Please join us for our monthly meeting on Wednesday, January 28th from 12pm (noon) to 1pm at 217 Perkins Library. It will be an open critique session, so please bring photos that you’d like to share with the group. We’re open to looking at all types of work, so feel free to share images from both personal and work related projects.
You can also send your images ahead of time to megankmorr@gmail.com or post them on the #PictureDuke Photo Club facebook page.

 

Hey Friends,

My colleagues and I are excited about Document Duke 360º photo project! Details are below:

Document Duke 360º, a yearlong photo challenge, invites you to create and submit an original image that shows a view of who you, and we, are. Break out of the familiar to take a deeper look at what’s distinct, poignant, complicated, iconic, eccentric, engaging, inspiring, and uncomfortable about Duke. Digital, analog, camera, cellphone — any format in any style, from fine art to photojournalism — is welcome.

A team of judges will be selecting a photo each day and posting it to http://document360.duke.edu/.

These 365 images will create a uniquely self-reflective look at the Duke experience—a rich, thought-provoking, and multi-perspective story authored by you. January 1–December 31, 2015.

To participate, go to the web address above and click on the participate tab. We’re excited to see your images.

Happy New Year!

Megan

 

Please join us for our monthly meeting on Wednesday, October 29th from 12pm (noon) to 1pm at 217 Perkins Library. The October meeting will be dedicated to smartphone photography. A panel of experienced mobile photographers will talk about their work and share tips to improve your mobile photography.

Panelists include:
Shawn Rocco @shawnrocco
Michael Palko @mpalko
Audra Ang @audraang
Ross Wade @bullcityboyyo
Bryan Roth @bryandroth
Beth Doyle @bdoylephotos
Margaret Lillard @margaretlillard
Chuck Kesler @chuck_kesler
Michael Faber @faberdesign

We hope to see you all on Oct. 29th!

 

Please join us for our monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 24th from 12pm (noon) to 1pm at the Center for Documentary Studies (1317 W. Pettigrew Street; Durham, NC).
We’ll be joined by Christine Nguyen, a photojournalist at the (Durham) Herald-Sun. Christine will be sharing her work with us and talking about how she approaches assignments. You can see some of her work here:
http://christinetnguyen.com/

 

 

 

Please join us for our monthly meeting on Wednesday, August 27th from 12pm (noon) to 1pm at 217 Perkins Library. It will be an open critique session, so please bring photos that you’d like to share with the group. We’re open to looking at all types of work, so feel free to share images from both personal and work related projects.
You can also send your images ahead of time to megankmorr@gmail.com or post them on the facebook page.

 

Just a reminder, our first photo club meeting is this Wednesday, July 30th from 12pm (noon) to 1pm at 218 Perkins Library. It will be an open critique session, so please bring photos that you’d like to share with the group. We’re open to looking at all types of work, so feel free to share images from both personal and work related projects.
You can also send your images ahead of time to megankmorr@gmail.com or post them on the facebook page. 
I’m looking forward to seeing your images!

 

Our club was mentioned in Working@Duke!

Check it out here:

http://today.duke.edu/2014/07/photosubmission

And please consider sharing your work with the Duke Community by uploading them to the Duke Photo website.

 

We’ve become a photo club! And you’re all welcome to join us at our upcoming meeting on Wednesday, July 30th from noon to 1pm at 218 Perkins Library.

Don’t worry, the photo walks are still going to be a big part of what we do, but we’re now also holding monthly optional critique sessions, where members can share photos and receive feedback and encouragement.

Our next meeting will be an open critique session, so feel free to bring work that you’d like to share with others to the meeting.

We’ve also created a Facebook group called #PictureDuke Photo Club. Look for us there and ask to join. We’ll be posting images and useful tips and articles there.

Hope to see you all on July 30th from noon to 1pm at 218 Perkins Library!

 

Thank you to those of you who participated in our #DukeSpring photo walk in the Sarah P. Duke Gardens on Friday, March 21. We had a beautiful day – and even walked upon an engagement proposal.

The #DukeSpring photo contest will be open from now until the end of the day on April 23. You can submit an unlimited number of photos to dukephoto.duke.edu by clicking on the “Upload” button on the homepage.
Our judges from Duke Photography will select a “Judges’ Choice” award and will pick a collection of images to be posted on Facebook and voted on by the community for a “Peoples’ Choice” award. The winners will be eligible for prizes including a feature on duke.edu and great Duke swag from the Duke University Stores.
We also hope that you will share your favorite spring photos of campus using #DukeSpring on social media. We’ll be keeping an eye on our favorite posts to share them on Duke’s main social media accounts.
Please email if you have any questions, and good luck!
 

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The Duke community is invited to join us Friday, November 15th on a fall-themed photo walk featuring the beautiful Sarah P. Duke Gardens.

Explore Duke’s fall colors, join a tour of the gardens and showcase your talent to the Duke community — all you need to participate is a camera! (Camera phones count.) After the event, submit your favorite photos from the walk to the #PictureDuke photography contest for the chance to have your work recognized. Winners will receive great prizes like Duke apparel and seeing their photo on the Duke.edu homepage.

The walk starts at 2:30 p.m. at the Doris Duke Center at the main entrance to the gardens. Parking is available – please note there is a charge to park at the gardens.

Please RSVP on EventBrite to confirm your attendance: http://bit.ly/1b80hDw.

We hope to see you there!

 
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