Grand Canyon Photography Club

pennsylvania grand canyon

Celebrating our 20th Year

Based in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, we began our photographic journey together in 2001. We have over 40 members, ranging in skill level from beginner to professional, who share a passion for photography. We work in all photographic mediums, from film to digital.

Meetings are held monthly on the second Tuesday of each month from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center in Wellsboro, PA. After a short business discussion, the featured program covers a photography-related topic, anything from composition to the latest smart phone photography. Following a break for refreshments, we have an in-depth critique of member submitted images.

Annual dues are $20 per individual, $35 per family, and $15 per student.

Upcoming Program

 

Anticipating May 2021 Return

We hope to resume regular club meetings by May at the Gmeiner. In the meantime,  watch your e-mail for details on club activities.

Exhibits

 

Individuals exhibit monthly at the Native Bagel in Wellsboro, PA. Currently exhibiting: Paul Bozzo

Resources

GCPC Bylaws
Six Gestalt Principles

Newsletter

GCPC publishes a monthly newsletter that includes information on the club, its officers, the upcoming program, and showcases images from the previous month's critique. Click on the link below to see our latest issue.

April 2021 GCPC Newsletter

 

Previous 2021 Newsletters

January Newsletter

February Newsletter

March Newsletter

Critique

With the exception of a few months throughout the year, we have a monthly critique of member submitted images on a predetermined theme.

We have created a Facebook page where members in good standing can submit critique images for the forseeable future. REMINDER: Members who want their images to appear in the newsletter need to also send them to Mia via e-mail. The April 2021 Critique theme is: Spring Is Here.

Our last critique theme was I'm Bored, Where's Spring? This image was submitted by member Curt Sweely and is titled Untitled.

robin photo by curt sweely