If you have a love or passion for photography and want to learn new skills or want to share your skills with others, you are welcomed!
Whether you take photos with a cell phone, tablet, point & shoot camera or use a state of the art digital SLR camera, you are welcomed!
The objective of our club is to bring together individuals interested in learning and improving the techniques of digital photography in a friendly environment. We always welcome guests to visit any one of our meetings with the hope that they become members and share in our passion of photography.
Please click this link below to download a map and directions
Click this link for our future schedule of events and meeting dates.
Our Mentor Program is available for new members to help acclimate them to club activities and camera functions. This program is conducted and is most effective during one of our many Field Trips, were you can pair up with one of our seasoned members for help & guidance.
The club meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from September to June, with an occasional bonus meeting in some months. Meetings are at 7pm. in the Hope Christian Church community center, 211 Montowese Ave., North Haven. (click the Directions & Parking tab above for the detailed directions).
The first Tuesday & (second Tuesday when scheduled) meetings of the month is instructional by an outside lecturer or member. The Third Tuesday meeting is a competition meeting where members submit prints and images for scoring and evaluation by judges. See the Up Coming Programs tab for exact dates and events schedules.
We have 3 group levels of competition, starting with:
B Group - for members whom consider themselves beginners or entry level.
A Group - Is for our more advanced members with more advanced photographic and post processing editing skills.
Mentors Group – This group will be for those members that are much more advanced shooters or professional shooters or very highly skilled at photo editing or for those members whom haven’t competed in the past for the fear of dominating the competitions and overshadowing the less advanced members.
Conducted by members or outside speakers on a wide range of topics such as Adobe Photoshop, composition, landscapes, depth of fields, controlling shutter speeds, producing slide shows with music, portraits, working with layers, mounting prints etc.
Scheduled at various times of the year to provide interesting photo ops at various locations such as the Yale University Campus, Bronx Zoo, NYC, Mystic Seaport, flower shows, etc.
Take the first step in becoming a member and attend a meeting. You will be welcome. For member information email us at "NorthHavenCameraClub [at] gmail.com", or use the contact form below.
Membership for the 2016-2017 year is based on the club's operating year of September 1, 2016 -August 31, 2017. Club term membership fees are as follows: Individual $35, Family (spouse & children under 18) $50, Student $30. Dues for members who sign up later in the club year are pro-rated.
Benefits of membership include: learning programs, hands on workshops, mentor program, field trips or photo walks, the ability to enter our monthly competitions and special projects. Included with membership, when your photos place 1st, 2nd or 3rd in our monthly competitions or if you participate in our special photo projects, they will be uploaded to our website page and our YouTube Channel for your family, friends and our extended photo community to view and enjoy.
is a professional nature photographer, writer and much sought-after public speaker. His work has been published internationally in books and magazines, on calendars, posters, and greeting cards, and in advertising media. His first two coffee table books, Adirondack Waters and In Stoddard’s Footsteps, have become landmark regional publications. He followed those with The Adirondacks: In Celebration of the Seasons. Each won the Adirondack Center for Writing’s Photography Book of the Year Award. He has also authored two extensive e-books on night photography: The Light of Midnight and After Midnight: Night Photography by Example, and recently released one on his photographic journey, Finding November. Mark is a staff instructor for the Adirondack Photography Institute and leads digital and landscape photography workshops and tours. For information, please visit www.adkpi.org.
The Hope Christian Church
211 Montowese Ave.
Our 2016 Image of the Year
Awards presented on 6/21/16
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