... striving to learn, teach, and share our passion for photography
If this is your first visit to the Cary Photographic Artists page, all the Cary Photographic Artists members would like to welcome you to our website!

The Cary Photographic Artists meets at 7:00 p.m., on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at The Cary theatre, 122 E. Chatham St., Cary, unless otherwise noted. Map to Parking at The Cary - Please observe parking restrictions.

If you wish, come early at 6:30p.m. and join in our social time. It is a great opportunity to spend a few minutes catching up with friends, getting to know fellow members, introducing your guest around, exchanging ideas and generally having a nice time before the program starts!

Please see News page & Calendar for aditional details.

What's New!
July 2019
Meeting Highlights

July 10 - Brooke Meyer
Brooke Meyer is a Portrait and Dance Photographer serving the Triangle area of North Carolina. He is the Official Photographer of the Cary Ballet Conservatory and a contributing photographer of Arts & Community events for CaryCitizen. His work has also appeared in Carolina Parent, Cary News, Raleigh News & Observer and New York Times plus Our State, Pointe and Dance Teacher Magazines. Brooke is an active member of Cary Photographic Artists. He created and presented "Portraiture" and "Composition & Creativity" for their education program. In addition, he teaches Beginning to Advanced Photography courses for both Town of Cary and Town of Clayton Parks and Recreation His work has received Juried Awards from Cary Visual Arts, Cary Photographic Artists and the NC State Fair. Commercial customers include Dorcas Ministries, JDRF, Lenovo, YMCA of The Triangle and Town of Cary.
Brooke Meyer Photography

July 24 - Tricia McKellar:
Exploring Your Creativity with
iPhone Videography

Learn how to make fun videos on your phone!
Give your creativity a boost with tools you probably already have in your pocket — your phone! Leave your DSLR, Photoshop, and expectations at home and embrace the freedom of creating art on your phone.
There are thousands of photo and video apps available for the iPhone. Tricia has tried many of them and will share her favorites. It’s easy to get started, but, be warned, can be addictive.
This presentation is about more than just applying a filter with an app. It’s about keeping your art fresh with new tools, and tips for creating more cinematic and exciting video with your phone.
Tricia McKellar