Category Archives: MPA


MPA: “Why Black & White” with Cole Thompson

In his presentation Cole will jokingly attempt to convert color photographers to Black and White. He will recount his journey, illustrate why he loves the medium, and reveal his most important secrets and tips. Cole […]

Continue reading »

MPA: The Properly Equipped Macro Photographer with Mike Moats

August 4, 2020 Being a properly equipped macro photographer is not just about the equipment, but also equipping yourself with the how-to knowledge of macro photography. Mike will cover a little on the most important […]

Continue reading »

MPA: Impressionistic Photography: How to Use Your Camera as a Paintbrush with Charles Needle

July 23, 2020 Unlock your creative potential and discover how to craft painterly photographs using nothing but your digital camera (or smartphone).  You’ll learn how to see in new ways and take your photography to […]

Continue reading »

MPA – Rick Sammon “How to Get Motivated and Stay Inspired”

Canon Explorer of Light and award winning photographer Rick Sammon will share his “Top Ten” list of how to get inspired and how to stay motivated.  The list will include:  Steal, Search, Share, Join, Learn, […]

Continue reading »

MPA Update

MPA has been working for you. Here are some events and recent news you’ll want to hear.  Hope you’re enjoying the summer.  Be safe and keep shooting!! Ron Peiffer Artist Spotlight Webinar Series (  Rick […]

Continue reading »

2020 MPA Photo Contest

Connecting Maryland Photographers The 4th Annual MPA Photography Contest Submission Deadline is SUNDAY, June 14, 2020 No Cost to Participate! FOUR Image Categories to Pick From: Maryland Flag, Dramatic Weather, Nighttime, and Cityscape Top Images […]

Continue reading »

2017 Nov. 12: Mark Your Calendars for a Gallery Show!!

Arundel Camera Club is one of the founding members of the new Maryland Photography Alliance (MPA). MPA’s first photography contest has been completed, and over 70 images are going to be on display at the […]

Continue reading »