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The purpose of this organization is to promote photography and explore and develop your hidden photographic talents. As part of the organization you will have the ability to participate in workshops, field trips, competitions, slide shows and listen to guest speakers.

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TACPS Society Information

TACPS members meet once a month at Jacob's Ladder in Alexander City, Alabama. The meeting time is 7:00 P.M and usually last an hour or more.

For the 2012 season there will be contests and classes that you can attend. If you are a member then you will get a discount for any class you attend. The cost of a class will vary depending on length and subject. Also, a field trip is in the planning stages.

There are plans to order more TACPS clothing with our logo. This will include shirts and hats.

There will be awards given away at the end of next year. The Photographer of the Year award will be based contest point, attendance to meetings and other associated activities. The more active you are and the more you learn the better chance you will have to win an award.


Come discover the multifaceted art of light and look beyond the camera lens and the minds eye to learn and share your knowledge of photography. We encourage professionals and amateurs to join. 

Note: Even if you don't own a camera and are interested in photography I encourage you to come and join in on the activities. If you are looking to purchase a new camera then this is the opportunity to find out what type of camera "that will be right for you" to purchase. If you purchased that new digital camera and want to learn how to use it then this will be a good opportunity to ask the more experienced photographers any questions.

For more information contact: tacpsadmin@tacps.org 

This society is formed under the Alabama Unincorporated Nonprofit Association Act. The Alexander City Photographic Society is a equal opportunity organization.

Copyrights of all photographs found on this site are the property of the photographer. Photographs may not be reproduced without permission from the photographer. If you see a "CC" below a photograph then that means it was taken in a "controlled condition".