The Corys Present Workshop At Chattanooga Photographic Society’s April Meeting

Monday, March 31, 2014

The Photographic Society of Chattanooga will present Tom and Pat Cory at the Thursday, April 17, meeting.  The Corys will be doing a presentation on “The Beauty of the Earth” that will begin at 7 p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Cory have been members of PSC for many years. Mr. Cory's images have appeared in Sierra Club calendars, Delta Sky Magazine, Nature Photographer, Outdoor Photographer, Blue Ridge Country, and Chattanooga Cityscope. His fine art prints are in public and private collections in the U.S. and in Europe. His work can be found locally at Plum Nelly.  

Working as a husband/wife team, Mr. and Mrs. Cory have led photography workshops throughout the U.S., Europe and Australia/New Zealand since 1987. They have published several photography books including Notes from the Field, Gently Touch the Earth, and Scenic Chattanooga and Beyond. They are currently focusing on short local workshops and individual lessons.  For more information visit their website,  

For beginners or anyone looking to improve their photography, join Boot Camp at 6 p.m. to discuss camera questions.  Bring camera and manual, and there will be people to answer questions.  There will be Nikon and Canon shooters there to help with your questions.  For those with a different camera model, they will try to find someone to answer questions.

The presentation will be at the St. John United Methodist Church, 3921 Murray Hills Dr.  For more information call 344-5643 or e-mail Mike Tomshack at  For more information about the Photographic Society of Chattanooga, visit   

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