Focus Stacking by Greg Anderson
Please note uploads for the first competition on Dec 12 are now OPEN. The categories are: Machine(s), Non-Traditional, and Open. The judge will be Michael Karchmer.
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. The Upper Cape Camera Club is a member of the New England Camera Club Council and the Photographic Society of America.
Our Next Meeting of the 2018-2019 Season
On Wednesday, November 28th, the Upper Cape Camera Club will host a special program: “Photojournalism - As Seen by Steve Heaslip”. Mr. Heaslip is an award winning local photographer and the Chief Photographer of the Cape Cod Times. He was named the New England Society of News Editors Master Photographer (awarded in 2016). The meeting on Wednesday the 28th will be at the Falmouth Art Center (on the second floor), on Gifford Street in Falmouth, MA. The meeting will start at 7:00 pm, with refreshments and socializing at 6:30 pm. The public is welcome.
New to Photography? New to Camera Clubs?
If you were unable to attend the meeting of the Newcomers Group, held by Membership Coordinator, Barry Cronin, please feel free to contact him. The purpose of this group is to hear from you about what YOU want to get from your club membership: what workshops, help sessions, whatever it may be that will help you enjoy your photography.
So, if you want help make our club responsive to your interests, please contact Barry.
2018-2019 Meeting Schedule
The current meeting schedule can be accessed here.
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