Welcome to Charlottesville Camera Club

Next meeting

Thursday, November 9, 2017 - 6:00pm

Theme: I Saw It In C'Ville

We live and work in the Charlottesville area. Our daily routines may become mundane, but how could the Lawn, the Mall, the Look3 festival, Presidential homes, Foxfield races, and . . . and . . . ever become mundane? Find a shot that tells the excitement of Charlottesville through its architecture, history, citizens, or the events we enjoy. Your photo should be identifiable as having been taken in Charlottesville or Albemarle County.

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Upcoming Club Events

Peer Review


Saturday, October 28, 2017 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Northside Library

These sessions are a great way to get friendly feedback on your images from your peers. Want some suggestions on how you might improve an image before entering it in a competition? Having some difficulty getting the “look” you want with lighting, composition, or editing? Want to understand more about why a judge may have scored an image as he or she did? Then you’ll find this casual and supportive meeting helpful. And, if you choose to join in evaluating the work of others and contributing your thoughts, you will likely strengthen your own picture-taking skills. Members of all skill levels are welcome, and of course you’re welcome to just attend the meeting and observe.

This meeting will be open to the general public to come and observe one of our most educational activities and to meet club members.

November 2017 Meeting


Thursday, November 9, 2017 - 6:00pm

Street Photography Workshop, Part 2


Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 6:30pm to 8:45pm

Northside Library

This "Street Photography Show and Tell" workshop is meant to offer you an opportunity to show your peers some of the pictures you have made while out and about our cities and towns. Those of you who attended the recent Street Photography Workshop know that Street Photography encompasses many sub-genres such as portrait, abstract, street fashion, architecture, and travel in both color and black and white.

Besides showing up to six photos of your work, be prepared to give us an account of your experiences dealing with people if you included them in any pictures, the equipment you used, and your frustrations and successes. This will not be a critique session, but you may ask for comments or suggestions for improvement if you wish. Even those who did not attend the September workshop are welcome to attend this one and participate in the show and tell process.