Come and join the friendly folks of the Plano Photography Club. Spend an evening with people who share your
passion for photography. You may become a member or just visit to see what the club is all about.
The Plano Photography Club meets at West Plano Presbyterian Church, 2709 Custer Road, Plano, Texas on the third Thursday of each month (except December).
*** Starting in May 2016: Training study groups meet at 6:00 pm.The evening’s program now begins at 7:15 pm. ***
6:00 pm: Training - Study Groups
The Club will meet for Training at 6 pm before the regular meeting at 7:15 pm. We will be meeting in small Study Groups covering topics such as Camera Fundamentals, Making Prints, Lightroom, Photo Assignments and Photo Projects. Please join us and choose a group to study with!
7:15 pm: Main Program - Winn Fuqua: Drones and Photography - What’s Happening Today and Looking into Tomorrow
Winn Fuqua: “A little about myself ...”
“25 years in advertising photography has allowed me to work with the top creatives across the country, collaborating and helping find solutions to the most challenging problems. You can boil it down to, ‘I work on creative assignments that involve people and places around the US.’ My style is, straightforward, classic, true, and straight from the camera.
“My greatest talent is to get people to relax in front of my camera very quickly. After shooting for over two decades I can handle any technical assignment you can throw at me. You tell me what you need and when you need it and I’ll work my tail off to make it happen. I once heard that a photographer’s job description is ‘problem solver.’ I would have to agree 100%.
“Personally, I’m just an average guy who’s into classic rock (Tom Petty, The Eagles), a little country (Big & Rich, Willie Nelson), sailing on the ocean, drinking margaritas and taking pictures before sunrise.
“Rounding things out, I’m an award winning photographer, tech junkie, Nikon and Apple loyalist and customer service guru. I’ve been married for over twenty-six years (yes to the same wonderful woman) and I’m a native Texan. I donate my time to Habitat, The United Way of Dallas and Temple Emanu-El.”
The maximum width for images submitted to the contest web site is 1400 pixels. The limit on the height of the image is 1050 pixels.
Click here to view the current on-line edition of The Flash!
Several club members have won awards in the GSCCC contests and in the annual Richardson Photo Contest. Please see the
Honors page for a list of these individuals.
Our “News to Use” email list is one of the primary means for keeping club members informed of club activities and events. To subscribe, please send an email request to the PPC email administrator. After your club membership is verified, your email address will be added to the distribution list, and you will receive a welcome message via email. The club does not share member information with 3rd parties, nor will we send out any messages not directly related to club business.
The Plano Photography Club website received a 2nd Place in the
2015 PSA Website Contest.
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