You can now type "vbpc.org" in your browser and come to this website. We saved your fingers some stress so you can go out take more pictures!
I see you've found us! Welcome to the newly improved Virginia Beach Photography Club website. If you were expecting to see the old site or old forum, rest assured we have everything here that you will need. Look on the menus to the left to find your way around. You will need to register to enjoy the full benefits of the site. Registration is free, and the benefits are plenty! How about a image gallery where you can upload you own images to share with other members of the club? Don't worry about space--we have PLENTY! We have forums where you can post questions. If you wish to be a contributing member, we can even give you blogging privleges. Anyway, we are glad that you are here! If you have any questions or concerns about the website, you can post them here in the forum once you are registered. Or you can email the webmasters at email@example.com.
Hello VBPC members!
It's an honor and pleasure to be able to serve you this year as your Special Events Coordinator. I have so much planned for you already, and I hardly can wait to get the message out to you and get you involved. From field trips to educational workshops to guest speakers to gallery shows, I'm planning a very big year for the members of the Virginia Beach Photography Club. But I still need your help!
The images that you see at the top of this page were created by members of the VBPC, just like you! Do you have a picture that exemplifies the siprit of Hampton Roads? Do you have a somewhat recent version of photoshop? If you answered "Yes" to both of those questions, then you should be able to create your own masthead image that can be added to our rotating pool of images. Click here for a complete tutorial and sample file to get started.
2-hour Photographer's boat ride!
Experience a unique and up-close view of the ponies of Chinconteague on their return trip to Assateague. Over 100 horses make the return trip, and they can often be seen frollicking in the sand once back on shore.
I would like to begin my first message of the new year by saying “THANK YOU” to all of the wonderful members of this club. Many of you have been in touch with either another Board member or myself, with comments and suggestions. We really do want to know what you want, so keep the comments coming! The Board and I look forward both to continuing with initiatives already established, as well as developing and implementing new programs to take the Club forward in 2008.