The club conducts meetings regularly in North Adelaide with competitions, practicals, workshops and social weekends planned. Visitors to the club are always welcome. Please feel free to drop in one night .

Meetings are held at the rear of 176 Tynte Street, North Adelaide (behind the North Adelaide Library and alongside the North Adelaide Post Office) on the second, fourth and fifth Tuesday of each month (excluding Jan & Dec) and typically start at 7:30pm. Please refer to the current programme for details.

If you are interested in joining the club, then please come along to any of the meetings at the clubrooms and take a look. Introduce yourself to any of the committee members (they will be wearing committee badges) and they will be pleased to answer any questions that you have.

The Club has purchased a new laptop computer. One of the advantages of this new computer is that when submitting Competition Entries, from the beginning of August 2017, your photos can be of a higher resolution than previously allowed, namely, submitted photos can now be up to 1080 x 1920 pixels (Vertical x Horizontal) and a maximum file size of 3Mb.

What is happening in October 2017?

Club Competition: Tueday October 10, 2017 at North Adelaide Community Centre at 7:30pm.
Set Subject: Australian Weather. The rules for this competition can be found at Monthly Competition Rules.
The image will show the drama, beauty and action of Australian weather. ie frost, lightning, rainbows, storms, rain, snow, ice, wind, fog etc.  
The image should illustrate the weather in action rather than the consequences of the weather.
Sunrise and sunset are not eligible.
Nor would a simple photograph of a rainforest or a desert that does not show weather in action.
Club Members may enter the competition at Submit Entries Here

Adelaide Camera Club Photo-Shoot, Capri Theatre, Monday 16th October from 7pm
Meet at the Capri Theatre, 141 Goodwood Rd Goodwood, at 6.45pm for a 7pm start.
Park along Gilbert Street which runs off Goodwood Rd.
Ross Lange will be the point of contact.

What to bring: If possible, a tripod, wide angle lens e.g. 16 – 35mm, 24 – 70mm zooms, or wider prime lenses. A tripod is essential unless you have a fast lens and image stabilization, however without a tripod some shots will be difficult.

What to shoot: Outside façade including night lights. Inside panoramas of foyers and auditorium. Wide angle shots of auditorium from upstairs & from the stage – bracket exposures for HDR in the auditorium would be useful due to dark and very bright areas all together. Close-up shots of art deco features and organ console, pipework etc.
Please can you let the Club Secretary know if you are planning to attend the outing to the Capri Theatre shoot on Monday 16th. October 2017.
See you at the Capri!

The Annual Exhibition entries are closing soon!
Here is a quick reminder that entries for the Annual Exhibition/Competition will close on Monday, 23rd October 2017 at 11:59pm.
Prints for the Annual Exhibition can be submitted at our next meeting on 10th October and then again at the AGM on 24th October 2017.
For images to be eligible, a prescribed fee needs to be paid to the treasurer on or before the AGM on 24th October 2017.
The fee structure is a follows:
  • Each image entered will cost $1, capped at a maximum of $15.
For more information on the Annual Exhibition, please visit our website:  Annual Exhibition Web Page