Approaching a New Year

Harford County Photography Group,
The New Year is almost here and as the HCPG moves towards April, it means we move closer to our first year anniversary. My goal in the first year was simply to meet other photographers, learn some new techniques, take some pictures, and have a great time. I think our goal was met and it has far exceeded my expectations. It has been a great year; I have met so many talented and passionate photographers. I am in awe of everyone’s photos, each and every time I see new ones. I am learning something new each time we get together. I think my photography has improved, I hope yours has too.
The goal for the second year is to keep up the momentum. I would like to shift up a gear and really make this group even better. Already there are some really great speakers lining up for us. I have commitments from Terry Lansburgh (a Baltimore City High School Teacher of Photography), Amy Jones (Harford Magazine), Leo Heppner (a well known photographer from Havre de Grace), and several more who I have been in contact with about doing presentations. I encourage you, even if the topic isn’t your niche, to come out and support our speakers and learn.
Now, here is the real reason I am writing to you. Moving forward, I want to hear from you. If there is really something that you want out of this group, you should put forth your suggestions and comments. If you have an idea, I want to hear it. I want to hear all suggestions, good or bad. I want to hear what the group is doing right and the things that we are doing wrong. I want to hear what we could be doing to make your experience better, because this isn’t my group; it is ours. We are Harford County Photography Group.
You joined this group for a reason; now let’s have some more fun together!
Mark S

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