Welcome to the Melbourne Camera Club

The Melbourne Camera Club (MCC) is a dynamic (Not for Profit, volunteer run) photographic environment where members are encouraged to extend their interests and skills. We have a Darkroom, Gallery and Studio for members. Visitors are welcome to join our Thursday night meetings, check out What’s On calendar. 

The Melbourne Camera Club (MCC) acknowledges the Yalukut Weelam Clan of the Boon Wurrung people on whose land the Melbourne Camera Club and building stands today. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Orb of Wonder - Jess Holmes (Best - Open A Grade Print - Mar 2024)
Lake Moraine - Simon Springate (Best - Set Subject B Grade Print - Mar 2024)
LED Ancestors - Ian Bock (Highly Commended - Open A Grade Print - Mar 2024)
Lonely Life - Robin Tully (Best - Open B Grade Print - Mar 2024)
Lucia - Suzanne Martin (Commended - Open A Grade Print - Mar 2024)
Moody fjords - Renate Parton (Commended - Set Subject A Grade Print - Mar 2024)
Norway - Adélaïde Bernard (Commended - Set Subject B Grade Print - Mar 2024)
St Kilda pier at sunrise - Vitas Anderson (Commended - Set Subject B Grade Print - Mar 2024)
Tawny Frogmouth - Jerzy Alexander Lau (Highly Commended - Open A Grade Print - Mar 2024)

Latest MCC News

Weekly News #11 7April2024

        It is a busy week ahead at MCC: Monday evening is the Photo Discussion Group – [...]

Weekly News #10 31March2024

        A reminder about the date change for the April meeting of Portrait Group – the date [...]

Weekly News #09 24March2024

        MCC Photography Workshops We’re excited to share some more of our upcoming courses and workshops to [...]

Weekly News #08 17March2024

        International Women’s Day Exhibition – People’s Choice Winners Thank you to everyone who voted in the [...]

Weekly News #07 10March2024

        The 6th MCC International Women’s Day Exhibition was officially opened on Thursday night – the 50 [...]

Weekly News #06 03March2024

        Rebecca Croft presented at the MCC at Thursday’s club night event, with over 55 members attending [...]

Weekly News #05 25February2024

        It was a busy weekend at MCC with two outings – MCC Photowalk Community and the [...]

Weekly News #04 18February2024

        Call out to Women Photographers – Final week to enter MCC’s IWD Exhibition! MCC is celebrating [...]

Weekly News #03 11February2024

        Our special event on Ludovico W Hart (c1836-1919) founder of MCC, last Thursday 8 February, was [...]

Weekly News #02 05February2024

        This week we welcome a full class of 40 participants to the Introduction to Photography Course, [...]

Weekly News #01 28January2024

        We welcome our Members back for another year of photography fun at MCC. The Welcome BBQ [...]

Weekly MCC News #46 10December2023

        Christmas message from the President on behalf of the Board 2023 has been the best year [...]

Queenie Gatt Award 2023

The Queenie Gatt Trophy is a perpetual trophy that was sponsored by Late Charles Gatt in memory of his mother [...]

End of Year Exhibition 2023 – People’s Choice Winners

Thank you to all those who supported the recent End of Year Exhibition through entering the EOY Competition, volunteering or [...]

Weekly MCC News #45 03December2023

        Welcome to the final week of this year’s events at MCC. Monday night is the last [...]

Weekly MCC News #44 26November2023

    This week is a busy second to last week of the MCC calendar – on Monday, the final [...]

Weekly MCC News #43 19November2023

      We would like to thank MCC Competition Committee for organising the 4th annual Interclub Portrait competition. Five [...]

Weekly MCC News #42 12November2023

        We had three of our members: Nicole Andrews, Megan Smith and Juerg von Kaenel, present their [...]

Weekly MCC News #41 05November2023

    Image: Zo Damage, Mark Devaraj, and her series: Untitled spheres 2023   News Updates End of Year 2023 [...]

Weekly MCC News #40 29October2023

        Just a reminder that entries will be closing this week for the EOY Competition. This is [...]

Weekly MCC News #39 22October2023

        The Opening Event for MCC’s Conceptual Group’s second annual exhibition “Alternative Intelligence” – Is it natural? [...]

Weekly MCC News #38 15October2023

      The Conceptual Group of the Melbourne Camera Club announces its second annual exhibition, “Alternative Intelligence” – Is [...]

Weekly MCC News #37 08October2023

      As announced during the AGM on Thursday night – in October 2022 the Club was advised of [...]

Weekly MCC News #36 01October2023

    Financial Members are reminded that 133rd Annual General Meeting of the members of the Melbourne Camera Club will [...]

Weekly MCC News #35 24September2023

        Both the Mid-Week and Nature Groups had well attended outings this week – the Mid Week [...]

Weekly MCC News #34 17September2023

        A reminder about the Interclub Portrait Competition This year, MCC is coordinating the Interclub Portrait Competition [...]

Weekly MCC News #33 10September2023

        MCC’s Photowalk Community’s September photowalk was a visit to Ballarat’s International Foto Biennale on Saturday. A total [...]

Weekly MCC News #32 | UPDATE

      Update to Sunday’s Newsletter – see below for Zoom details for Thursday’s Guest Speaker Event This week’s invited [...]

Weekly MCC News #32- 03September2023

        The Analogue Photography Group held its 23rd annual exhibition opening last Thursday evening. This event was [...]

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“Western Steampunk” Photography Workshop – Register here

A Western Steampunk photography workshop will take you back in time. The Steampunk genre focuses on capturing the essence of the Steampunk subculture through the lens of a camera.

Australian Wildlife Photography Workshop – Register here

Photographing these native animals up close in our studio with some native props, backdrops and mirrors add an extra layer of excitement to the experience also allowing us photographers an opportunity to capture images close up with some subtle studio lights and reflections.