Who we are: The Friends Photo Society organizes monthly meetings focused on nature photography in the North West. These meetings typically consist of a presentation by a professional photographer, followed by a sharing of nature photos made by the attendees. In addition to guest speakers, we are planning to organize photo walks on the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge led by experienced photographers. The Friends Photo Society is a great opportunity to improve your photography skills, to network with other photographers and meet like-minded folks!
All Photo Society meetings are free and open to both members of the Friends and non-members. Monthly meetings are held at the Visitor Center at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, 19255 SW Pacific Hwy, Sherwood, OR 97140. on the first Thursday of every month at 7 PM .
The Friends Photo Society also offers some wonderful volunteering opportunities with the Refuge. Examples of volunteer opportunities include, leading of photo walks at the Refuge, creating photo journals of major restoration projects at the Refuge, and others.
Do you enjoy taking nature photos? Would you like to improve your photographic skills? Come to one of our monthly gatherings to learn from the best!
September 5th our guest speaker and presenter is Adam Bacher, a Portland-based professional photographer, who will present his Conspiracy of Ravens project. (Intriguing title isn’t it?)
October 3rd yet to be assigned
November 7th our guest speaker and presenter is Patricia Davidson, a professional nature and landscape photographer based in Oregon. She spent over twenty years on the southern Oregon Coast developing her landscape photography skills on the beaches and in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. In 2015, she set off in an RV on an epic four year journey to photograph the American West. She will entertain us with photos from her travels for 4 years as a nomadic photographer visiting national and state parks.