|You can put your camera club online in the OPC for a fraction of the cost of a typical commercial site. When you do, enter a brief description of your club, then potential members can find you easily.|
Rebel County, USA
|Monthly meetings and quarterly
photo contests. Annual possum & grits cookout. 65 members, 85 pickup
trucks, 92 gun racks, 1 camera.
|Fruits & Nuts Camera Club
|The camera club with the
highest concentration of wackos. We have ex-dot commers, drag queens,
ex-governors, and former football player murderers. Actors are NOT
welcome. Some people are just too weird.
Yankee Camera Club
|We shoot only with pin hole cameras. Anyone welcome, especially if you bring food or beer to meetings (don't think we're buying). Free membership to anyone who can figure out how to reuse film.|
|NECCC is a non-profit camera club council with over 80 member camera clubs in New England (Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine). NECCC sponsors one of the largest photography conferences in the U.S.|
|The Cambridge Camera Club is
one of the oldest photographic societies in the country having been
founded in 1902 for the promotion of knowledge relating to all branches of
photography, and the fellowship and recreation of its members.
We meet weekly from September until May with a varied programme of competitions, talks on topics of photographic interest, demonstrations and discussions, member participation evenings and various social events. Membership of around 100