The Kawartha Camera Club was formed in 2012 to bring together photographers, new and experienced, and provide a venue to learn basic and advanced skills required to create more compelling photographs. We are a very active group of people who enjoy learning from each other in a hands-on approach in an enjoyable, social atmosphere.
Forums for members to present their photos
Promote an enjoyable, social environment
Monthly themes to challenge you to get the most out of your camera
Meetings and Outings
The Kawartha Camera Club meets weekly on Thursday evenings throughout the year. During the warmer months, we are outside at various locations in and around Peterborough. In the winter we meet indoors and discuss a particular topic relating to photography (e.g. macro, portraits, food, etc.). These sessions include an opportunity to practice using your camera.
On the second Saturday of the month, a monthly outing provides an opportunity to spend the better part of a day at a particular location to focus on photography. At the beginning of each month, a photographic challenge is proposed to the membership and is generally open for interpretation.
Annual Photographic Exhibitions
Our annual photo exhibitions are open to all members and for free public viewing. We encourage members to participate, as a group, in the Spark Photo Festival.
The Kawartha Camera Club is organized by a dedicated group of elected positions. This committee meets every 4-6 weeks to discuss and plan club activities, events, challenges, operations, finances and issues.
Steering Committee Members:
Carl Welbourn, Tim Corner, Bob Laing, Carolyn Maxwell, June Shipman, Tom Brown, Gerry Gerling