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.




 January 26, 2021 - Annual DCC Group Project - The DFW Area

February 2021
An artistic photographer lies in ALL of us
 By Lisa Langell

Register HERE

We as photographers often want to be more innovative and creative, but our own mental barriers can “prevent” the creative process from happening. One of the biggest mental blocks is simply believing, “I’m not a very creative person.” I hear this most often from engineers, accountants, and those in technical fields who have struggled to discover the creative style they desire. 
This session breaks down creative barriers in a really fun and logical way! I take an interactive, “myth-busters-style approach!” You’ll learn how to apply the creative process and develop patterns that will bring more joy, innovation, success, creativity and happiness to your photography! You will learn:

  • How even those who feel they “are not artistic” can actually become artistic and creative
  • Understand “imaginative skill” and how it develops
  • About my “Mash up” formula for producing creativity
  • How you can debunk your own myths about artistic and creative ability
  • How to exercise your creativity through real-world examples and activities we will complete during the session
  • Inspirations to take with you



 Material from Recent Programs

2020 November Program: Edgar Miller Secret Sauce VIDEO

October Program: Adam Jones, A Prestigious Canon Explorer of Light Presented Through the Lens of Adam Jones
You can find more about Adam on his Website
Details about his upcoming workshops can be found HERE


CONTESTS                                                    December 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 January  9, 2021 at 7:30: Contest Night
Results from December Contests
Submit Photos by February 7
Projected - Reflect Scale
Monochrome Projected - Open.



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


Field Trips Are now DIY - Common Location with no fixed time
January 2021 - Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge January 2 -1 0

We are planning that the first two weekends of each month and the weekdays in between will be the time for DIY field trips.  In this way, you will be able to select a day or two, but we encourage only small groups to go together and to follow COVID-19 guidelines.

The January DIY Field Trip will be to Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge in Sherman, Texas. 




DCC Lock Down Challenge 35


Blue is one of the three “Primary Colors” (RGB). It lies between violet and green on the spectrum of visible light. The eye perceives blue when observing light with a dominant wavelength between approximately 450 and 495 nanometers (Wikipedia). Blue has a calming effect on people because we associate blue with trust, strength, and purity. In a photograph, blue can be perceived as a cool hue the tends to recede in a scene. A blue tint can strongly contribute to the mood of an image since it is associated with the feelings of sadness and tranquility.

Your challenge for the week (January 16-23) is to submit 5 or 6 images (1920x1280 pixels) to me, lpetterborg@gmail.com  by midnight (Sat. Jan. 23rd) in which the color BLUE plays the predominant role in the scene. If you succeed, you will be rewarded. As always, have fun!



Videos from All Challenges HERE

Challenge 34 - Calendar HERE
Challenge 33 - Holiday Greetings 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

January 19
6:30 Ask Me Anything - Dennis Fritsche

7:30 Photographing Moving Water - Alan Whiteside

Recent Class Material

Printing - Dennis Fritsche
  Part 1 PDF   VIDEO

Luminosity Panel - Anita Oakley    VIDEO Addemdum Rev 2 VIDEO



 January 2021 Newsletter - HERE



Member to Member Sales (Must be logged in.)

Outward Bound - Photographic Contest Opportunities Outside the Club

Heard Nature Photographers Club Annual Contest Benefitting the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary
Open: February 1, 2021             Close: February 22, 2021                  Details HERE


DeWitt County Shutterbugs Photography Club in Cuero, Texas Details Rules 2021 .pdf


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. Deatils HERE.                                   

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

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