WELCOME TO THE DALLAS CAMERA CLUB
We Hold Twice a Month Meetings For Members and Guests
Second Tuesdays - Contest Results Videos Live at 7:30 PM
Fourth Tuesdays - Program Meetings Live at 7:30 PM
Training Before Each Meeting at 6:15PM
New and Prospective Members are invited to a Dallas Camera Club Orientation with Master Photographer and Past President, Jerry Martin.
Meet with Jerry in the back of the room at 6:15 before the Second Tuesday Meeting to hear about the rich history of the club
and learn how to best leverage the resources of the club to improve your photography.
We meet at Congregation Shearith Israel at 9401 Douglas Ave, Dallas, TX 75225
The objective of the Dallas Camera Club is the mutual entertainment and education of its members in all forms of amateur photographic art. The DCC hosts contests and events including monthly competitions, field trips, training classes for all skill levels, workshops, programs of general interest, an Annual Awards Banquet and an annual competition with the Fort Worth Camera Club. The DCC emphasizes club competition as a learning process. Importance is placed on helping the beginner, or new member, feel at ease, ask questions, learn and participate.
Members Only: Check the RESOURCE LIST if you have specific questions and want to find help from a fellow member.
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Donate to the Gift and Endowment Fund
The Board of Directors of the club approved the creation of a Gift and Endowment Fund. This fund allows members to make contributions to the club to realize the objective of the Club: the mutual entertainment and education of its members in all forms of amateur photographic art. For details and to donate, follow this link.
Dallas Camera Club - Donate to the Gift and Endowment Fund
Details and Future Programs HERE
January 2024 – Member Images
It is time once again to collect images for our annual presentation of member photos. This will be the 8th installment of this series. Back in 2017 we began with images from the National Parks and then spent the next few years showcasing photos from around the world, the US, Texas, and then the Metroplex. The last two years shifted away from “travel” photos and focused on images of people, plants, and animals. In 2022 and last year we focused on images representing the forces of nature. This has been an exciting ongoing project and this year we’re going to go back and revisit images of places.
We do want to avoid repeated images from past years so please select photos that have not been submitted previously.
No restriction on location. These can be from abroad, from down the street, or anywhere in-between. The images that work best are ones that give a real sense of the place they were captured.
There is not a strict requirement on the file size. Please don’t send very small or very large files. My preference is to not have watermarks, names or logos on the photos but it’s ok if they do. Please send your photos to email@example.com by January 1. You can use a file sharing service like Dropbox, Google Drive, WeTransfer, etc if the files are too large to send as attachments. You can also bring them to me on a USB drive at an upcoming meeting. Please also send any questions to the same address: firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTESTS October 2023 Contest Images
December Contest Entry Deadline - December 10, 2023
Projected - Architecture
Color Prints - Open
Monochrome Prints - Architecture
Dallas Camera Club - October 2023 Winners
Dallas Camera Club - 2023-2024 Scoresheet
October 2023 Projected VIDEO October 2023 Print (Color and Monochrome) VIDEO
See All Field Trip VIDEOS HERE
DECEMBER FIELD TRIP
WHERE: FORT WORTH JAPANESE GARDEN & THE FT. WORTH ZOO
WHEN: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2ND
We will begin our day in Ft. Worth at the Japanese Garden (Gardens - Fort Worth Botanic Garden (fwbg.org)) around 9 am. The Japanese Garden contains a large collection of maples that turn bright red and orange in the late fall. Plan to enjoy lunch at the Rock Springs Café at around 11:30 AM (HOME | Rock Springs Cafe (naoki39.wixsite.com)). The Garden does not allow tripods, but monopods are ok. If you are a member of the Dallas Arboretum, you can get in for free, otherwise, adult admission is $12, and your grandparents can get in for $10 each.
After lunch, if you are up for a bit more walking, head south to the Ft. Zoo (Fort Worth Zoo | Zoo in Fort Worth, Texas) and enjoy the afternoon among the animals. Parking is $5 per vehicle and admission is $17 for our younger members and only $13 for us older folks (that’s way cheaper than going to Africa!!).
Online Training Is Available to Members of
Dallas Camera Club and Plano Photography Club
Details and Schedules For All DCC Classes HERE
Training held via Zoom. Find access code DCC MEMBERS
Dallas Camera Club - 2023 Class Material
Dallas Camera Club - 2022 Class Material
Outward Bound - Photographic Contest Opportunities Outside the Club
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2023 DCC Members Who Won Photography Awards at the State Fair of Texas
Dallas Camera Club - State Fair of Texas Winners
Member Items for Sale - Classified Ads
Contact Us with Your Items for Sale
Frame Destination Offers a 10% Discount to Members. Details HERE.
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