Maine Traditional Film Photographers

Meets the thirds Thursday of each month, 6:30 pm at the Harlow Gallery.

Begun in 2009, Maine Traditional Film Photographers is a group of approximately 15 people joined together through our mutual interest in recording images using black and white negatives, color film and slides.  Several  of us use large format (View) cameras.  Others prefer medium format or 35 mm photography.  We meet the third Thursday of each month at the Harlow Gallery  to share technical and  artistic skills.  We also organize  field trips to photography exhibits  including  shows at Colby, Bates, Bowdoin College and the  Portland Museum of Art.  We offer spring and summer photo shoots to  coastal and inland Maine sites, and show our film-based work in shows at Augusta, Hallowell and other locations.  Speakers at our Third-Thursday meetings have included documentary photographers and  glass plate practitioners, among others. We are not a club and do not offer contests or jurying.

For more information, please  contact Cindy Rehagen Langewisch (founding member and current coordinator) at 207-897-5818 or

 Other active members include:

David & Alice Anderman (Waterville)
Gerald Bigelow (Lewiston)
Richard Crane (Wayne)
Colleen Gleason (Rockland)
Christine Olmsted (Brunswick)
Joseph Souther (Berwick)
Michael Newman (Buxton)
Rex Holsapple (Mount Vernon)
Phil Downes (Augusta)
Paula Anastasio (Augusta)
Lloyd Ferriss (Richmond)