Upcoming Dates

May 1, 2017 — Monthly Meetup in Plymouth, MI.  Town Square, Kellogg Fountain at 7 pm.

May 20, 2017 — event cancelled.

APRIL 16-22, 2017 – Polaroid Week!  Instax, Impossible, Peel-apart, it’s all good.


April 30, 2017 – Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day.  Meet on UM’s Diag in Ann Arbor for a walk-about with pinholes and other film cameras.    Starts at 10 am!  Contact Mark O’Brien for more details, if needed.


SEPT  2016 — Sept. 2 is the due date to submit your entries for Homage to the Holga. See the page for more information.

Monday, Sept. 12 — MONTHLY MEETING @ The Corner Brewery.  7 pm.


JUNE 2016– We will meet once again on Monday, June 6,  at the “Corner Brewery” in Ypsilanti.  7 pm, and in the courtyard if the weather is good!  Let’s see if we can do a little late-afternoon photo-walk.


JULY 2016 — No Monday meeting, but we will have a photo meet-up with film lovers in Kalamazoo on Sunday, July 10.   Stay tuned for more information!

AUGUST 2016 — Monday, August 1 meeting at 7 pm at the Corner brewery in Ypsilanti.  Remember to keep the Holga images in mind!

SEPTEMBER 2016– Because of Labor Day, we will meet on Sept. 12. Place TBD.

SEPT 2015 —

Due to the first Monday being Labor Day (Sept. 7) , we will meet on TUESDAY, Sept 1 at 7 pm at the Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti. (Due to the inrush of students that week, we will meet in Ypsi).
There will be a Film Scramble (deposit a roll of film in a bag and use what you pick out randomly) with the results due at the following meeting in October.


OCT 2015 —

October 3 and October 5.
FPP comes to town on Saturday, October 3. Join us and the Film Photography Podcast Crew for a One-Day only photowalk around Ann Arbor, a visit to the Argus Museum, and fun times with a bunch of film freaks. More details as the month approaches.
Meeting is the usual Monday, October 5, 7 pm at Pizza House in Ann Arbor. Bring the results from the Film Scramble, rehash the FPP visit, etc.

October 18 – World Toy Camera Day! Get out and shoot with your Holga, Diana, Hawkeye, Sardina, or whatever toy camera you own.