In an effort to keep our members updated on current events at MAPS, look here for the latest Front Page News.
- MAPS Workshop – Color Calibration & Profiling – Tuesday, November 19, 2019: Learn how and why you need to calibrate and profile your photography equipment and process. Click here for additional details.
- MAPS Fall Photography Show – Oct. 11-13 – Sterling Morton Library
Get your fall images ready for our show in the library this October. Read the prospectus here.
- Monthly Meeting and Presentation – Monday October 14, 2019: Joe and Marie Rakoczy “Winter Up North”
Joe and Marie will share with us their beautiful winter photographs from the Great Lakes and Iceland and will discuss how to meet the challenges of capturing the beauty of winter landscapes.
- Photo Outing – Starved Rock via motor coach – Oct 19, 2019 7 am-4 pm
Fall color time at Starved Rock is one of Illinois’ most beautiful destinations. The park’s 18 canyons feature vertical walls of moss-covered stone formed by glacial meltwater that slice dramatically through tree-covered sandstone bluffs. For maps and more information visit: https://www.dnr.illinois.gov/Parks/Pages/StarvedRock.aspx
Transportation details, cost, and to sign up Click Here
- 2019 Capturing Nature Photography Exhibit – Sept. 14 to Oct. 12 @ Bloomingdale Park District Museum
This year’s fall exhibit will take place at the Bloomingdale Park District Museum. We are accepting up to 100 photographs. And we will be able to display a few over-sized photographs as well. Here is the prospectus: 2019 Capturing Nature Photography Exhibit Prospectus .
Feel free to contact the Exhibit Team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. See more details at Exhibits Page.
Planning a trip? Visit the Destinations page. Each entry includes not just beautiful images but information about the locale as well. A recent addition to Destinations is Bonaire 2 (Carribean) by Hart Kannegiesser.
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