Let’s face it, you can read about how to be a great photographer, but you won’t actually be one until you get out there and put those ideas to work! No one likes to go out alone to take pictures at a new area, so why not join a PAC, where a ton of people, just like you, get together like a Local Photo Club?
A PAC is a place where passionate photographers meet once a month to express their ideas and learn from one another. You can feel safe showing off your pictures, because we work hard to instill a safe and productive environment.
You can also come as freely as you want. However, if you want to become the best photographer you can be, we advise you to try to make it to all your local PAC’s meetings.
Currently, there are just about 32 PACs, with a few in Canada, & Europe. The numbers continue to grow, and a new PAC pops up more than you think. In order to find the nearest PAC, go HERE to view a list of all the PACs.
In order to stay informed on the latest and greatest here at Photographers Adventure Club, you should check back in about twice a week to read the new posts on the PACs. Myself, Sarah Hales, and the Scribes, will post what you missed at various PACs across the country. This way you can see what you missed if you did not attend your local meeting, or what you can look forward to if you have not been to one yet.
For the PAC leaders, each post will allow you to see what other leaders have planned at their meetings. You can see what idea might work at your next meeting, so it would be a wise choice to check back in as well!
If you have any questions about starting a PAC, you can click here: http://photographersadventureclub.com/becoming-a-chapter/
Join our Facebook Group here to be a part of the conversation! http://www.facebook.com/groups/PhotoAdventure/
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Phil Guzelf says
I had been away from photography for many years and over the past couple of years have been catching up on new and old things. Joining PAC was the best thing I could do. I have learned so much and met great people in a very short time. Photographers in PAC are very willing to share their information, ideas, and knowledge. They do it as a fellow person interested in Photography and not in any judgmental way. As I said, joining in on PAC activities has been great and the best way to enjoy photography, make new friends, and sharpen your photographic skills.