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.
During this period of social distancing our friendly in-person meetings have been replaced by our friendly online meetings. The plan is to continue to deliver the programs that allow our members to learn and enjoy photography. The PFCC invites you to enjoy guest speakers, information sessions, and Comment & Review nights. Meetings are held online on the second and fourth Monday of the month except for December.
Members are automatically sent a Zoom invitation for each meeting. If you would like to attend as a guest, please email for an invitation. Our club is known for its relaxed atmosphere so don’t hesitate to introduce yourself when you log in.
Here is some information on what is planned for our upcoming meetings.
July/August Theme – Live Events (flickr tag pfccliveevents22)
Two suggestions for live event photography in our area this month are the Goderich Celtic Roots Festival and the Exeter Rodeo which both take place on the weekend of August 6 & 7. The Grand Bend Sunset Sounds concerts at the Main Beach bandshell are also good photo opportunities.
August 8 – General Meeting – 7 p.m.
Richard will make a presentation on Live Event photography and give you some great techniques and ideas for taking pictures for this month’s theme. Tom will do a presentation on taking mouth-watering pictures of food.
August 22 – General Meeting – 7 p.m.
We will have guest photographer Spring Tripp-Reilly discuss how to pose your subjects for great portraits. Mark Etienne will be presenting a travelogue of his trip to the United Kingdom. We will also be doing our review of Live Events and Street Photography submissions. (Flickr tags pfccliveevents22 and pfccstreet22 respectively).
The Port Franks and Area Camera Club is a member of the Canadian Association of Photographic Art (CAPA), the Southwestern Ontario Photographers Association (SWOPA) and the Ontario Council of Camera Clubs (OCCC).
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