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Fotografie-WEB-Verzeichnis: Fotografie Foto-Clubs USA New Jersey

Monmouth Camera Club - Colts Neck, New Jersey

Monmouth Camera Club - Colts Neck, New Jersey

Monmouth Camera Club: Our club provides a forum and gathering place for amateur and professional photographers, at all levels of accomplishment. It allows members to share their experiences, to increase their photographic knowledge, to obtain new stimulation for their photographic activities, and to make new friends. Competitions are held for color slides, color prints, black-and-white prints and digitally enhanced prints. By separating beginning, advanced and salon photographers, the contests allow members to compare their work and compete with others at their own level of accomplishment.

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Cranbury Digital Camera Club

Cranbury Digital Camera Club

Web site for the Cranbury Digital Camera Club. Meetings are generally held twice per month on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. Often, a guest speaker is invited to present information about his or her specialty at the first monthly meeting. Member competitions are normally held during the second meeting.

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Raritan Photographic Society - Brunswick, NJ

Raritan Photographic Society - Brunswick, NJ

Raritan Photographic Society Home page: Raritan - Communities on and around the Raritan River...Photographic - Image-making and photo appreciation... Society - Friendly people with common interests

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South Jersey Camera Club - Medford, New Jersey

South Jersey Camera Club - Medford, New Jersey

The club sponsors an active program to achieve these goals. Outstanding speakers are selected to present interesting and informative programs. Field trips and workshops provide practical photographic experience. Videos on various photo topics are available to members for a nominal rental fee. Competitions in digital images, color slides, monochrome prints, and color prints are held at monthly meetings. Members compete for monthly ribbon awards and year-end medal awards.

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TCCC - Tri-County Camera Club - Nutley

TCCC - Tri-County Camera Club - Nutley

Tri-County Camera Club is one of the most active camera clubs in northern New Jersey. Members join to learn more about taking good photographs, to see the work of top photographers in the area and to share their own photographic ideas with others. If requested, beginners are assigned a mentor from a membership list that comprises some of New Jersey's best photographers.

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Teaneck Camera Club, New Jersey

Teaneck Camera Club, New Jersey

Meets every Tuesday at 8:00 pm,Richard Rodda Recreation Center,Colonial Court,Between Queen Anne Road & Palisade Avenue,Teaneck, NJ

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Essex County Photo Club, New Jersey USA

Essex County Photo Club, New Jersey USA

The Essex Photo Club represents over 100 years of photographic tradition with the combining of two clubs:The Montclair Camera Guild, which was founded in1950,and the West Essex Camera Club, which was founded in 1949. A teaching club, we take pride in turning snap-shooters into photographers and amateurs into serious amateurs.Meetings are held September through May on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month at 8:00 pm. Membership is open to everyone.

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New Jersey Federstion Of Camera Clubs - Watchung, New Jersey USA

New Jersey Federstion Of Camera Clubs - Watchung, New Jersey USA

NJFCC Objectives: Association for the mutual enjoyment of photography Encourage the advancement of members in the knowledge and practice of the science ..... The NJFCC is comprised of member clubs in New Jersey and surrounding areas. Its purpose is to bring together individuals and clubs who share a common interest in photography, to establish a learning environment and spread the knowledge, skills and the joy of photography. Affiliated club members may enter inter-club slide and print competitions scheduled throughout the year.Watchung Arts CenterWatchung, NJ

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HUB Camera Club - Mountain Lakes, New Jersey USA

HUB Camera Club - Mountain Lakes, New Jersey USA

The club is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 by Ed Hunt and a group of photography enthusiasts, wanting to share their experiences. The Club is dedicated to promoting photography (darkroom and digital, in B/W, color prints, and color slides) as an enjoyable recreational endeavor for all skill levels, beginner to advanced. Through competitions, critiques, talks, and demonstrations, members learn to improve both technical and artistic image making skills.

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Cranbury Digital Camera Club, New Jersey USA

Cranbury Digital Camera Club, New Jersey USA

The Cranbury digital Camera Club is open to anyone with any interest in cameras and photography. All photographers are welcome and invited to join the club regardless of their level of proficiency, from beginner and amateur through professional - we have something for everyone. The Cranbury digital Camera Club was started in January 2006 by Janet Paxton and Greg DeAngelis and their spouses, Tony and Linda, all of whom are residents of Cranbury. The club continues to expand and we now have over 80 members including several youth family members. We would like to thank everyone for their support and look forward to welcoming new members every month. Initially the Cranbury digital Camera Club meetings were held at The Gourgaud Gallery in Cranbury. However, we outgrew our first home and would like to thank the Cranbury Arts Council and Cranbury Township for their help and support in starting CdCC. The Cranbury digital Camera Club is led and organized by a Board consisting of a President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and Webmaster. Various committees, headed by committee chairs, focus on specific functions and activities within the Club. Board elections are held in January each year in accordance with the CdCC By-Laws.

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