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Walpole High School Students Display Photography Talents students share photos from November, December and January meetings

Meeting the first Wednesday of every month, members of the Photography Club discuss techniques and share their photos with each other. Each month has had a theme: fall for November, shadows and silhouettes for December and water for January. Below, members share their best photos and reflections about the club.

(Photo/ Lillian Hunter)
"My favorite part about Photography Club is seeing how each person interpreted the challenge." -Lillie Hunter.
(Photo/ Katy Langenhorst)
(Photo/ Hope Jordan)
""I love seeing how different kids take photos and seeing where they have been." - Hope Jordan
(Photo/ Jacob Talbot)
"I used silhouette techniques to take a picture of my little brother as the sun set, which made for an incredible picture." - Jacob Talbot
(Photo/ Zoe Coleman)
"My favorite part of Photography Club is learning how to use Photoshop for different purposes." - Zoe Coleman
(Photo/ Maeve Stover)
""I hope to learn from other people’s techniques and experiences." - Maeve Stover
(Photo/ Emily Smith)
"I liked the colors in the photo and I think it really matched the fall vibe. I only edited the photo to make it brighter. I took this photo in my front yard, actually with a bouquet of flowers I stole from a vase on my kitchen table". - Emily Smith
(Photo/ Sophia David)
""I joined photography club to be inspired by other’s photos and abilities. I love seeing what photos others submitted and how each person interpreted the prompt differently." - Sophia David
(Photo/ Sophia David)
"I love that we have a fun and challenging photo to take every month. The prompt makes you take photos you probably never thought about taking before." - Sophia David
(Photo/ Ryan Conlon)
(Photo/ Grace Mello)
""Photography club is a great addition to WHS. Art is so important and sometimes people overlook photography as an art form, so this is a really great way to just share ideas and it’s a great forum for creative minds to talk about something they love." - Grace Mello
(Photo/ Grace Mourad)
"I hope to improve my skills with a legitimate camera." - Grace Mourad
(Photo/ Katy Langenhorst)
(Photo/ Jaydon Gianfrancesco)
(Photo/ Katelyn Evans)
(Photo/ Maeve Stover)
"I joined Photography Club to learn from and talk about photography with others who enjoy it." - Maeve Stover
(Photo/ Chloe Patel)
"This photo was taken on my walk home from school in the town forest. I added a black and white filter and increased the contrast." - Chloe Patel
(Photo/ Katelyn Evans)
"I like the boat in the sunset." - Katelyn Evans
(Photo/ Jacob Talbot)
"I had started doing photography for the robotics team during our competitions last year, and I really enjoyed it. I pursued it further over the summer and after I heard about the club I thought it would be a great way to work with others who enjoy photography as much as I do." - Jacob Talbot
(Photo/ Grace Mourad)
(Photo/ Jaydon Gianfrancesco)
(Photo/ Jacob Talbot)
(Photo/ Katelyn Evans)
(Photo/ Maeve Stover)
(Photo/ McKayla Preto)
(Photo/ Nicole St. Germain)
"I love how each photo we send in has a different theme to follow." - Nicole St. Germain
(Photo/ Ryan Conlon)
(Photo/ Sophia David)

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