Club Camera offers its members a variety of activities. We like to think there’s something for everybody. Your skill level is not important. There is always something new to learn. The club holds its primary meetings twice a month, on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month (except for July and August; it’s summer and you should be outside taking pictures). The links below provide more detail.
The first club meeting of the month alternates between a competition and a friendly, non-competitive critique.
Speakers and Programs
The second monthly meeting presents a speaker, most frequently an expert from the outside world. These programs cover a wide variety of subjects. Just to give you an idea, we have had presentations on macro insect photography, police crime-scene photography, commercial photography, setting up a post-processing workflow and so on.
These groups (SIGS) focus on one aspect of photography and generally have fewer attendees than the main group meetings.
The club offers anywhere from three to five field trips every year. These can be single-day activities (such as a walking photo shoot in the Tucson Barrio (to a multi-day excursion (we’ve gone to Death Valley and White Sands(,
Here are some images from the Digital Art Special Interest Group Gallery