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Chatham Camera Club, Canada

Chatham Camera Club, Canada

We are a SW Ontario photography club that meets to share photographic knowledge organize club outings and enter photo competitions. Novice to semi-pro photographers welcome. The Chatham Camera Club is a over 70 year old Chatham-Kent, Ontario Canada based Photography Club, and a long time member of the Canadian Association of Photographic Arts CAPA . We actively interact with other Clubs and National organizations to promote and further the Art of Photography in our community. We judge and promote local photographic contests as well as National submissions by other Ontario Clubs and hold seminars to help educate and encourage the enjoyment of photography. In 2006, with the generous assistance of the Trillium Foundation we transitioned from a film and slide based Club to one primarily focused on Digital Cameras and technology. Although slides, film and print still play a role in our Club all competitions and photo exchanges with other Clubs are now done through E-mail and the Internet. Our new digital projection equipment has enhanced our meetings, workshops and presentations significantly. As a result of the new wave of digital cameras and technology our Club has tripled in size in the last 12 months with virtually all members having converted to Digital Cameras. If you are reading this because you are interested in Digital Photography or would like to know how to use that new camera, we encourage you to come to our meetings or Photo Outings to see what we are all about. In...

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The Bay Photography Club - Collingwood Ontario, Canada

The Bay Photography Club - Collingwood Ontario, Canada

We meet on the Third Tuesday of each month from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m. at The Wasaga Beach Christian Church, 268 Main Street, wasaga Beach. Membership fees are 35.00 per year.

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Windsor Camera Club Windsor Ontario, Canada

Windsor Camera Club Windsor Ontario, Canada

The purpose of the Windsor Camera Club is to assist its members to improve their photographic skills thru fellowship and involvement in the following club activities. The speakers chosen to present programs cover a broad spectrum of subjects. We have enjoyed lectures on composition, exposure, etc., after which members are encouraged to ask any questions which they may have concerning the subject matter of the night. Members need to get to the meeting early this night in order to submit their material for the competition, generally referred to as evaluation night . Though not compulsory, members are encouraged to enter work for monthly competitions, these evaluations are held on three levels of experience B or beginners, A or improved and AA or advance. All members may enter slides and prints in the following three categories, Open, Nature, and Assignment. Open category may be used to enter photographs of all subject matter no restrictions . Assignment category requires the member to enter only photographs which were taken in the current year and of sufficient subject matter to fit the assigned subject for the month, the club executive gives out a list of assignments at the beginning of the club year in May. Nature category is the most restrictive in that photographs must not show the hand of man, meaning objects such as buildings, concrete, fences, wires, people, etc., also the subject matter should not be in captivity or cultivated unless the photograph is of extreme...

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Mississauga Camera Club, Canada

Mississauga Camera Club, Canada

The Mississauga Camera Club was established in 1954. The club offers an opportunity for the sharing of ideas, improvement of photographic skills, as well as fellowship through photography. Regular Mississauga Camera Club meetings are normally held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday evenings, from September to June and start at 7:30 p.m. at the Cawthra Senior s Community Centre, 1389 Cawthra Road. Visitors are welcome to attend a club meeting, but participation in club competitions, workshops, and outings are limited to members. Regular meetings may include lectures by guest speakers addressing a variety of photography-related interests, technical advice, or pure entertainment. Four times a year, the regular meeting displays and awards the club members who have entered the club competitions, currently consisting of prints and digital files. There are four competitions during the club year, for prints and digital files in which points will accumulate toward CLUB AWARDS for each group. In addition, other opportunities may be provided by the club, for inter or intra club competitions. Further information is available in the Constitution which is currently under review. Digital File competitions offer members an opportunity to compete in 3 classes Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced . In each class there are three categories: Pictorial, Nature and Artistic Contemporary. Members may submit images in more than one category, but are limited to a total of three images per competition....

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Professional Photographers of Ontario, Canada

Professional Photographers of Ontario, Canada

The Largest Association of Professional Photographers in Ontario; Qualified in Commercial Industrial Wedding and Portrait Photography. Dare to Learn Dare to Share Dare to Inspire.

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The London Camera Club - London Ontario Canada

The London Camera Club - London Ontario Canada

Welcome to the homepage of The London Camera Club. Bienvenue au site-web du London Camera Club. Nous nous excusons, mais toutes les pages sont en anglais. Please be sure to look at our ever-growing photographic resource section. The London Camera Club is pleased to be supported by a grant from The Ontario Trillium Foundation

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Camera Club of Ottawa, since 1894, Canada

Camera Club of Ottawa, since 1894, Canada

Popular photography was still in its infancy when a group of enthusiasts formed the Camera Club of Ottawa in 1894. The organizers set as their objective ...to study and promote the art of photography in all its branches . Although it was a primitive art form at the time, club members soon gained competence and recognition in international salon competition. Today, we maintain that objective. We have a small gallery of our historical images of the Camera Club of Ottawa. Workshops and outings usually consist of a small group of members, led either by another Club member or a local professional photographer, in topics such as portraiture, nature photography, film and print processing, framing and mounting, and digital techniques. A special series of informal workshops is held each year for beginners. Outings and field trips are designed to provide social as well as technical benefits. Competitions are organized into colour slides or B&W prints, or colour prints, by three categories: "Novice", "Intermediate", or "Advanced". An invited judge or panel of judges critiques each entry, and makes awards ("Award of Excellence" or "Honourable Mention") to deserving entries as appropriate. Points are accumulated, based on the level of awards achieved, to determine the year-end trophy winners. These trophies are distributed at the annual banquet in May.

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