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Amarillo Area Photography Club - Texas

Amarillo Area Photography Club - Texas

The Amarillo Area Photography Club is a place for people with a love of photography to grow. The club holds monthly competitions in print photography, slide photography and digital photography. There are also regular informational programs presented by area professionals and club members

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Frisco Lakes Camera Club - Texas

Frisco Lakes Camera Club - Texas

The Frisco Lakes Camera Club is a homeowner activity designed to grow individual skills in photography through enjoyable sessions of learning programs, field trips, photo sharing, critiques and competitions.

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Trinity Arts Photo Club in DFW Texas

Trinity Arts Photo Club in DFW Texas

Meetings held on the 4th Monday of the month (except Dec.) at 7:00PM at the Bedford Boys Ranch

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Houston Chinese Photographic Society

Houston Chinese Photographic Society

休士顿华人摄影学会创建于1990年,最早由萧春泉,李雨发,凌兆基,关本俊,蔡保罗几位发起,萧春泉任创会会长。创会后立即受到各方属目,会务迅速发展,会员作品开始进军国际摄影沙龙。1992年,摄影学会首次与中国大陆成都《四川日报》合作,开展旅行摄影活动。1993年,应新疆摄影学会的邀请,...

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Greater San Antonio Camera Club - Texas

Greater San Antonio Camera Club - Texas

The Greater San Antonio Camera Club is a nonsectarian organization with membership open to photographic enthusiasts of all ages and proficiencies.The purpose of this club is to foster interest in photography, provide an effective medium for exchanging ideas, develop and improve the photographic skills and competence of its members, and to corporate with other similar organizations in worthwhile photographic activities.

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Dallas Underwater Photographic Society, Texas USA

Dallas Underwater Photographic Society, Texas USA

A not-for-profit organization in Dallas Ft Worth Texas promoting underwater photography underwater videography emphasizing education. We emphasize education, dive safety, fun, and protection and respect for the marine environment. We do club trips and monthly meetings with educational and entertaining speakers and also a monthly photo contest for members. We encourage anyone interested to attend DUPS meetings, regardless of their photographic skill level. Our members are happy to share knowledge and expertise.

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Dallas Camera Club - Dallas, Texas USA

Dallas Camera Club - Dallas, Texas USA

Amateur camera club. The object of the Dallas Camera Club is the mutual entertainment and education of its members in all forms of amateur photographic art. Any person who is interested in photography and is willing to make freely available to other members of the Dallas Camera Club the results of their photographic experiences, may become a member.The Dallas Camera Club (DCC) was organized in 1934, starting with 52 printmakers meeting twice a month to further their photographic skills. Color slides were added, presumably in the 1950’s. In 2005, digital images were added and combined with slides to create the “projected images” category. Slides were eliminated in 2008, so that the club activities now focus on color prints, monochrome prints and digital projected images.The DCC hosts contests and events including monthly competitions, field trips, workshops, programs of general knowledge and interest, an annual competition with the Fort Worth Camera Club and a club Annual Awards Banquet. The DCC stresses intra-club competition as a learning process. Emphasis is placed on helping the beginner or new member feel at ease, ask questions, learn and participate.

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Woodlands Photography Club - a club for everyone who loves photography -- Texas USA

Woodlands Photography Club - a club for everyone who loves photography -- Texas USA

Woodlands Photography Club in Texas - Attend the club meeting:Monday, May 11, 6:30 – 9:00 PMSouth Montgomery County Community Center2235 Lake Robbins RoadThe Woodlands.-- From amateur to professional - film to digital - and beyond. We come together to learn and share from each other and to have FUN!

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Austin Shutterbug Photography and Camera Club, Texas USA

Austin Shutterbug Photography and Camera Club, Texas USA

The Austin Shutterbug Club is the camera and photography club of Austin Texas and its surrounding area. We hold monthly meetings and photo competitions and we also schedule field trips and workshops throughout the year. People of all skill levels are welcome. The Austin Shutterbug Club (ASC) was founded in 1998 as a nonprofit photographic organization. The objective of ASC is to encourage the photographic enthusiast in the enjoyment and improvement of his or her photography. Any person may join ASC by paying and maintaining current annual club dues. The Purpose of the Austin Shutterbug Club shall be to encourage an interest in photography, provide an opportunity for the exchange of ideas, to provide an enjoyable forum for the development of artistic and technical photographic skills and to promote a healthy spirit through educational programs, exhibition and competition. The club is open to members of all photographic skill levels. The club year mirrors the calendar year running from January through December. All fiscal activities are based upon the club year. Annual club competitions accumulate points during each single club year. Year-end awards are compiled in December and awarded during the annual Christmas Party and Awards Dinner in December

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Bay Area Photo Club, Houston Galveston Texas

Bay Area Photo Club, Houston Galveston Texas

The Bay Area Photo Club is a non-profit organization of amateur and professional photographers in the Houston/Galveston Bay Area. The club meets three times a month (except December) at The Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake (TAACCL) located at 2000 Nasa Pkwy. The first Tuesday of the month is an educational/tutorial session. On the second Tuesday of the month, members bring their work for critique and discussion (also referred as the Honors Program night). The fourth Tuesday of the month is usually a special program where guests come to speak to the club on various topics, a member presents a special topic of interest or the club critiques work from an outside organization such as PSA or GSCCC-member clubs. There is also a bi-monthly newsletter that lists announcements, essays on subjects of photographic interest, buy/sell ads, and other goodies.

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