The APS New Member Guidebook describes the wide array of benefits of becoming a member of the Atlanta Photographic Society. One big new benefit: our brand-new (optional) Mentor Program for new club members connects you with one (or more) of our most experienced photographers. Expand your photographic knowledge and skills, develop your own eye, and and take off on your photographic journey as an APS member. ...
The Atlanta Photographic Society's new Master Photographer Distinction recognizes outstanding long-term photographic accomplishments by APS photographers. Beginning during 2019, our highly skilled APS Master Photographers (at all levels) will act as mentors for new members. ...
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Mike Shaefer captured the Creative Photographer of the Year trophy for the third time, Chris Handley earned the Monochrome Photographer of the Year trophy, Steve Director won Rookie of the Year, and Vivian Stephens received our Service Award. ...
We're planning an APS field trip to photograph the Milky Way (plus landscapes and wildlife) on and around the first weekend of February, 2019. This is a new-moon date, when there will be almost no moonlight to spoil an otherwise “dark sky,” ...
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