The Analogue Photography Group meetings range across topics related to film, printing, alternative process and any topics members would like to discuss. Our meetings try not to talk at you, but rather seeks your input and your experience to add to our group’s activities.
We also host relevant workshops, usually on the weekend. Each year we try to enjoy 5 or 6 excursions, also mainly over weekends.
Since 2001 the Analogue Group has had an annual exhibition of prints created through traditional techniques. This is a significant event in the club’s exhibition calendar.
The details of this range of activities can be found on our program page.
Like all MCC special interest groups, meetings are open to every MCC member and visitors are welcome.
The Analogue Photography Group Coordinator can be contact via email..
The Analogue Group has a general announcements list for everyone who would like to know what we are up to. We send 1-2 emails per month. To subscribe, use the Edit tab under ‘My Account’ and choose ‘Name and Address’. At the bottom of the page you will find the Club’s special interest groups. Check the box for the Analogue Group to gain access to our mailing list.
The Melbourne Camera Club has a B&W Darkroom for its members to use. Facilities include several enlargers, a digital timer, all trays, tongs, jugs, drying cabinet (film), print dryer, and various other useful bits and pieces.
Members need to supply their own consumables ie. paper and chemicals.
MCC Darkroom bookings require a $50 deposit for the key, which can be arranged on any Thursday club night.
Sessions in the MCC Darkroom can be booked in blocks of 3 hours, up to a total of 12 hours for the very reasonable price of $10 per 6 hours.
The use of the Darkroom is controlled by a user agreement. You must be a member of the club to access this facility.
Details on how to access the Darkroom and the Booking System are available on-line