The Exposure Group African American Photographers Association is a membership driven non profit professional organization open to photographers worldwide.
Our monthly meetings at DCTV at Brooks Mansion in Washington DC offer fellowship, a focus on photographic basics and encouragement to create new photographic works that reflect what we have gained from each other.
Members include portrait artists, photojournalists, documentary photographers and fine artists who work as freelancers, are employed full-time as photographers, or who own their own studios. The mix of disciplines is the basis for energetic meetings and thought provoking discussions that range from photographic critiques to workshops on profitable business practices.
The Exposure Group sponsors guest speakers who bring new ideas and visions to us through education, demonstrations, workshops and lectures. Members also take part in Exposure Group sponsored cruises, international travel, and exhibits that foster networking between members and photographers around the world.
Excellence abounds in this 30 year old photographic think tank that provides a platform for improving the professionalism and productivity of its members.
EXPOSURE GROUP NEWS
The Exposure Group Monthly Meeting: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 in your homes with EG Zoom Meeting. Closed at DCTV at Brooks Mansion (901 Newton Street, NE Washington, D.C. 20017) or Chevy Chase Community Center in NW Wash., DC
DVDs For Sale of Previous Exposure Group Awards Dinners & the 2007 Exposure Group Juried Show. Please call (202) 462-9099
Recommended Books: The Photographer's Survival Guide by Suzanne Sease & Amanda Sosa Stone, Guerrilla Marketing by Jay Conrad Levinson, Online Marketing: Success Secrets of the Online Marketing Superstars by Mitch Meyerson
The Business of Studio Photography by Edward Lilley, Business & Legal Forms For Photographers, Pricing Photography, 3rd Edition by Michael Heron &
David MacTavis Crawford, The Great Picture Hunt 2 by Dave Labelle, & The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers by Scott Kelby
The Exposure Group's 2002 Gordon Parks Legend Award recipient, Chester Higgins, Jr., writes about the tribute in his latest book, ECHO OF THE SPIRIT (2004, Doubleday, $29.95) on page 92.
THE EXPOSURE GROUP
PO BOX 76447
Washington DC 20013-6447