The Westchester Photographic Society is one of the largest, friendliest camera clubs in Westchester County, New York, as well as being one of the oldest. Membership is open to all photography enthusiasts, from beginning novices to professional photographers. Our members work in black-and-white, color prints, video, and computer imaging. We are renowned for our unique "open mind" photography, which stretches the boundaries of our imaginations. We meet Friday evenings, 12 months a year (except on holidays and insurmountably inclement weather). The meetings feature diversified programs: talks by experts, workshops, demonstrations, model shoots, member showcases, critiques, and monthly competitions. We also hold frequent exhibitions, go on field trips, and have great parties.
Our weekly meetings are held on Fridays at 7:30 P.M. in Northern Westchester at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s Building located at 236 S. Bedford Road (a.k.a. NY Route 172) in Mt. Kisco, New York. You can find us by taking Interstate 684 to Exit 4 (Rte. 172-Mt. Kisco). Then turn toward Mt. Kisco (west) and drive 1 mile. We are on the left (south side of the road). During Covid-19 we are holding all of our meetings on Zoom.