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The craft of photography allows the artist to interpret life by capturing light. As with any other art form, photography is a personal expression as varied as the human experience. The photographers of Berks Photographic Society are inspired by the world around them, capturing images of everything from vast landscapes to tiny flowers, architecture to animals, abstracts to the human form. Using the power of creative photo editing, these artists further express their individuality, resulting in finished images that capture the imagination and delight the viewer. This collection is just the tip of the iceberg of the inspired talents of the BPS members.

About Berks Photographic Society

The Berks Photographic Society was originally established in 1938 as the Berks Camera Club and has been encouraging, teaching, and inspiring photographers locally and around the world for more than 80 years. Members work in the mediums of digital, film, color, and black and white photography. The club gathers at least twice each month at GoggleWorks Center for the Arts and online, to learn together and share their passion for the art of photography. Internationally known and highly respected photographers often share with the group remotely or in person to broaden their knowledge and inspire their creativity. BPS members also enthusiastically participate in photoshoots and workshops around the area. All photographers, from emerging artists to seasoned professionals, are welcome to join BPS.

As a non-profit organization, the club supports many other local non-profit organizations in the community with photographic services.

Gallery Reception & Artist Talk

July 14, 3-5pm