We are a group of individuals who share a common interest in photography, whether advanced or beginner. In non-COVID times, we meet at the A.J. Ottewell Arts Centre (Red Barn), 590 Broadmoor Boulevard in Sherwood Park.Due to the pandemic, we will continue our club activities by meeting on-line using Zoom. The time of the on-line Zoom meetings is identical to that of the in-person meetings, namely from 19:00 to 21:00 on the third Tuesday of each month beginning in September. Traditionally, no meetings are held during the month of December and during the summer months, but we are currently looking at the option of continuing our monthly meetings during the summer of 2021.
The next Zoom meeting is on Tuesday, August 17, 2021 from 19:00 to 21:00.
The ASSC's Sherwood Park Photography Group invites all those who are interested in photography to come to one of our meetings, participate in our 'round table discussions' and share your passion.
Whether it is learning how to photograph your cat, dog, family, your favorite holiday spot or learning about photo hardware and software, we all can contribute. It doesn't matter how simple or sophisticated your camera is, we all enjoy the learning and sharing that is exchanged in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
Photography can be one of the most enjoyable of hobbies. It allows our creative vision and skills to grow as we interact and participate with others.
The Sherwood Park Photography Group is fortunate to have some very creative and talented members whose works consist of published images, technical articles, as well as winning entries in photography competitions.
Share your passion and your interest.
Your first visit will cost you nothing while providing you with the opportunity to meet others and share an evening. Contact the Sherwood Park Photography Group (SPPG), e-mail link below, to request access to one of our on-line meetings.
Your participation is welcome!
"What is photography if not but the capturing of a singular moment, only to have that moment transformed into a memory that lasts a lifetime"