Start thinking about your images for the first competition on Dec. 9.
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View the images in the 2020 Falmouth Library show.
About the Club
The Upper Cape Camera Club’s mission is to provide photographers of a wide range of ability and experience an opportunity to develop their skills, learn new skills and share images in a friendly and supportive environment. The club also promotes an interest in photography throughout the community through its community projects and exhibits.
From beginners to professionals, all photographers are welcome! Visitors are welcome at the meetings, so come check us out. We hope you'll join. If you would like to attend one of our ZOOM meetings, please visit our Membership Page. The Upper Cape Camera Club is a member of the New England Camera Club Council and the Photographic Society of America.
Falmouth Library Show
The Falmouth Public Library recently featured an exhibit of photographs by the Upper Cape Camera Club. The theme of the exhibit is "Boats of Cape Cod". You can see the images above on this page.
Next Meeting of the 2020-2021 Season
The next meeting of the 2020-2021 season will be held on October 28. This meeting, and probably all meetings through the end of the year, will be held via ZOOM. The meeting will feature a presentation on "Infrared Connecticut" by Bill Barnett. Bill is a retired PhD analytical chemist and spectroscopist who worked for many years helping to design instrumentation for the chemical laboratory. At the same time he pursued photography as a serious hobby. He now has 5 stars in four divisions of PSA (Projected Image, Photo Travel, Photojournalism, and Nature). He also has his second Diamond award in the Color Class of the Projected Image Division and three Galaxy awards in the Photo Travel Division. He has also earned many awards in local competitions.
2020-2021 Meeting Schedule
To view the schedule for the upcoming 2020-2021 season at the UCCC click here.
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