Activities & Programs

*HPS members: if you have an activity to share, please contact us and if it qualifies, we’ll add it to the list below!


HPS Activities

Heritage Village Museum

Saturday, January 28, 2012 beginning at 9 a.m.

Join us as we go on our first outing of the 2012 year. This opportunity features an old church, general store, jail, barber shop, train station, school and more in the feel of the pioneer days! This is a great venue for black/white, sepia, alternative print processes, pinholes, etc…

This venue also has the Pickett House Restaurant that serves boarding house style all-you-can-eat fried chicken, chicken & dumplings, country vegetables, cobbler, biscuits & cornbread and all different condiments for your liking. Please RSVP by the Jan. 25th with Nathalie Brouard so that she can make arrangements.

Heritage Village Museum
157 Private Road 6000
Woodville, Texas 75979
(409) 283-2272
Directions

Brazos Bend Photo Walks — First Saturday of Each Month

Join HPS members Laszlo Perlaky and Mike Sanderson as they conduct free “photo walks” at Brazos Bend State Park. Learn more »

Upcoming Meetings & Events

Program Meeting — Second Tuesday of Each Month

Tuesday, February 14, 2012 – 7-9 p.m. at Tracy Gee Community Center
Our first program meeting of the year focuses on critiquing your photography using the “Feldman Method,” a critique method used to look at art work in general, not just photography. Our presenter will be Todd Marshall-Closson.

There is a lot more then just ‘making’ pictures if the professional photographer is going to be successful. They must keep up with the latest technology in both camera systems and accessories. They must keep up to date with the ever-changing business practices if they are to profit from their image making and they must constantly market their services if they want those profitable assignments. But, most important of all, the professional photographer must learn the discipline of critiquing photography if they want to improve their image making capabilities.

In this workshop, you will learn about the four fundamental considerations when critiquing photography. We will discuss the differences between snapshots and photographs. We will cover how to judge a photograph based on its technical merits, the impact the photo has, and composition.

Learning how to critique photography is a very important discipline and this workshop will help you build the skills needed.

Print Competition — Fourth Tuesday of Each Month

Tuesday, February 28, 2011 : 7-9 p.m. – Tracy Gee Community Center

Join us for our monthly print competition. HPS members may bring up to two total prints in their respective group (bronze, silver or gold – new members begin in the bronze group). All members may enter the monthly Special Assignment but keep in mind that doing so still counts towards your two total prints.

This month’s Special Assignment theme is “Silhouette.”