Founded in 2007, the Barrie Photo Club is a non-profit club located in the area of Barrie, Ontario. I am proud of being a member of this club. Open to everyone, irrespective of their experience level, the club meets on a regular monthly basis. The club has grown to over 100 active members with a wide age range from early teens to seniors. The Barrie Photo Club aims to create and maintain an active photographic community which supports members in their growth and development as photographers and provides varied opportunities for gaining new knowledge, skills, development, technical improvement, expansion of perspective, sharing of photographic art and enjoyment of the craft.
The club features varied monthly educational events that include speakers, outings, workshops, discussions and member presentations. The following street portraits are from one of the club’s outings to Downtown Barrie and the Barrie Farmers' Market.
The members' monthly slideshow is another feature of the Barrie Photo Club. Members can submit images in three categories: monthly theme, outing ... and favourites:
Street portrait photographs of ordinary Canadians, eh, in Matt Hahnewald's