Above: Jeff Steen shows his contact prints of film negatives made at a former concentration camp in Germany. Cell phone photo by Danny Schweers.
Our 6:00 to 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, October 16 meeting will be at the Brandywine Hundred Library on Foulk Road, north of Wilmington. Sorry, no alcohol allowed but other refreshments are OK. What are you working on? Bring samples! Kathy Buckalew has been taking a portrait class at the International Center of Photography in New York City. Perhaps she'll have some wisdom to share!
The Brandywine Photo Collective
We are a loose-knit band of photographers intent on learning to see better and, through the medium of photography, to share that vision.
Many of us are professionals who still have enthusiasm for the medium outside of our commercial work. All of us look to one another for inspiration, education, fellowship and fun.
We are active in the vicinity of the Brandywine, called a river in Pennsylvania and a creek after it crosses the state line into Delaware. This area is known for its lovely landscape and its painters. The Brandywine may never be known for its photographers but that doesn't stop us from borrowing the name.