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Warren Photographic Society - Champion, Ohio

Warren Photographic Society - Champion, Ohio

Monthly club activities may include: interclub print and slide competitions, photo critiquing, active shooting, technical demonstrations, or international competitions with other members from PSA.The Warren Photographic Society regular club meetings run from September through June each year. Meetings are the second and fourth Thursday at 7:00pm at Cord Camera on East Market Street in Howland.

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Erie Shores Photography Club

Erie Shores Photography Club

Our members are photographers of various skill levels who use a wide variety of formats to capture and create images. We meet twice a month, September through May. The first Wednesday is a program where members can learn from experts on topics like "Composition", "Lighting", "Portraitures" or just how to select the best equipment for the kinds of pictures you want to take.

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Cleveland Photographic Society - Broadview Heights, Ohio USA

Cleveland Photographic Society - Broadview Heights, Ohio USA

The Cleveland Photographic Society is not your typical 'camera club'. Operating from our own full-time, ADA-friendly clubroom in Broadview Heights, Ohio, we are a non-profit organization, offering a variety of activities for members and visitors alike - including our long-running School of Photography, with classes held throughout the year. Feel free to look around our website and plan to join us at an upcoming meeting or event. We hold our formal meetings almost every Friday evening at 8:00pm and many times host events on other days as well. Click here to learn where we are and how to find us (including maps and directions) - and don't forget to check the CPS Club Calendar to learn all about what's going on. Almost all CPS events are open to the public - we encourage you to stop in and have a look!

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Ohio Stereo Photographic Society, Ohio USA

Ohio Stereo Photographic Society, Ohio USA

Formed in 1997 to promote stereoscopic Photography among its members and to the general public. Stereo Competitions: Each member can enter up to 3 slides (prints) with the assigned theme. Awards are given to 25-50% of the entries. Members accumulate points throughout the year. Results are published in the newsletter. Member's Presentations/Open: Members are encouraged to sign up for (short) programs with an underlying theme, or just bring a few slides to project. Stereo prints and stereo-related items for a short "show & tell" during the break are welcome at all meetings and can be placed at the available tables.

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Youngstown Photographic Society, Ohio USA

Youngstown Photographic Society, Ohio USA

Youngstown Photographic Society Youngstown Camera Club Newsletter and information about the camera club and activities. Tips and articles about photography film equipment techniques and digital photography. The Youngstown Photographic Society , a.k.a. The Youngstown Camera Club , was founded in 1948 as an association for the mutual enjoyment of photography. We have regular slide competitions, critques, workshops, lectures, slide shows, print competitions, and field trips.

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Focus Photo Club, Dayton - Ohio USA

Focus Photo Club, Dayton - Ohio USA

Camera Club in Dayton Ohio. We are a special interest photography club for amateur and professional photographers. We meet every month for a program, print competition, and a Photoshop workshop. The Focus Photo Club was founded in 1989 for the enjoyment of all photographers, from the amateur to the professional. Each monthly meeting includes a speaker, workshop or presentation and a competition for the club members. Other photographic and social activities are planned according to the members' wishes.Each monthly competition features five categoriesSmall Print, Color Print & Slides, Black & White Print, Extended Photography, Theme of the Month - Any format (Color, B&W, Extended, or Slides) Throughout the year, a special competition may be held in areas such as portrait photography, images from field trips, etc.

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Dayton Tripod Camera Club, Ohio USA

Dayton Tripod Camera Club, Ohio USA

Welcome to the Tripod Camera Club web site. It was designed not only to promote our club, but also to provide an avenue for our members to "publish" their photography for all the world to see. You are invited to take your mouse for a leisurely walk through our web site, stopping along the way to enjoy the imagery created by some of our most talented members. Tripod Camera Club is a non-profit organization located in Dayton, Ohio. It is designed for any individual - amateur or professional - that has an interest in photography. The Club was organized in the early 1940's as a successor to a local NCR camera club. Today, we have approximately 90 members and many of our members are among the finest photographers and print-makers in the area. The Club meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from September to May, with the exception of November and December, when we only meet on the second Tuesday. The first meeting of the month is our competition meeting. At this meeting, you can see head-to-head competition in different categories including Monochrome Prints, Color Prints, Color Slides, Nature Slides and Commercial Prints. Every other month a "special theme" such as "Patterns" is added. At the second meeting each month a guest speaker presents a program or demonstrates a photographic technique.

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The Camera Club of Cincinnati, Ohio USA

The Camera Club of Cincinnati, Ohio USA

The club was originally part of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History and officially known as "The Photographic Section of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History". The Camera Club of Cincinnati was founded in January of 1884, making it one of the oldest camera clubs in the country. The club was originally part of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History and officially known as "The Photographic Section of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History". By 1890, the membership numbered over 130 and had headquarters at 108 Broadway. Meetings were held on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month. The club had an annual excursion every Decoration Day and an annual lantern-slide exhibition each winter. The club was a member of the American Lantern-Slide Interchange and "monthly exhibitions of lantern slides are given in at the club rooms". Sometime between 1890 and 1944, we think in the 1920's, the club separated from the Cincinnati Society of Natural History and in 1944 the club incorporated as the Camera Club of Cincinnati. ...... Over the years meetings were held in different locations in the downtown area. The club-rooms were on Hammond Street from 1940 to 1960. In 1960 the club moved to 123 E. 5th Street, in 1967 to above the old Part Theater. In 1980 the club moved to 3837 Spring Grove Avenue, then in 1987 to 5917 Hamilton Avenue where it remained for 13 years. In 2000 the club moved to its current location at 7045 Vine St. in Carthidge. Membership has fluctuated too....

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