Camera Clubs & Associations in South Australia

Camera and Photography Clubs in South Australia

Clubs Listed : 12

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Adelaide Camera Club ---- Visited: 252 Times

    North Adelaide

    Listing id: 17937

    The club conducts meetings regularly in North Adelaide with competitions, practicals, workshops and social weekends planned.
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  • Adelaide Hills Photography Club Inc ---- Visited: 139 Times

    Adelaide Hills

    Listing id: 47428

    If you have a passion for photography, want to learn more, want to be in the company of like minded people, then join us. We have guest speakers, show 'n' tell and photographic projects. There will be competitions and exhibitions. It's a chance to talk and share ideas about all things photographic. Club meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.
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  • Barossa Photography Club Inc ---- Visited: 126 Times

    Barossa Region

    Listing id: 47595

    The Barossa Photography Club Inc. is a group of photography enthusiasts in the Barossa region of South Australia who meet regularly for photo walks, competitions and discussions.
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  • Blackwood Photographic Club Inc. ---- Visited: 168 Times

    Blackwood

    Listing id: 17938

    Our club was formed in 1983 to encourage & promote enjoyment of the art of photography in our community. With around 40 members from all walks of life we have a wide-ranging level of skills and experience that we are willing to share.
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  • Eastern Suburbs Camera Club Inc. ---- Visited: 234 Times

    St. Peters

    Listing id: 17939

    Eastern Suburbs Camera Club is one of Adelaide's most respected camera clubs catering for beginners right through to experienced amateur photographers. We believe that photography is a hobby best enjoyed in the company of those who share a common interest.

    ESCC, established in 1958, is one of Adelaide's oldest and largest Camera Clubs. Our membership ranges from beginners to very experienced members who have achieved a high degree of excellence in all aspects of photography.
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  • Edwardstown Photography Club Inc. ---- Visited: 211 Times

    Glandore

    Listing id: 17940

    We are a group of people who share a common interest in photography. Our aim is to cultivate and broaden the photographic interests of our members, by exposing them to different styles and mediums, and to provide guidance, competition and social interaction in a relaxed, informal meeting environment. We are a non-profit organisation run by volunteers who all have a love of photography.
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  • Murray Bridge International Photography Club ---- Visited: 106 Times

    Murray Bridge

    Listing id: 17951

    Murray Bridge International Photography Club meets on the first Saturday of the month at 7.30pm (pooled tea at 6pm) Meetings are held at the Murray Bridge Showgrounds Meeting room. Every month MBIPC has an outing to various places, not only to take photographs but a social get together as well.
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  • Noarlunga & Southern Districts Camera Club ---- Visited: 267 Times

    Port Noarlunga

    Listing id: 17943

    Previously known as the Morphett Vale Camera Club, Noarlunga and Southern District Camera Club Inc. was incorporated in 1982. Since the introduction of digital photography in 2007 our membership has nearly doubled. We embrace all types of photography including black and white, prints, slides and digital.
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  • Para Camera Club Inc. ---- Visited: 267 Times

    Elizabeth Grove 5112

    Listing id: 17944

    The Para Camera Club Incorporated is one of the largest and most successful camera clubs in South Australia. The Club embraces both film and digital based photography recognising that it is the skill of the photographer that creates the image not necessarily the type or cost of the equipment.
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  • Port Adelaide Camera Club Inc. ---- Visited: 185 Times

    Port Adelaide

    Listing id: 17945

    Since 1947 the Port Adelaide Camera Club has been providing the amature and the not so amature photographer with an environment that is designed to share, learn and develop photographic skills.
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  • South Australian Photographic Federation ---- Visited: 161 Times

    Park Holme

    Listing id: 17913

    The South Australian Photographic Federation (SAPF) was formed on the 1st February, 1962 to encourage and promote amateur photography in SA. SAPF is affiliated with the Australian Photographic Society and the Photographic Society of America.
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  • Tea Tree Gully Camera Club ---- Visited: 262 Times

    Adelaide

    Listing id: 17946

    The TEA TREE GULWe are a small group of keen photographers who meet up to twice a month to further our photography skills in a friendly cheerful environment. Our members use a variety of cameras from Point and shoot through to professional DSLR.
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