Welcome to Charlotte Camera Club! We are a growing, active club of photographers spanning all ages and skill levels. We offer a fun mix of opportunities and ways to participate.
Our meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month except the months of November and December (no second meeting those months). Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. and conclude by 9:00 p.m. We meet at St. John's Episcopal Church at 1623 Carmel Road, in Room 205. Members and guests are invited to arrive a little early to socialize before the meeting begins.
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We hope that you will browse our website and visit a meeting soon.
Save the Date - Thursday, June 11
Guest Speaker, Dusty Doddridge
Topic - Artflow: The Magic of Black and White in the Landscape
"Photographing the landscape has easily been one of the greatest joys of my life. I've found that spending time photographing wilderness areas provides a special combination of physical challenge, creative expression and really helps to sustain emotional and spiritual well being. And it's just plain fun. We all need adventure and something to look forward to...something that pulls us forward."
Learn more at www.dustydoddridge.com.
Hope you can join us!
Amelie's, SC © Mary Presson Roberts
PSA Projected Image Division - Creative Round 3
Product Spotlight - Topaz Impressions
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See more on our Helpful Links page.
Next Meeting: Thursday, May 28
Guest Speaker, Jonathan Webber - Street Photography
Jonathan Webber is a photographer, writer and editor who has been shooting in the streets of Uptown Charlotte since 2009. He is the son of a photographer and grew up admiring the work of Eugene Smith, Edward Steichen, Robert Capa, and the Magnum Group. More recently, he has been influenced by the works of Vivian Maier, Bill Cunningham, and Brandon Stanton. An anthropologist by academic training, he unobtrusively attempts to transform everyday human behavior into visual art. He will present a slideshow featuring the highlights of five years of photography in Charlotte's "ten blocks of Manhattan" and discuss the spirit of street photography and his own approach to the art form. He was photo editor for Charlotte Viewpoint Magazine from 2009 to 2011, and is the creator and administrator of the North Carolina Street Photography Facebook page.
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Header Images: 2014 CCC Competition Top Award Winners (L-R): Charlotte Kidd, Jim Carroll, Bob Pierlott