About

Our Goal: We are an organization dedicated to fostering the creativity of its members as they enhance their skills in the art of photography.  The Club will endeavour to generate an environment in which photographers can learn from one another, socialize, and motivate its members to increase their knowledge and enjoyment of photography.

Our relaxed meetings are a great opportunity to meet other area residents who are interested in photography. The Port Franks Camera Club (PFCC) invites you to enjoy guest speakers, information sessions, and Comment & Review nights. With a few exceptions our general meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Monday’s of the month. Walkabouts are usually one Saturday morning each month.

Check this page on the day prior to a meeting to see whether the meeting will be in person or on Zoom. In-Person meetings are held at the Port Franks Community Centre, 9997 Port Franks Road, upstairs in the Optimist Hall.

Members are automatically sent a Zoom invitation for each Zoom meeting. If you would like to attend as a guest, please Contact Us for an invitation. Our club is known for its relaxed atmosphere so don’t hesitate to introduce yourself when you log in.

If you think you might like to join us, you may attend two meetings free of charge to help make your decision.

For our meeting dates and club events please check our Calendar

The members of our Executive Committee are listed on the Executive Committee page.

The Port Franks and Area Camera Club is a member of the Ontario Council of Camera Clubs (OCCC).

© All rights reserved. All photos in the galleries and on the website are copyrighted to the photographer.

Gallery Updates

April Theme Gallery

April Theme - Forms and Shapes in Nature. Click the Galleries link at top of page to view some submissions by our members. Photo at left © Paul Mennill
May's theme- insects will be posted after the photos have been reviewed at a meeting.

May Walkabout Gallery

May's Walkabout was a trip to the Long Point Bird Banding Observatory. The three of us who went got to view the bird banding process up close. Photo at right ©Barb Ferris.
June's walkabout is to Ska-Nah-Dokh Village and Museum near Mount Brydges in the Longwoods Road Conservation Area.

Contact Us

Please contact us by filling out the contact form below. We meet on the second and fourth Monday evenings, every month except August, at 7pm, either on Zoom or in-person at the Port Franks Community Centre.

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