The Haverford College Photography Club is CURRENTLY INACTIVE. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE ON THE TASK OF RESTARTING THE CLUB PLEASE EMAIL: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be glad to offer you any resources we can!
Our mission statement in the past:
The Haverford College photography club strives to give students the opportunity to learn and experiment with film photography outside of class, in their own ways and on their own time. Particularly, it provides students who are not enrolled in a photography class in any of the Tri-Co schools access to darkroom and film equipment, and it provides an environment in which students may pursue varied and diverse photographic interests without being graded. Furthermore, the photography club allows students to meet peers with an interest in photography to whom they can go for help, advice, and feedback.
The Haverford College photography club is open to the Tri-Co. The club is currently absent from campus, but the darkroom still exists and is looking for loving (somewhat experienced) hands who have some time to devote to it! The darkroom (Room 010) is in the basement of the DC. In the past we had cameras and film (35mm or 120) for students, which could be budgeted for in the future. Past camera usage included:
- Canon EOS Rebel K2 with a 28-90mm f/1:4-5.6 Canon Zoom Lens EF
- Nikon FM-10 with a 35-70mm f/1:3.5-4.8 Nikon Zoom-NIKKOR lens
- Holga Colorsplash Camera with a Fisheye attachment
- 35mm Orbit Camera with a 50mm f/1:4.5 lens
Contact Maya Nojechowicz email@example.com or Emily McKinstry firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.