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Seattle Professional Photographers Association, Washington USA

Seattle Professional Photographers Association, Washington USA

Seattle Professional Photographers Association has information on photography events education business convention West Coast School trade show and Pro Photo Expo. Seattle Professional Photographers Association is an Affiliate of Professional Photographers of America. SPPA has been meeting monthy since 1945. Our primary goal is to educate photographers to better serve their customers while maintaining excellence in their creative endeavors. In all dealings with users of photography and the general public, each member and participant of this Association shall: Strive to present all photographic services in surroundings and in a manner reflecting the highest level of professionalism. Strive at all times to produce photography and photographic services in accordance with the highest level of professionalism. Deal with all users of photography and the general public with honesty and integrity. Avoid using any marketing or competitive practice that violates any Federal Trade Commission, or other Federal or State regulatory agency rule or regulation, or Federal or State stature, or any decision of any Federal or State Court.

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Tacoma Photographic Society - Photography Camera Club, Washington USA

Tacoma Photographic Society - Photography Camera Club, Washington USA

Tacoma Photographic Society TPS members range from beginning amateur to long time semiprofessional. We challenge each other to progress in the art of photography and our meetings are designed to do just that. We meet once each month for those who wish to show slides and once for those who prefer prints. Many members do both. Meetings consist of a competition in which each image is judged by a panel of three and then put to a popular vote by those in attendance. All images are open to comment by society members unless the image-maker chooses otherwise. It is a great way to learn from other photographers and grow in our own abilities. We encourage members to enter contests such as the Puyallup Fair and other exhibits. We sponsor our own event at the spring fair and look to our membership to help administer the activities.

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Blue Mountain Photo Club, Walla Walla, Washington USA

Blue Mountain Photo Club, Walla Walla, Washington USA

BMPC is a nonprofit club, dedicated to the art of Photography. The club was started by photo enthusiasts that felt there was a need and want for photographic comradory, as well as sharing of ideas and images. Our goal is being met by club members and guests, through continuing education, competitions, experimentation, field trips, and promotion of photography.

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Film Pack Camera Club, Vancouver, Washington USA

Film Pack Camera Club, Vancouver, Washington USA

The Film Pack Camera Club meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 pm, September through May.Visitors are always welcome.There are also year-round field trips as interests arise. Meetings are held at the Marshall Center in Vancouver:Marshall Center,1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd,Vancouver, WA 98663,Elm Room.Membership Benefits include: Access to all meetings and slide shows--Entry into local and national competitions with other photography clubs--Attending group field trips around the Northwest--A subscription to the "Adapter”, the club’s news letter--Dedicated space for an online gallery of your best work--A filmpack.org e-mail address (yourname@filmpack.org)--Learning from experienced club photographers--Having fun and honing you picture taking abilities

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Spokane Valley Camera Club, Washington USA

Spokane Valley Camera Club, Washington USA

The purpose of the Spokane Valley Camera Club is to aid and benefit by mutual cooperation those interested in photography, in the Inland Empire, for purposes which will promote greater interest, knowledge and the practice of photography.

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Spokane Camera Club, Washington USA

Spokane Camera Club, Washington USA

The promotion of the art and science of amateur photography in its various branches, through the association of its members, for study and entertainment in matters relating to photography, for photographic exhibitions and contests, and for any other purpose which will promote greater interest and betterment in the knowledge and practice of amateur photography.

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F:67 Camera Club, Bremerton - Washington USA

F:67 Camera Club, Bremerton - Washington USA

The F:67 Camera Club was established more than 60 years ago by a group of photo enthusiasts from the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. The club's name is derived from the shipyard's Shop 67 where some of the original members worked.Since the club's inception, members have participated in the continuous evolution of photography, beginning with the early days of the twin-lens reflex camera and black and white film, to the introduction of color print film, ASA 10 Kodachrome slide film, the emergence of the 35 mm single lens reflex camera as the dominant camera type, the rise of Nikon, the introduction of built-in light meters, the introduction of zoom lenses followed by autofocus lenses and image stabilized lenses, the explosion of digital photography and the death of film and the wet darkroom, and, finally, the fall of Nikon from dominance (pushed aside by Canon). Club members have kept pace with the relentless progression of photographic technology through shared experiences, informal discussions, and formal classes. The F:67 Camera Club currently meets twice a month (with some exceptions). The first Monday of the month is reserved for slide presentations and digital image projection. The second Monday of the month is reserved for print presentations. On the third Monday of the month a business meeting is held at a member's home.In addition to slide, digital, and print competitions and presentations, the club holds an Annual Banquet and Salon which includes a competition and...

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Boeing Employees' Photographic Society, Washington USA

Boeing Employees' Photographic Society, Washington USA

The Society promotes the knowledge, appreciation, and enjoyment of the art and science of photography. The Club has a well-equipped dark room at the Kent Activity Center capable of black and white and color processing (3 enlargers), slide copying, and print mounting. Also, the club has a professionally equipped portrait studio.

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Bainbridge Island Photo Club, Washington USA

Bainbridge Island Photo Club, Washington USA

Bainbridge Island Photo Club offers improvement in photography skills through tutorial meetings study groups and competitions. Both conventional and digital photography. On odd- numbered months (January, March, etc.) the meetings are competition sessions where members bring in images they'd like to display and have judged in the context of other members' efforts. The meetings on even numbered months present an educational theme of one kind or another, often led by outsiders who bring new blood and fresh ideas to the scene. Club activities also include special interest groups and occasional field trips to nearby locations such as the Columbia River Gorge or Seattle's Japanese Garden.The Bainbridge Island Photo Club (BIPC) was organized as a non-profit in 1999 on Bainbridge Island, WA, in the Seattle area. A few people wanted a place where they could share what they know and don't know about photography, and thereby improve their skills and enjoyment. They were right. Those who have been around since the early days can testify to how much the quality of the Club's photography has improved over the years.

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