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June 2018 Meeting

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June 2018 Meeting

The Finger Lakes Section of PPSNYS, Inc. will hold its June 2018 Meeting meeting on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at 2:00PM.


Rain or Shine! Join us from 2-5pm for our FLPPSNY meeting being held at the Montezuma Audubon Center at 2295 State Route 89 in Savannah NY. This is NOT the National Wildlife Refuge on Rt 5/20. It is about 15 minutes north of there on Route 89. DIRECTIONS We will be taking a birding walk through the property’s woodlots and meadows in hopes to spot some wildlife and capture some great images. Our Guide will point out some of the wildlife and flowers native to the area for us. Get your gear ready and have a plan for possible rain protection too! Some other items to consider bringing: bug spray, umbrella, jacket/sweatshirt, beverages if it’s hot…and remember to charge all those batteries! This will be fun!…Hope to see you all there!

A $5.00 charge for each member will be collected at the door (this includes ANY PPSNYS member). Non member charge is $35.  All Photographers are welcome!  ••First time guests attend for free••.
Dinner will follow for anyone who wants to attend. Place to be determined.



JUNE 22: Monroe Payne Art Exhibition at ZaZa’s Cucina, Ithaca, NY 5:00-6:30PM  Event Info
JULY 15-20: Workshop at Hobart
AUGUST 15: Finger Lakes Picnic for Members, Family and Invited Guests
SEPTEMBER 19: Program by Dewey Neild – Tin Type Photography

The Finger Lakes Section is a section of the Professional Photographers’ Society of New York State, Inc. (PPSNYS) which is an affiliate of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA).

The PPSNYS, Inc. is a not for profit association formed in 1905 solely to instruct its members and the general public in photography; and to create, foster, promote and encourage the exchange of information among its members and the publi

The PPA is a worldwide association that exists to assist its members in achieving their professional, artistic and fraternal goals; promote public awareness of the profession; and to advance the making of images in all of its disciplines as an art, a science and a visual recorder of history.


Howard Burkholz

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