Camera Clubs of Brevard – www.ccbrevard.org
The Camera Club of Brevard was founded in 1980 by a group of local photographers to further their skills and interests in the photographic world. Today, the Camera Club of Brevard has grown to over 60 dedicated members. The members recognize photography as an art form and seek to enhance their photographic skills. Annual Membership dues are $30 for individuals, $35 for families, and $15 for students. Members are provided with: monthly programs, field trips, competitions; interactions with other members who are both seasoned photographers and bright beginners, and given the ability to exhibit their photos in the local area. Monthly club meetings are held at 6:30pm the first Tuesday of each month at the Eau Gallie Civic Center, 1551 Highland Avenue, Melbourne, FL 32935.
Indian River Camera Club – www.irphotoclub.org
The Indian River Photo Club is based in Vero Beach, Florida and their goal is to promote the art and science of photography, to encourage the learning of skills necessary for such promotion, and to provide an atmosphere, through meetings and programs, whereby friendly relationships between the member photographers can be realized. Monthly meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of the month at the Vero Beach Community Center – 2246 14th Ave in Vero Beach. Membership is $20 for individuals, $20 for families, and free for students.
Orlando Camera Club – www.orlandocameraclub.com
The Orlando Camera Club (OCC) seeks to provide its members with educational and skill building opportunities in the art of photography. Accordingly, membership in the Orlando Camera Club is open to anyone with an interest in photography. All skill levels are welcome. Annual dues are $45 for individuals and $55 for families. Meetings are held at 6:30pm on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of every month at the Marks Street Senior Recreation Complex – 99 East Marks Street in Orlando.
Florida Camera Club Council – www.f3c.org
The Florida Camera Club Council (FCCC) was founded in 1959. It is not a camera club per se. Instead it is intended as an umbrella body under which members of camera clubs of all sizes throughout Florida can benefit by the interchange of ideas and experience of other photographers. They offer a quarterly online magazine, competitions, and an annual convention that provides excellent opportunity to meet with other dedicated amateur and professional photographers while also enjoying a program of interesting lectures, shooting in a lighting studio, cruising venders’ exhibits and viewing some of the best work of the year. Annual dues are $15. To enter the competitions a fee of only fifty cents an image is charged, to cover postage and handling.