Our team has many skills so we’re able to offer a wide range of services. ACC members seek to learn how to become better photographers though sharing knowledge and experience with each other, hosting guest speakers, providing workshops, field trips and activities, and participating in monthly photography assignments with the option to have work critiqued.
Our members enjoy a range of benefits
A chance to gather with fellow photographers with a wide range of experiences. The club’s meetings and social outings are conducted in a friendly atmosphere where like-minded members support each other and exchange ideas and information.
You can find more information about meetings and social outings on our Events page.
Our club conducts workshops for members so they may access opportunities to advance their photographic knowledge across a broad range of subjects.
Regular excursions also provide excellent opportunities for informal learning. Being active in a camera club is certainly a great way to continually expand your understanding of the art of photography and how to present your images to their best advantage.
We encourage members to enter the regular competitions held throughout the year. Members may enter images in digital colour, digital mono, colour print and mono print sections. Our qualified judges assess each competition entry and provide constructive and supportive feedback which encourages improvement in the standard of each members’ photographic output.
ACC is affiliated with the Photographic Society of Queensland, and as a result our members have opportunities to participate in photographic competitions at local and State levels. The club also participates in a range of local community events to promote our activities and encourage community involvement.
Personal Projects Group
The Personal Project Group provides a further creative opportunity for club members to work on projects of their own choosing. It provides a means of sharing, exploring and developing ideas in a friendly, collaborative and supportive environment.
Try before you join
Visitors who are not members of other PSQ affiliated clubs are welcome to attend up to 3 club meetings (within 3 months) as a trial period, to help them decide if they wish to join. These visitors may not attend outings of the club during the trial period as they will not be covered by the club’s insurance.