Flagpole Photographers Camera Club

  • 'Newtown & Beyond' Photo Exhibit Opens At Municipal Center

    Flagpole Photographers Camera Club formally opened their 6th Annual “Newtown and Beyond” Photography Exhibit on Sunday, November 8, at Newtown Municipal Center.

    The exhibit, which went up November 2, features 219 photos by 17 photographers who are members of the local camera club. The exhibition will remain on view in the main corridor of the town building through November 25.

  • Flagpole Photographers To Bid Farewell To Summer During October Meeting

    While wind and trees are filling the air and local streets with dancing nuances of red, orange and yellow, the Flagpole Photographers are devoting their next meeting to a different, bygone season.

    On Thursday, October 22, at 7:15 pm, members of the club are challenged to showcase their “Best of Summer” shots. The assignment’s photographs can be of anything, but must have been taken during the summer of 2015.

  • Flagpole Photographers To Start New Season At Arts Festival

    “Enders Falls” by Darrell Harrington won the Dave Kriger Nature Award during the Flagpole Photographers Camera Club 2015 Annual Competition. The club will participate September 19-20 in Newtown Arts Festival, and will then host its first meeting-competition on September 24 at a new meeting location.

  • Talarino Named Flagpole Photo Club Lifetime Member

    Jim Talarino, left, was honored on June 18 with an Emeritus Lifetime Membership in recognition of over 25 years of service to the Flagpole Photographers Camera Club. Presenting the award was Club President Mark Ashbolt.

  • ‘My Backyard’ Next Flagpole Photographers Program

    On Thursday, June 18, Flagpole Photographers Camera Club will host a general meeting and photo competition in the lower meeting room of C.H. Booth Library.

    June’s assigned subject is “My Backyard.” Members of the local photography club are to showcase their creativity for capturing various photography of their interpretation of their backyard. There will also be competitions in Digital, Black & White, and Open Color.

  • Photographers’ Favorites On View

    Erik Landegren stands next to his photo, “Portrait Under The Surface,” which won The Bruce Allen Open Print Award at the Flagpole Photographers Camera Club Annual Competition. Mr Landegren picked up four awards during the May 31 event.

  • Tools Of Their Trade: Flagpole Photographers Presenting Cameras, Images At Library

    Flagpole Photographers Camera Club is presenting “The Progression of Photography,” with 19 cameras ranging from a 1930 Kodak Rainbow Hawk-Eye to a 2010 Canon Powershot, at C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street.

  • Flagpole Photographers Programs Update

    This month, Flagpole Photographers will be hosting a unique two-part “Black and White” workshop-seminar photography event on Friday and Saturday, April 11-12. The local photography club will also host a regular monthly meeting, and members are invited to compete in any of four photography competitions.

  • Flagpole Photographers Meeting, Program Updates

    On Thursday, March 19, Flagpole Photographers Camera Club will host a general meeting and photo competition.

    March’s assigned subject is “Bridges.” Club members will be challenged to showcase their creativity for capturing various photography of bridges. There will also be competitions in Digital, Black & White and Open Color.

  • ‘Getting To Know Your Camera’

    On Thursday, February 5, Flagpole Photographers Camera Club will host a hands-on program. “Getting To Know Your Camera” will feature an open discussion on photography tips and tricks, and improving photographs with one's own camera.