In an effort to keep our members updated on current events at MAPS, look here for the latest Front Page News.
- Join us for our next Monthly Program on March 10, 2014 for a special presentation by Fred Drury titled “responsible HDR, ETTR and Dynamic Range”.
- MAPS Spring Photography Exhibit – March 16th at Caribou Coffee, Downers Grove. MAPS members will be exhibiting their spring images in the MAPS Spring Photography Exhibit starting March 16th at Caribou Coffee in Downers Grove. Please visit our Exhibits page for more information concerning this special exhibit.
- Get your images ready for our 3rd Annual MAPS Nature Photography Exhibit! The exhibit will be held this year the first weekend in May at The Morton Arboretum on Saturday, May 3rd & Sunday, May 4th, with the Reception on Friday, May 2nd. We had a great success with our exhibit last year and are looking forward to seeing some more amazing images from our members again this year. To read more, please visit our Exhibits Page.
- Join MAPS for a special opportunity to photograph gemstones, crystals and rocks on Sunday, March 16, 2014 in the Sycamore Room at The Morton Arboretum. Atala Toy, President and Founder of Crystal Life Technology in Geneva, Illinois, and a fellow MAPS member will be sharing specimens from her collection of crystals, rocks and gemstones for us to photograph. The beautiful patterns in each specimen are unique and will provide us with an insight into nature’s harmony as we capture their images through our camera lens. Please visit our Photo Outings page for further details.
- Special announcement: The Morton Arboretum is hosting Rod Planck as part of its Visiting Photographer series. This seminar will be an energy filled six hours of passion and photographic expertise to be held Sunday, March 30, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. in the Arbor Room, Thornhill Education Center. Please visit our Education page for further details to register for this truly unique experience.
Remember to visit our Calendar page often for details on future events. And if you have any comments or feedback on the MAPS website, please feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org