Northwoods Photo Club-

-a photo club serving the Northwoods of Wisconsin where photographers, of all skill levels, can share their knowledge, learn from each other, and nurture each other’s creativity.

Please feel free to join us. We meet the 2nd Wednesday of the month, from 6-8 pm at the Warehouse Art Center in Eagle River.

The Warehouse Center for the Arts
107 S. Railroad St.
Eagle River, WI 54521

Our next Meeting-

  • Wednesday, 7/13/22, 6-8pm at the Warehouse in Eagle River.

    • 107 S. Railroad St.Eagle River, Wi

    • Link for Zoom call:

    • https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83371322969?pwd=L1JRWEpPNXF6TUhXb1Z1MG1zejRoQT09

    • Member Presentation- Mark Schermeister - Dance Photography
      Join us and watch Mark in action. He will bring his lighting and dance models, and demonstrate how he gets his amazing imagery.

    • Member Share Theme: "layers"- your interpretation!

    • Email images to Libby Scott: libbypscott@gmail.com

    • File size: 1920 x 1080 @72ppi

    • File Format: .jpg

    • Name files: First initial, last name, image name(i.e. LScott_MontanaSky.jpg)

    • We need future themes for Member Share- June, July, August

      • Possible themes- black and white, up close, others?

      • Club Sales Opps- Art Harvest, LOLA, Land O Lakes, 9/24/22

      • Future Presentations

      • Mark Schermeister- Dance Photography Demonstration, July

      • Ralph Pelto- August

      • David Meiss, September

      • Todd Schroeckenthaler- Lightroom Workflow

July Meeting- 7/13/22, 6-8pm

Presenting Mark Schermeister

Mark Schermeister is a fine artist who has spent a large part of his life in the north woods of Wisconsin for the past 64 years. Originally from Minneapolis, he now divides his time between Miami and Land O’ Lakes. He’s an enthusiastic Photographic Artist who describes himself as “having 56 years’ experience and still (always!) a student.”

He began as a photographer and lab technician, then followed a career as an air traffic controller, retiring from federal service a few years ago. Through it all, he carried his camera, capturing and expressing what he calls “the miracle and mystery of the life we’re blessed with.”

With a personal intention to create and exhibit visual art that conveys the unseen qualities of the world around us, he endeavors to “To photograph the invisible.”

Mark has been photographing dance for 12 years and is Owner and Proprietor of Studio1761; a photographic arts venture with the purpose of “Communicating the visible and invisible spirit of both the dancer and the dance.”