Learn More about Photography in Louisville September 10
Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or you just want to learn how to take better selfies, you’ll learn something interesting at the Louisville Photographic Society’s monthly meeting. This September, it’s held on the 10th. The meeting begins at 7:30 pm, and it’s free for anyone to attend.
Taking Better Pictures
Go to 440 Commercial Drive in Middletown to learn more about photography and the Louisville Photographic Society. Since 1941, this group has been getting together to talk about picture-taking on all levels. Both experts and amateurs are welcome to attend.
The art of taking pictures continues to evolve and grow, and it’s become a very important medium in art. It’s easy to forget that pictures are a form of art, but they definitely are. The Louisville Photographic Society celebrates that art form, and their meetings are very informative for members and outsiders both.
As fate would have it, the meeting takes place near one of Louisville’s picture-perfect neighborhoods. The event is right next to Lake Forest, one of the most popular communities in the city. Lake Forest takes up 2000 acres of meticulously landscaped plants and trees. The neighborhood has 1700 homes, some of the largest and most impressive in Louisville.
The neighborhood is packed with amenities for the residents who live there, including pools and jogging trails. You’ll even find an 18-hole golf course, designed by none other than Arnold Palmer, inside the community. Lake Forest holds many events throughout the year to encourage community spirit and help people get to know their neighbors.
Stop by this picturesque Louisville neighborhood and take some pictures after you get inspired at the photographic meeting. Maybe you’ll capture a one-of-a-kind image.
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