Cambridge Camera Club meets 7.30pm on a Monday evening between September and May.
At these main meetings we have a varied Programme of talks, competitions and Members' evenings.
To find out more about joining the club, go to the Membership page. The club is very popular and so maintains a waiting list for joining but we do run various events for those on the waiting list.
We also run several special Interest Groups monthly on other nights: Portraiture, Digital Techniques, New Members for sharing their work and learning about competitions, Aperture for those interested in personal projects, External Exhibitions or Distinctions, Wednesday Workshop for practical sessions and Out and About to do just that.
The website provides a Lightbox for Members to share images with comments, a Forum for wide-ranging discussions and two on-line Members' competitions.
We meet at Cambridge Rugby Football Club, Volac Park, Grantchester Road, Cambridge, CB3 9ED.
Do have a look at our Members' Websites (Cambridge CC is not responsible for the external links).
Inter-Club Digital Competition
In January, we host a digital competition among 36 East Anglian clubs. The competition normally opens in May of the previous year, although in view of the current coronavirus pandemic we have delayed the 2021 entry until summer 2020. The Inter-Club Digital Competition Co-ordinator will contact clubs as soon as further details are known.
More information about the competition, including results from January 2020, can be found here.
Young Photographers Competition 2020
in conjunction with
Rotary Club of Cambridge and Cambridge Independent
This competition took a new direction as CCC combined with these partners to encourage the next generation of young photographers.
Follow this link to the The Rotary Club winners.
CCC judges picked out single images for further awards.
Annual Exhibition Postponed
The COVID-19 restrictions have led to our decision to cancel the 2020 Annual Exhibition.
The next Exhibition will be in April, 2021, again at the Pitt Building, Cambridge.
Club meetings Move Online
Since the COVID-19 restrictions the club has put together a revised programme of talks, tutorials, competitions and even coffee mornings for the members, which are now presented online. These have proven to be very successful, with good attendance and we thank all the speakers and judges who have adapted to this medium. Meetings will continue through the Summer. Obviously the situation as regards the next season is constantly under review.