Brentwood Photography Group members trade knowledge for 20+ years

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“I’m still learning something new about photography almost every day,” 90-year-old Dick Dagal recently told a Tennessee.

And for over 20 years, Dagal has shared that knowledge with the members of the community photography group he founded.

He started the Brentwood Photography Group in 1998 and added a lunch bunch shortly after 1999.

According to news releases about both photography groups, “BPG has grown into a major resource for photographers in the Nashville-Brentwood-Franklin community. Today, skilled beginners, amateurs, professional photographers, etc. , Nearly 200 members of all skill levels participate. From beginners to experts. “

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The Lunch Bunch Group supports the growth of photographic skills through the education and exhibition of photographic outcomes.

Until December, the work of 13 lunch bunch members will be on display at the Williamson County Public Library’s “We’re Still Learning” exhibition and will be moved to Square Market & Cafe in Colombia, Tennessee in January.

A photo of the sunset taken by John Mott

“This exhibition is a great opportunity for the people of Williamson County to enjoy the finest works of photographic art and learn about the wonderful educational opportunities offered by the study of photography,” said Dagal.

This group is built on building friendships with other people who share a love for photography. Lunch bunch members meet once a month to listen to guest speakers, participate in group outings, and strengthen their skills.

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