Snap shots is published monthly September through June presenting information about the next meeting and other articles of interest to members and the photo history community. You can contact the snap shots editor, Bonnie Regelman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An archive of issues since September 2005, Volume 11 Issue 1, is available at snapshots.phsne.org
Recent issues are available below by clicking on the links below.
December 2019 snap shots— Annual Meeting with Board Election, Members' Auction, Party; Look Up at the Camera [Drone]; A Photographic “Whodunit” [Cinematograph]; Exaktas Enjoyed a Long Run… ; More Losses for the NE Photographic Community; Websites of Interest—preservation of film, movies, and documents.
November 2019 snap shots— Monique Fisher discussing Care and Preservation of Photographic Materials; Fading Ads of Chicago; Griffin Museum Hosts Two Exhibits On Similar Themes; Lumiere's Eljy: A High Quality Subminiature Camera; Conversation Corner; Websites of Interest.
October 2019 snap shots— Joseph Turner presenting Aerial Photography: Early Days to Drone Photography; NASA Images Available to the Public; MFA Hosts Major Photo Exhibit; New Technology Restores Daguerreotypes; Ebony Archives Sold at Auction, Public to Gain Access to Images.
September 2019 snap shots— Read about the upcoming exhibition Making, Not Taking: Portrait Photography in the 19th Century curated by Carrie Cushman, Curatorial Fellow in Photography at the Davis Museum, Wellesley College. The exhibition runs from February 13, 2020 through June 7, 2020.