The Camera Council (also know as the Twin Cities Area Council of Camera Clubs) and its affiliated clubs promote continuing education and fellowship for those interested in all aspects of photography.  Our member clubs offer a diverse range of programs, field trips, competitions and social interaction.  Activities include:

  • Learning new photography techniques
  • Learning from speakers at meetings
  • Going on group outings
  • Entering competitions
  • Exhibit opportunities
  • Friendship – making new friends who share the same passion
  • And more!

 

Interclub Competition

Each year the Camera Council sponsors an interclub competition between its affiliated clubs and their members. The competition has two parts — one for individuals and one for clubs to compete against each other. The deadline for entries is usually in early February and awards are announced at the Spring Break event.

  • Members of affiliated clubs are eligible to enter the individual competition. There are four digital categories: Contemporary, Nature, Monochrome (new!),  and Realistic.  Normally, there are two print categories (Monochrome and Color), but because of Covid, there will be no print competitions in 2021.
  • The club competition is meant to pit a representative set of 20 member images from each club to those of other clubs.

 

Spring Break Event

Spring Break is an annual event held in March or April every year.  For one full day at a very low cost, there is a wide range of speaker choices.  There is a vendor area to visit throughout the day, photo opportunities and door prizes.   A choice of box lunches are served as well as refreshments and cookies.  There will not be a Spring Break event in 2021, but the committee is already planning this fun event for 2022!

Monthly Board Meetings

The Council’s board meets on the 2nd Thursday, September through May, at 7:00 p.m. at Iris Park Commons, 1850 University Ave. W, St. Paul, MN 55104.  Visitors are welcome to attend.  Until we can meet in person, all board meetings will be “virtual”.

The Camera Council is a member of the Photographic Society of America.      

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