NYBZPS Blog

Feb. 24th! BPS Trip to the Oculus

Saturday, February 24th! Join us for a BPS Members Field trip to the Oculus at the World Train Center. Meet us at 10am at the southwest corner of Fulton and Church Streets. We'll be photographing the Oculus as well as the Palm Court and surrounding areas. Please let...

Feb 17th! Joe LeFevre!

Joe LeFevre’s images have been published internationally in Nature’s Best Photography and Photography Monthly (UK) magazines, nationally in Outdoor Photographer magazine, regionally in the award-winning Adirondack Life and New York State Conservationist magazines, and...

BPS Field Trip to Kensico Dam

Saturday, December 9th, 2017 at 5pm. BPS Members Meetup to Kensico Dam! Put your hats and scarves on and get your cameras and tripods out, because a winter wonderland awaits you! Take a hay ride or a stroll down Candy Cane Lane, marvel at the amazing light shows or...

Hazel Meredith – Textures and Topaz Filters

Join us for a terrific presentation by Hazel Meredith. Hazel will be discussing Textures. She says “Don’t delete that digital image! Do you sometimes have a shot that you really like….a subject that is hard to capture….a place you may not get to again….but it’s not...

Intro to Photoshop Class

Our very own President, Harvey Augenbraun will be teaching a single session Intro to Photoshop (CC) class right after our first competition on Sat. 9/16. The session will last approximately 1 1/2 hours. Bring a laptop & lunch or whatever you need, as it will begin...

End of the Season Party and Awards

Hard to believe the season is over, but it's time for our 2016-2017 Members Awards. Join us for our End of Year Party and Awards celebration, our annual Slide Presentation: "Best of 2016-2017" (available for purchase as a DVD too!) and more. Bring a dish if you wish!

2017-2018 Themes

Here are the themes for our 2017-2018 Season Theme competitions

•Sept. 2017: Flower buds, or just budding
•Oct. 2017: Reflections
•Nov. 2017: Night Photography
•Dec. 2017: Birds
•Jan. 2018: Religion (the prominent subject or theme must be religious in nature)
• Feb. 2018: Leading Lines
•March 2018: Leaves
• April 2018: Abstracts (See Theme page for explanation)
• May 2018: Seascape

Feb. 2018 Winning Images