Welcome to the Photographic Historical Society of New England (PHSNE)

Coming in November:

How photography (and our lives) have been disrupted, diluted, and diminished by the digital revolution

Peter Vanderwarker
Sunday November 2nd, 1:30 PM
Woman's Club Workshop, 72 Columbus St., Newton Highlands, MA

Peter Vanderwarker has been active as an architectural photographer since 1977. His photographs of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard in are in the October issue of Architectural Digest. He travels and exhibits world-wide and has upcoming projects in Rwanda and China. Currently an architectural and editorial photographer, Peter has served as instructor and director of the thesis program at the Boston Architectural Center and produced documentary films for the University of California Institute of Urban and Regional Development.

Peter shot 52,478 sheets of 4x5 film between 1976 and 2004. He switched to digital in 2004 and now has 14.3 TB of data.

Please join us for this interesting and informative presentation by a fellow PHSNE member.

See November snap shots for more information and go to meetings page for directions and map to Woman's Club Workshop and other meeting information.

Announcing the Presidents Blog
Whitey Morange, PHSNE's President, has established a blog for items of PHSNE interest. In Whitey's words: "I will be posting things in a different way here; less formal, more newsy and personal. I hope it’s useful to someone but, if not, at least it keeps me off the streets, right?"

The blog supports comments by readers, so come and join in the discussion of photo history!

Coming Up in 2014!
Notable items from dealers' and members' collections shown below...