Welcome to the Houston Inner Loop Photo Club
We are passionate about becoming better photographers
Meet other photographers and learn more about the art of photography — from the technical to creative composition.
We Make Photos
Monthly Challenges, Field Trips, Special Events, Volunteer Activities — lots of opportunities to make beautiful photos and meet great people.
Houston Innerloop Photo Club
The Houston Innerloop Photo Club is devoted to making its members better photographers. Our monthly meetings typically feature a guest speaker and provide information on a variety of photography-related topics. Members range from amateurs to professionals and we are always excited to talk photography!
Our monthly outings can be for a few hours or a few days — traveling to local and sometimes not so local places to capture beautiful images with the support of other photographers. Monthly challenges creatively encourage participation and we love to share our images with the group!
We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at The Printing Museum, 1324 West Clay, Houston, Texas, 77019. Come join us for our next meeting!
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August Program: Laszlo Perlaky, Photographic Artist, will be our speaker. Dr. Perlaky is a Baylor College of Medicine faculty member at the Department of Pediatrics, Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers, Scientific director of research and Tissue Support Services during the week and a Fine Art Nature photographer, Photographic artist on the weekends. Owner of Naturalperl DBA, he leads workshops, teaches a wide variety of photography classes at the Houston Center for Photography and is a photography instructor at Houston Photography Study Group. The Printing Museum 1324 West Clay Houston, TX 77019 Everyone is welcome for a pre-meeting dinner around 5:30 pm or so. We meet at Pronto’s, 1401 Montrose Blvd.Find out more »
The challenge for August is to get that speed light out of your closet and make some pictures with it. And the alternative topic is your interpretation of a Cube. Corey demonstrated how easy and effective it is using only a single flash on a light stand with an umbrella. Learning to use your flash and to make it a regular part of your photography takes practice. One of the best sources of information and inspiration for using speed lights can be found on Strobist.com. I highly recommend the Lighting 101, 201, 301 tutorials.Find out more »
Currently, each month members show up to five images around a selected topic. At the end of each meeting, a new idea or subject to photograph is offered for the next month’s presentation of images. Based on our members’ survey responses, we are going to try something different. Geoffrey K. was kind enough to discuss the new concept at our June meeting and to draft this for our newsletter.