hours
Aidana McCutcheon
Embark on a magical journey through nature's winter wonderland by joining our Winter Woodland Photography meetup. This immersive experience offers participants a unique opportunity to capture the serene beauty of winter landscapes, with snow-covered trees, frost-kissed branches, and the ethereal play of light on pristine snow. Our expert instructors will guide you through the intricacies of winter photography, from mastering exposure in snowy conditions to capturing the subtle details that make winter scenes truly enchanting. Whether you're a seasoned photographer or a beginner, this class provides a platform to refine your skills, embrace the challenges and rewards of winter photography, and create stunning images that encapsulate the serene charm of the season. Don't miss the chance to hone your photography skills while immersing yourself in the breathtaking beauty of a winter woodland setting. Join us for an unforgettable experience that will leave you with captivating images and lasting memories.
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Photography Scavenger Hunt Meetup

Photography Scavenger Hunt Meetup

Saturday 27 January
Downtown Greenville - 11am - 2 Hours
Aidana McCutcheon
Embark on a thrilling adventure of creativity and discovery by joining our Photography Scavenger Hunt class. This unique experience goes beyond traditional photography classes, offering participants an interactive and dynamic way to enhance their photography skills. Through a series of carefully curated challenges, you'll not only refine your technical abilities but also develop a keen eye for composition and storytelling. The scavenger hunt format encourages participants to explore their surroundings with a fresh perspective, seeking out hidden gems and unexpected moments to capture through the lens. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned photographer, this class provides a playful and engaging environment to hone your craft, fostering creativity and camaraderie among participants. Join us for a Photography Scavenger Hunt class that promises not only skill enhancement but also a memorable and enjoyable experience that will elevate your passion for photography to new heights.
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Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in Greenville .

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

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    It was wonderful. Time well spent.
    It was nice to meet different photographers.
    Aidana McCutcheon
    Hi! My name is Aidana (pronounced i-da-na) and I am still new to the Greenville area. I graduated from Rowan University with my Bachelor's in Art and Photography and have been taking photos for about 10 years! My preferred style is portrait photography, street photography, and nature as well. I have experience doing a few different events; a wedding, a church service, and a banquet and picnic. I hope to meet fellow photography enthusiasts and help others discover all the great things about photography!
    Greenville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Just off Pelham Road east of I-85
    In searching for whatever wildlife we could find, we ran across this red tailed hawk one early morning. I pulled into a parking lot and shot a few frames still in the driver?s seat. The morning sun highlighted her (female we think) beautifully. She didn?t stick around long, so we were fortunate to get this one. Used my Nikon D3500 starter kit with the zoom lens that came with it. Auto settings.
    Credit: Rob Thomas
    Instagram: @producerrob

    Greenville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Swirls near Wilson Creek
    I had been looking for a place to capture a swirl all season. Inspired by a photo from Kevin Adams, I sought out this waterfall in North Carolina. I was not disappointed! Sony A7iii - F18/ ISO 50/ 5 sec
    Credit: Tedd Garner
    Instagram: @fetedd
    Greenville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Hwy 215 in North Carolina near Balsam Grove
    Myself and another photographer took a vacation day to chase fall colors. Started in Pickens and ended up in Cherokee. This shot was one of my favorites of the day. We took turns watching for traffic, while we took shots with different compositions. Shot with a Nikon Z9 14-30mm Lens. SS1/40s F8 and ISO 250. Used a tripod.
    Credit: Barry Pack
    Facebook: Barry Pack
    Instagram: barrypackphotography

    Greenville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Downtown Greenville, SC
    Daybreak over downtown Greenville.
    Credit: Bob King
    Instagram: bobkinglandscapes

    Greenville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Duncan, South Carolina
    A curious Ruby Throated Hummingbird. She is a regular early morning visitor.Shot using a Sony A1, Sony 200-600mm @600mm, F6.3 , ISO 3200, Shutter 1/4000The slope in my backyard created an solid bright green background. I decided to grey the background to better isolate the bird in a calmer neutral color. A small amount of vignette was added for framing.
    Credit: John Ashcraft
    Greenville Photography Group
    Title or Location: Bubbling Branch Falls, North Carolina
    I have been planning this photo all summer after being inspired by Kevin Adams.. I got rained out on my first attempt. I knew the waterfall and the Milky Way lined up nicely. This is 2 photos blended, the waterfall was during Blue Hour and the Milky Way was a couple hours later. I got lucky and captured a couple of meteors! Settings for the Milky Way shot: ISO2000/ F1.4 / 13sec
    Credit: Tedd Garner
    Instagram: @Fetedd

    Birmingham Photography Group
    Title or Location: Wellesbourne Mountford Airfield
    Vulcan XM655, landed at Wellesbourne Airfield in Feb 1984, Still in running order.At a paid-for up close and personal event there.After a downpour in the afternoon, I managed to get down low and muddy to line up a handheld reflection as a bracketed HDR of 7 shots.As the sun started to set behind me, giving a nice reflective sun hue over the aircraft and minimising shadows. The resulting standing water gives a great reflection in reverse.45mm 1/30 f4
    Credit: Craig Burley
    Facebook: Craig.Burley.5
    Instagram: Craig.Burley.5
    Reading Photography Group
    Title or Location: New Forest wildlife park
    Worth a visit to the New Forest wildlife park , great to see wolves in the Forest again ..&128522
    Credit: Mark Isaacs
    Facebook: MI photography
    Sacramento Photography Group
    Title or Location: Osaka Aquarium, Osaka, Japan
    Photo taken at Osaka Aquarium, Osaka, Japan. This was a pretty cool aquarium. Several tanks were several stories tall with viewing area on each floor. This photo is of a Black Crown Night Heron. Shot with my Nikon Z8 Nikon Z24-120S 4.0Processed with Photoshop Topaz . I shoot raw so I used several adjustment layers to achieve the desired look.
    Credit: John P Simpson

    Ocala Photography Group
    Title or Location: Christmas Boxer
    I was testing out a new backdrop that I purchased for a family mini Christmas shoot that I have coming up. I used to make my children be my models but since they are grown Zeus, my boxer, was such a good boy and was my model. This was shot on a Canon EOS 6D with the EF 24-105mm f/4L at 24mm, ISO 320, 1/160. I used two Alien B800 strobes with white umbrellas.
    Credit: Sharon Howard Photography
    Facebook: Sharon La Casse Howard
    Pasadena Photography Group
    Title or Location: Glendora
    In 1989 I started a tradition of Photos with Santa. At the time I was Public Relations Director and Event coordinator for Bless Keller, later to merge with Dilbeck Realtors as Director of P.R. and Special Events. When I started this event we had 3 offices and Santa and I would show up at each office for a Holiday Party and Free Santa Photos. This was a client appreciation event as well as an introduction event to our communities. Over the years we increased our locations to 14 offices. This
    Credit: Bev Widney
    Peterborough Photography Group
    Title or Location: Ham Cut at Ferry Meadows.
    Kingfishers are very active at the moment. This one caught a fish and I was lucky enough to catch the picture as it turned it's prey around to swallow it head first.
    Credit: Rob Walker
    Facebook: Rob Walker Photography
    Instagram: rob100walker

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