The Bloomington Photography Club explores the connection between the eye, the camera, and the spirit, by fostering and encouraging growth of artistic vision and technical knowledge.  The Club provides an informal, friendly, and supportive environment for photographers at all levels of ability and with interests in all types of photographic imagery.  The Club offers a means for members to share ideas and knowledge with each other and to promote an interest in photography throughout the community, through exhibitions and public events.

February 15: 1:30 p.m. Macro Focus group Meeting >>
February 17: 7 p.m. BPC Board Meeting >>
February 18: 7 p.m. Street Photography Focus Group Meeting >>
February 28: 1:00 p.m. Point & Shoot Focus Group Meeting >>
February 28: 3 p.m. Portrait Focus Group Meeting >>
March 3: 7 p.m. BPC Monthly Meeting. Guest Speaker: Rad Drew >>

Beginning DSLR Photography Class: Postponed. More information >>
BPC Exhibit, Bloomington City Hall Atrium: Month of April. More information >>

Now - March 28 Pictura Gallery Exhibit: David Magnusson and Sophie Kirchner.  More information >>
Now - March 31: Photographs by James Balog. More information >>
Now - May 24: Women Behind the Camera: IU Art Museum. More information >>
Now - May 24: Nature's Small Wonders: Photographs by Ansel Adams: IU Art Museum. More information >>

Deadline for entries March 7: Self-Juried Exhibit: Fourwinds Resort and Marina. More information >>
Article about the BPC by Club Member Francesca Tang. Read full article >>

Now - February 28: Royale Hair Salon Gallery Exhibit. Featuring club members Craig and Kathy Barton. 
Now - March 22: Pause and Reflect: Paper Art Quilts 2015. Exhibit by BPC member Mary Hambly. More information >>

Carpool Forming from Ellettsville/Spencer
Tired of hunting for a parking spot for Club meetings? Several of us who live in the western hinterlands are going to carpool to the December regular meeting and if that works, all the other meetings to follow. If you would like details, contact Linda Harl at

Of course, there will always be those who look only at technique, who ask ‘how’, while others of a more curious nature will ask ‘why’. Personally, I have always preferred inspiration to information.”
— Man Ray