If you are an amateur or professional photographer from Connecticut, joining a camera club or a photography organization can help improve your photography with a supportive community, skill development opportunities, and resources like workshops and equipment.
- Joining a camera club is a great way to learn new skills and techniques from experienced photographers and fellow enthusiasts.
- Camera clubs often organize photo walks, workshops, and competitions, which are excellent opportunities to challenge yourself and connect with other photographers.
- They can also provide access to studio space, equipment rentals, and professional guest speakers.
- If you're a beginner, don't be intimidated! Most clubs are welcoming and supportive, and there are often members of all skill levels.
📸 Did you know?
Some of the most iconic photographers, like Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Alfred Stieglitz, Robert Capa and Edward Weston, were once members of camera clubs.
Select your city in the state of Connecticut:
Litchfield Hills Camera Club
Simsbury Camera Club
New Haven Camera Club
North Haven Camera Club
Hope Christina Church, CT
Milford Camera Club
Connecticut Professional Photographers Association
North Haven, CT
Camera Club of Oxford Greens
Oxford Greens, CT
Housatonic Camera Club
Quinebaug Valley Photography Club
Charter Oak Photographic Society
West Hartford, CT
Weston Library Photography Club
Types of Camera Clubs in Connecticut:
A camera club is an organized group of photography enthusiasts in Connecticut who gather regularly to share their passion for photography, learn from each other, participate in workshops, and often engage in competitions and exhibitions.
Camera Club Council
A regional camera club council acts as an umbrella organization coordinating activities, competitions, and events among multiple Connecticut camera clubs, fostering collaboration and shared learning opportunities within a larger regional or thematic area.
A regional photography group that is officially recognized by the Professional Photographers of America (PPA), allowing its Connecticut based members access to PPA's resources, educational programs, and certifications. Learn more about PPA in this article.
This listing of camera clubs in Connecticut is provided and maintained by Photographer and Photo Educator Joe Edelman.
Inclusion on this page is NOT an endorsement.
Groups are listed here either because I have personal experience with them OR I have reviewed their website, investigated them using Google, and did not find a compelling reason to exclude them from the listing.
Help me keep this listing up-to-date and accurate. If you find any errors or if you are aware of a group that should be included, please submit current details about your organization.