We’re opening our doors for Open House Melbourne Melbourne this weekend. Built in 1876, the heritage-listed neo-classical Corinthian-style building was purchased by the Melbourne Camera Club in 1979, who restored and repurposed the space into club rooms and exhibition space. All areas of the building will be open and club members will be available to […]
Our exhibition showcasing prints from the club’s permanent collection, ’12 Significant Melbourne Photographers 1891-1991′ opens on Thursday 18 July. Join us from 8pm for the official opening, followed by drinks and nibbles.
The Dog Rocks are growing to be a popular photography destination with a variety of shapes and sizes of rock formations with a few gnarled trees that can be framed against the rocks for interesting compositions. There may also be some animal photography opportunities – birds, kangaroos and evidence of rabbits, plus a few sheep. […]
The Melbourne Camera Club’s Introduction to Photography Course beginning 6 August is now on sale. The course is run over 6 weeks. There are 6 lessons on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 to 9pm and 3 practical workshops on Sunday mornings. This course is ideally suited to inexperienced photographers or any photographers feel a need to […]
Thank you to the 46 people who came to our photowalk on Sunday afternoon with over 30 staying for dinner. Special thanks to Sally Paterson for organising the event once again. Image: Mark Devaraj
Our July photowalk will be held in the Melbourne CBD, taking some time to discover the inner city laneways and inspiring works of art in surprising places. There are over 40 laneways and arcades in the city – check out the street art around Hosier Lane, Centre Place for food, shopping and more street art, […]