The Covid-19 pandemic has restricted our ability to host in-person meetings. In 2020/2021 we will continue to foster a strong community of photographers by hosting speaker and demonstration sessions online.
Email for more information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See our Program for detailed information on our meetings.
Our season goes from September 1 to the end of June. Because of Covid-19 and the need for online meetings, the Single full year fees is reduced to $70. Family is $100. Drop-ins are free for 2 meetings; after that a membership must be taken out.
Lectures / Guest Speakers
Professionals in the field of photography make presentations about subjects of interest to our members.
Members’ nights are your nights. This is your chance to share your work, describing what you sought to capture in your images.
Mentoring and Portfolio Critiques
Learn more about equipment and photo editing software. Improve your shooting skills through association with experienced and award-winning members. Learn how your images can be improved in group and individual critique sessions. Most meetings begin with an informal critique of images submitted anonymously, a great way to learn
Competitions are stimulating, fun and can provide a valuable learning opportunity.
The areas in and around greater Toronto offer lots of photographic opportunities. Outings will be proposed throughout the year, some designed to will help members prepare for upcoming competitions – so watch for announcements in regular club emails and on the calendar on the club website. Members are also encouraged to invite fellow members on ad-hoc outings.
Practical Seminars and Workshops
Club members with a special expertise often become teachers by sharing their tips and techniques with others. For each meeting we try to include a 15 minute tech talk..
We always look for opportunities that allow Club members to showcase their work. We participate in many exhibitions each season. In the coming year there will be shows at the Beaches United Church, the Beacher Café, the Papermill Gallery at Todmorden Mills