Speaker Night: Sep 13, 2018 – Patty Hankins

Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 7 PM – 9 PM Lansdowne Woods 19375 Magnolia Grove Square, Lansdowne, Virginia 20176 LPC’s speaker for September is Patty Hankins. She will share how she uses local adjustments when editing her photos to draw the view’s eye where she wants them to look. Patty is a flower and landscape […]

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2018 Waterford Fair Photography Exhibit

The Waterford Fair invites you to participate in the 2018 Photography Exhibit! The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. Photographers of all skill levels are welcome to submit images for exhibit and judging, or other photography works for sale only. Photographs submitted for judging are eligible to win ribbons and $1,500 […]

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Nature Visions 2018 – Now Open!

Just a friendly reminder, tickets are now on sale for Nature Visions 2018. See what is going on at this year’s expo! Also, if you are a club member, you can start submitting images for this year’s Nature Visions Photo Contest starting on August 13, 2018. You will be able to submit images until September […]

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LPC Year End Party

  Our last OFFICIAL meeting of the year will be Thursday 28 June 2018, 7:00 PM. At Lansdowne Woods Monroe Theater (Our normal meeting spot). We will vote for LPC Image of the year and award Photographer of the Year. Say goodbye to Jeff and Geff as Presidents, introduce to the new…, and have dinner….. […]

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LPC Macro Workshop 06/04/2018

  Location: The clubhouse at Lansdowne Woods – Jefferson Room 19375 Magnolia Grove Square, Lansdowne, VA 20176 Date/Time:  14th July 2018  10:00 am-2:00 pm. Charles Walker will facilitate the workshop. More details to follow. Please check our facebook page for latest updates.  

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LPC Speaker Night: 01/11/2018 Frank Lee Ruggles “Chasing Light”

    Location:  19375 Magnolia Grove Square, Lansdowne, VA 20176 Join us for LPC Speaker Night on topic “Chasing Light” by Frank Lee Ruggles. In 2007, while hiking in the George Washington National Forest, Frank Lee Ruggles’ cell phone unexpectedly rang. It was the National Park Service calling to tell him he had been accepted […]

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