All Live Events Are Cancelled Until Further Notice

We Hold Twice a Month Meetings For Members and Guests

If you are interested in learning more, join us for Orientation Register HERE

On the Second and Fourth Tuesdays of Each Month at 7:30 PM

Zoom Log-in Information HERE (You must be a member and logged in to open this page)

If you would like to attend a meeting as a guest, please send an email to MEMBERSHIP.

When We Can Meet In Person: 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.




March 23,2021
Smiley Pool
Dallas Morning News Photographer

 Material from Recent Programs

Annual DCC Group Project - The DFW Area   HERE
2020 November Program: Edgar Miller Secret Sauce VIDEO 


   CONTESTS                                                     January Contest Video                          

Zoom Log-in Information HERE (You must be a member and logged in to open this page)
If you would like to attend a meeting as a guest, please send an email to MEMBERSHIP.

Next Contest Meeting March 9, 2021 at 7:30
Results from February Contests
Submit Special End of Year Photos by March 7


Competition Score Sheet 2020-2021
 Video of January 2021 Projected
Video of 
January 2021 Monochrome Projected 
January 2021 Winners Gallery

Field Trips Are now DIY - Common Location with no fixed time

The February DIY Field Trip will be to the Dallas Zoo.


For this month’s DIY Field Trip, we will be taking a trip to Africa via the Dallas Zoo. In this way, you will be able to spend a day or so only minutes from home, be able to take pictures of wild animals and still be following COVID-19 guidelines.

Dates:  February 1 – February 14th

Location: Dallas Zoo – 650 South RL Thornton Freeway (I-35E), Dallas.               www.dallaszoo.com

Note: Due to construction, you will exit from southbound I-35 much earlier. The Ewing Ave. / Marsalis Ave. exit ramp will now be located just past the Colorado Blvd. exit. You will still see the brown Dallas Zoo destination marker on the exit signage. Check the Zoo’s web site www.dallaszoo.com for up-to-date information on construction changes.          

Time:  Winter hours for the Zoo are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. However, you will need to choose the time you want to arrive when you buy your admission ticket.

Admission: Tickets to the Zoo must be purchased online in advance. During the month of February, the Zoo has a discount admission of $8.00 per person general admission, plus $10.00 per car parking. Buy Tickets | Dallas Zoo. Zoo members are free and have free parking.

After your trip to the Zoo send me Hal@SABooks.net up to 10 images for the DYI Field Trip at the Dallas Zoo video. Make sure that you put DCC Zoo in the subject line, identify yourself and send the pictures as an attachments to the email. Images should be received by the end of February.

Enjoy getting outdoors and your trip to the Zoo, bur remember to stay safe and keep healthy.



The March DIY Field Trip will be to Dallas Heritage Park.

For this month’s DIY Field Trip, we will be taking a walk through the history of Dallas. You can spend a day on the grounds of Dallas’s first municipal park, founded in 1879. You will learn about the history of North Texas as it was in its earliest days and continue following COVID-19 guidelines.
This month’s field trip will be a scavenger hunt as well as an opportunity to share one or two of your images with the Dallas Heritage Village. Photography is welcome at Heritage Village but no use of flash in the buildings.

Dates:  March 1 – March 14th
Location: Dallas Heritage Village 1515 South Harwood, Dallas.                                                                   www.DallasHeritageVillage.org  
Time:  Open 10am to 4pm 7 days a week and 6pm to 9pm Thursdays
Admission: $10 adults / $8 seniors 65+ / $6 ages 5 – 12.                                  Admission is free to members.

 Scavenger Hunt: The subject is H I S T O R Y for our scavenger. Please submit your seven (7) JPEG images resized to 1920 (w) x 1280 (h) to Larry at lpetterborg@gmail.com as email attachments by the end of March 2021. You may include your name on your photos. Each image file must be identified by the respective club, scavenger hunt subject and maker, e.g., DCC-red-LPetterborg.jpeg. Those of you that are members of both should use “DCC/PPC”.


H                     Hallway
I                       Iron Implement
S                      Sign
T                      Table
O                     Old
R                     Red
Y                     Your Choice, Choose Any Thing You Want

Shared Images: If you would like to give the rights to Heritage Village to use one or two of your photos, you will need to forward them to me, I will forward them to Heritage Village from the Dallas and Plano Camera Clubs. Send images to Hal Sommer Hal@SABooks.net. Please use the submission guidelines above using “DHV” as the subject. e.g., DCC-DHV-HalSommer.jpeg




DCC Lock Down Challenge 38


I suspect that many of you took advantage of this past, terrible week to make photos of the ice, snow and impact of the record cold. Some beautiful, some horrifying. Time to do a little culling and editing and share them with us for this challenge. If you did not venture out of the house before all traces are gone, dig back into your archives. I feel certain you can find something to share.

Forgot the administrative details – so here you go.

Note on filename >>>>> Please add your name to the beginning of the filename. Email five or six images, using standard (1920 X 1280 px) jpeg competition format, by the end of the day on Saturday, February 28th to f-richards@sbcglobal.net. You are encouraged to put your name on your photos.

Looking forward to seeing frozen delights. Stay warm, stay safe, Frank

Videos from All Challenges HERE

  Challenge 38 - Brrr   HERE
Challenge 37 - Diagonality HERE 

Heard Nature Photographers Club Presents Darrell Gulin, Canon Explorer of Light April 10, 2021 via 
Cowboys and  Cowgirls

 Zoom Link HERE


Online Training Is Available to Members of

Dallas Camera Club and Plano Photography Club
  Details For All DCC Classes HERE      For All PPC Classes HERE
Training held via Zoom. Find access code      DCC MEMBERS      PPC MEMBERS

If you want to attend a training session as a guest, please send an email to TRAINING

Next Classes

March 2
6:30 Slideshow Part 2 - Dennis Fritsche

7:30 HDR -Frank Richards

Recent Class Material HERE  

March 2021 Newsletter - HERE



Member to Member Sales (Must be logged in.)

Outward Bound - Photographic Contest Opportunities Outside the Club

Grand Prairie Arts Council 2021 Photo Contest and Gallery
GPAC's First Annual Photography Contest and Gallery Show
Open to all artists age 18 and over.
Entry must be an original photo, created by the photographer entering the piece.
It may not be a copy of a published photo.
Cash prizes up to $2,000. Awards for 1st, 2nd, 3rd in each category as well as Best of Show.
Registration will be open from February 15th - March 15th 


About — Neil Dankoff Photography Competition


WildArt Photographer of the Year


Photo Galleries and Member Photo Shows Details

Arlington Museum of Art has an exhibit of Vivian Maier’s street photography through February 21, 2021.  Also, on the 3rd floor is the current TPS (Texas Photographic Society) exhibition on street photography. https://www.arlingtonmuseum.org/

Objects and Images, LLC
AFTERIMAGE GALLERY, Inc. – On-line at https://www.afterimagegallery.com/
Photos Do Not Bend, PDNB GALLERY -
Amon Carter Museum - Current Photography Exhibit
Dallas Center for Photography – Offering online classes.


    Member of GSCCC 


  • Girls Who Click is a non-profit whose mission is to empower teen girls to enter the male-dominated field of nature photography
    and use their work to further conservation efforts around the world. 
    We run free photography workshops throughout the year, led by professional female photographers who donate their time to help us.
    We are looking for digital cameras and other photography gear to support our free online workshops and new online resources.
    Donating your gear is easy and tax deductible. You can donate your used gear at:

                   Frame Destination Offers a 10% Discount to Members. Details HERE.                                   

All Images © DALLAS CAMERA CLUB Members. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.           

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