Fredericksburg Photography Show
If you are interested in looking at photographs, as photographers we all should be, then this weekend will be a treat for you. You can take a look at other photographers’ work at the 30th annual Fredericksburg Photography Show sponsored by the Fredericksburg Department of Parks and Recreation. The show opened Thursday and runs through Sunday, at the Dorothy Hart Community Center, 408 Canal Street in Fredericksburg. The show is free and open to the public.
This year there are three divisions that photographers could participate in, junior – 16 years old and under, amateur and advanced amateur. Within each division there are 11 categories in which the photographers could enter their work: Animals (all animals and sea life), Architecture/Buildings, Black & White, Children, Close-up Nature (Including Macro), Enhanced (no restrictions on use of digital, hand tinting, Polaroid transfers, etc.), People (subject being the main interest), Plants (all plant life, including mushrooms), Scenic, Unclassified (does not fit into one of the other categories) and Sunrise / Sunset. If you are interested in photography I’m sure you will find some images that you will interest you.
Each year the Fredericksburg Photography Club supports the show by having members at the show to answer any questions you might have. They can help with questions about the show and how to participate next year. If you have any photography related questions or questions about the club I’m sure they will be happy to help.
Saturday, 10am – 4pm
Sunday, 12pm – 4pm
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Thanks for the info, Vincent
You’re welcome. I hope you have a chance to stop by the show.