The New York Botanical Zoological Photographic Society was founded in 1953 by a group interested in sharing their love of photography. Since then, the same spirit of conviviality and mutual interest has shaped the present club.
Today’s membership includes photographers whose experience range from beginner to professional, with an equally diverse assortment of photographic interests. Members work in color, black & white and digital manipulation, and create images of wildlife, scenic, nature, abstracts and more.
The NYBZPS offers opportunities for photographers to improve their skills, share ideas and show their work. In addition to presentations by great photographers (like Lou Jones, Jon Ortner and Joe LeFevre), we offer instructional presentations, workshops and monthly digital competitions. Here members get feedback on their work from a judge from outside of the club. Additional activities include exhibits and field trips.
JOIN US – and share your interest in photography in a friendly and supportive atmosphere!
* The Club meets twice a month on Saturday mornings from September – June at the Fordham Preparatory School (Room 243) on the Fordham University Campus, Bronx, New York. Visitors are always welcomed.