Membership Form 2019The 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.

Each year the committee tries to make a programme that caters for all it's members. There are workshops and field trips to improve your photographic skills, talks from experienced photographers and competitions for those who are inclined. We encourage all members to enter our monthly competitions, as these are good forums to hear constructive appraisals of your work from independent judges. Please refer to the current programme for details and our page on how to prepare images and submit them for competition.

In 2017 the Club entered the FIAP (Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique) Clubs' World Cup competition.  There were clubs from 41 countries, who between them submitted over 2,000 images for judging.  The Adelaide Camera Club gained a creditable 20th position in a field of 201 clubs who participated.

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 Annual General Meeting was held on Tuesday 23rd. October 2018 and your committee for the next 12 months is:-
President:  Julie Deer
Vice President:  Martin Newland
Secretary:  Julie Deer & Martin Newland
Treasurer:  Mark Stevens
Committee:  Terry Gooley, Terry Mosel, Peter Barrien, John Pritchard, Martin Pickles, Ruth Benson, Chris Woods

New Members
If you are joining the Club for the first time,  please complete the membership form (click here).  The membership fee for new members is $90 for the first year which includes $10 for a name badge and welcome documentation.  For each subsequent year, fees are show below.

Existing Members
Annual member fees are $80 or $75 if paid before the 31 December of the preceding year.  The preferred method of payment is EFT.  Banking details can be obtained from the Treasurer (treasurer@adelaidecameraclub.org.au).

Otherwise, a cheque made payable to the "Adelaide Camera Club Inc" or cash is acceptable.  These payments can be handed to the Treasurer at the next meeting. The 2019 Membership Form can be downloaded and forwarded to the Treasurer.

 Field Trip Saturday, 16 February 2019

There will be a field trip in the city this Saturday, 16 February 2019 at 2:15pm for a 2:30pm start. Please reply to secretary@adelaidecameraclub.org.au if you intend coming so that we have some idea as to how many people to expect and we don't start without you.

We will be meeting on North Terrace, beneath the Morphett Street Bridge.

This is where the graffiti artists congregate and so there will be an opportunity to do a bit of "street photography."
From there we will either head for the Convention centre, Adelaide Oval or towards Uni SA City West Campus and the SAHMRI building. This will provide you with an opportunity to photograph some "Architecture" and to find some "patterns." The suggestions in "bold font" are all set subjects for competitions later in the year.

You will need some comfortable walking shoes, a bottle of water and your camera with either a wide angle lens or something similar to a 24-105mm lens. You will not need a tripod nor a flash.

Afterwards, there will be an opportunity to walk up to Hindley Street for a coffee or dinner with the rest of the members when we finish at about 5:00pm.

Some members may wish to stay on and take some photos at sunset which will be at 8:09pm.

What is happening in February 2019

12   Special Club CompetitionVince Calo perpetual Trophy for Portraiture (B Grade)  &
       Workshop: Chicago Architectural Abstracts with Mark Stevens
16   Field Trip:  Adelaide CBD
26   Club Competition: Industrial-scape (set subject)