The Ulster County Photography Club (UCPC) began in late 2005 as a forum for local photographers of varying levels of expertise including beginners and the more advanced. The club provides a community for photographers in which there is the opportunity for discussion, networking, and growth. Competitions and
critiques have become standard activities at our meetings; participants find the
feedback they receive as well as the opportunity to assess other’s works to be invaluable.
The St. James' Camera Club, created by five " good ole boy's" for fun in 1996, has grown to over 50 members that include individuals with a wide spectrum of photographic skills, from entry level to enthusiast to professionals.
Workshops, professional guest speakers, field trips and editing skill training sessions are held throughout the year. With yearly exhibits in local galleries.
Themes are generated each month for member slideshows, image sharing and educational critiquing.
The purpose of the club is to foster an appreciation and understanding of photography as an art form, and to promote and develop the photographic knowledge and skills of its members through social interaction and events.
Whether you are a skilled amateur, semi-professional or professional photographer, you are welcome to join our club and share your skills and views on photography. Our members photograph with film or digital cameras of all makes and models.
The main objective of the Hudson Highlands Photography Club And Workshop is to encourage and develop a high level of photographic skills, and an appreciation of the art form for all of its members.
The Hudson Highlands Photography Club And Workshop holds regular monthly meetings on the second Monday of each month. Meetings begin at 7:30 PM
(Doors open at 7:00 PM).
Founded in February, 1993 by Frank J. Dispensa, PP of A Certified, M. Photog. Cr., APM; the Dutchess Regional Professional Photographers (DRPP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the educational needs of professional photographers.
The Mid-Hudson Photography Club meets the third Friday of most months at the LaGrange Town Hall. Meetings begin at 7:30 PM. Doors open at 6:45 PM. Stop by and check us out. Open to anyone with an interest in photography.
The Color Camera Club of Westchester, Inc., was founded December 21, 1951. It's purpose is to sponsor and support organized activities for the benefit of camera hobbyists, improve their skills, and increase their personal enjoyment. A special effort is made to help out new photographers.
WE ACHIEVE OUR MISSION to foster and perpetuate an appreciation of the visual arts in the Mid-Hudson Valley through exhibitions, lectures, workshops, and demonstrations
The Greene County Camera Club is a friendly group of intermediate and advanced photographers who meet twice monthly from September through June on the second and fourth Thursdays
The Housatonic Camera Club is composed of members from communities in the tri-state area (Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York) who meet to share their love of photography, their experiences, travels, and expertise, and to educate one another and the public. Members -- beginners, advanced amateurs, and professionals -- work in prints, film, digital, color, and black & white mediums.
The year was 2010. Paul Abitabile was seeking out others interested in photography, and was surprised to discover there was no such club in the Hudson, NY area. Armed with paper notices announcing a meeting at the Hudson Area Library, he ventured out and posted them in various public venues in Columbia county. He arrived at the library on the chosen date to see if his flyers had any results. They did!
Paul makes note of the club's name. We are the Columbia County PHOTO Club. He did not want to call it a camera club, because it's first all about the picture, not the tool used to acquire it.
Digital World of Photography is a digital photography group that meets at least once a month for a photographic experience somewhere in the Hudson River Valley in New York. You can learn about your camera through the outings, take a class or join our monthly meetings with guest speakers or training sessions in Photoshop. This is a Facebook based site
The Westchester Photographic Society is one of the largest, friendliest camera clubs in Westchester County, New York, as well as being one of the oldest. Membership is open to all photography enthusiasts, from beginning novices to professional photographers.
The Palenville Camera Club was started as a way of reaching photographers in the Palenville, Mountaintop, Saugerties, Kingston and Woodstock areas. We Meet at the Palenville Library, on Main Street in Palenville at 6 pm on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, except during July and August, when we take some time off, and go out together on field trips. We encourage folks with all abilities from amateur to professional to join us, we offer gentle critique, programs and field trips. Mostly we bring in our work on a flash drive and project it on the library's new beautiful giant screen. We are friendly and helpful and want nothing more than to bring photographers together for advice, technical help and fellowship. All are welcome.
From September through May, the club meets twice a month at 7 p.m. at the Harwinton Public Library, 80 Bentley Drive, Harwinton, CT, for …
Image Judging — 2nd Tuesday of the month. General Meeting — 3rd Tuesday of the month.
The public is always welcome at our meetings!
Formerly Canton Camera Club