Welcome to Charlotte Camera Club! We are a growing, active club of photographers spanning all ages and skill levels. We offer a fun mix of opportunities and ways to participate.

Our meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month except the months of November and December (no second meeting those months).  Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. and conclude by 9:00 p.m. We meet at St. John's Episcopal Church at 1623 Carmel Road, in Room 205. Members and guests are invited to arrive a little early to socialize before the meeting begins.

Learn more about us:

Who We Are           What We Do           Our Meetings

We hope that you will browse our website and visit a meeting soon.

Next Meeting: Thursday, July 27 - Guest Speaker Brian Osborne

Available Light, Low Light, and No Light Photography


Brian Osborne brings his years of experience as a professional photographer and teacher to the Club to explore photographing under various lighting conditions. While using the flash is preferable, there are many types of photography that require working with only the available light that is present. Situations such as stage lighting, children’s programs, night sports, event photography, city photography, etc. are challenging areas of photography. Brian will address the settings, techniques and tricks to getting great images in these less than ideal lighting conditions.


The Photo Classroom is his photography education business which now has about 3000 students and offers 150 classes a year. Beyond classes, The Photo Classroom offers individual instruction, studio rental and hosts trips all over the US and to Costa Rica.


Potter's Hands © Paul Motise

2nd Place Award, Human Interest - Round 2

PSA Photojournalism

Interclub Competition 2016-2017

Looking Ahead:


Aug 10 - Guest Speaker, Mark Buckler - Thoughtfully Crafting Compelling Nature & Wildlife Images

Aug 24 - Members' Annual Dinner and Year-End Awards

See our Calendar for more information about events and activities.


Header Images: 2016 CCC Image of the Year Award Winners (L-R): Sam Sydorick (3rd Place), Lane Lewis (2nd Place), Joe Howard (1st Place)