Speaker – Anthony Maddaloni on 68 Degrees Barton Springs and other Austin photo projects
Anthony’s current projects include photographing the people at Barton Springs and also a City of Austin grant funded project titled Govalle Park, where he is photographing the baseball players.
Date: Thursday, March 7, 2019 starting at 7 PM. [Rescheduled to June 6, 2019]
Location: United Christian Church at 3500 West Parmer Lane, Austin, TX. 78727 – MAP
7:00-7:15 PM Meet & Greet, Member Print exhibit
7:15-7:30 PM Meeting announcements, Guest introductions, Member Print exhibit Q&A (if time allows)
7:30-9:15 PM Competition, Featured Speaker presentation
Submission Deadline: Midnight, Saturday, March 2, 2019
March’s digital competition theme is Black and White. You can submit up to two images of your choice, provided the images were taken no longer than 2 years ago. Anthony Maddaloni will be the judge.
Submissions are divided into three classes – Class 1 (novice), Class 2 (intermediate), and Class 3 (expert). Each club member is free to choose which class to enter; however, please review the new guidelines and select the class that you most closely qualify for. For more info, read this post about classes.
The monthly NAPƒS digital competition is meant to be fun, inspirational, and educational. The judging and associated critiques are positive, supportive, and a useful learning tool.
A reminder – you must join NAPƒS to take part in 2019 competitions. The cost of membership is only $24, and your annual contribution is used 100% in support of club operations and activities.
About Anthony Maddaloni
Anthony Maddaloni has been teaching photography classes in Austin for almost 20 years, including at the University of Texas and at Austin Contemporary. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from State University of New York (SUNY) at Purchase in 1996. He was a staff photographer for both the Texas Senate and House of Representatives during various legislative sessions from 2001-2006. He was also a staff photographer at UT’s Harry Ransom Center from 2006-2011.
His work is in private collections and he has had showings of his work in and around Austin since 2001. His photographs have been published in the New York Times as well as the Austin American Statesman and Shots Magazine.
Both a teacher and a working photographer, he teaches workshops in alternative process, portfolio building, digital photography, and black and white darkroom lessons.
See more of Anthony’s work at