Welcome to the Boston Camera Club!
Established in 1881, the Boston Camera Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of photography as an art and science.
Club activities are held throughout the year while regular weekly meetings are on Tuesday evenings from September through June at 7pm.
Programs are planned to interest all photographers, from beginners to skilled artisans.Guests and prospective members are welcome at any of the club's meetings.
CURRENTLY MEETING ON ZOOM until we can meet again in person at
All Saints Parish Church, 1773 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA 02445
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The Boston Camera Club is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization.
Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Upcoming Events & Announcements
Boston Camera Club online meeting: Zoom Meeting (for members only)
May 18 - Field Trip & Other Categories Competiton judged by Paul Nguyen
May 25 - Rachel Boillot presenting History of Photography and its Influence on a Contemporary Artist
June 1 - BCC Annual Business meeting / Year End Awards / Special Presentation on BCC Photo Banner project
No more deadlines for 2020-2021
Schedule for 2021-2022 will be posted in late summer.
Multi Club Competition
On Tuesday April 27, the Boston Camera Club, along with the Gateway, Newton, and Stony Brook clubs, participated in the long-awaited, virtual MultiClub Competition. Each club submitted one image in each of 8 categories (Abstract, Architecture, Life during COVID, Macro, Monochrome, Motion, Reflections, Two Things) with A and B level sub competitions for each category. These 16 sub competitions had one photograph from each club and ranking of the four images was performed by three accomplished judges: Emily Belz, Aline Smithson, and Essdras Suarez. Our own Matt Temple distinguished himself as the Master of Ceremonies for the event.
For the second year in a row, Boston Camera Club came in first in the overall competition and did this by winning the individual A and B level sub competitions. Congratulations to the 16 BCC members whose images represented our club with distinction.
The 64 photographs from the MultiClub competition are available on the Stony Brook Visual Pursuit website: https://www.stonybrookcc.com/Competitions/CompetitionResults.aspx. Rankings of the image is available under About us->Documents and Files to Download->Misc->Multi-Club Competition Scoresheet 2020-21 w scores or /Downloads/2cb952be-2690-4c5b-96e2-c34fe7f580f2?o=y
Thank you to the many BCC members who submitted outstanding images for consideration. Everyone will have another opportunity to have their image represent BCC as we look forward to competing in 2022.
The BCC results of our own competition to be represented at the Multi-Club are also available under Competition Results in the Competition menu, we had great participation!
Stay up-to-date on Photo Workshops, Exhibition Calls, BCC Members' Exhibits and much more
BCC Reflector Newsletter
Click here to download and read the current BCC Reflector newsletter. Keep up-to-date with the various club activities, competition results, photo exhibitions, club member's photo exhibits, photography tips and more.
Lifetime Honorary BCC member Henry Weisenburger, APSA, MNEC passed away on March 16, 2021.
A full tribute can be found HERE.
From The Reflector: Member Profile: Henry Weisenburger. Henry's obituary is HERE.
The 75th Anniversary NECCC Photography Conference is POSTPONED to 2022
A Special NECCC 2021 Online Event Planned for Saturday, July 17, 2021
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