If you love photography, come join us for some fun! Beginner, intermediate and advanced photographers are all welcome - bring a friend along!

The Club meets at 7:30 P.M. on the first and third Wednesday of the month, September through June.

The first monthly meeting may have a speaker, a slideshow, or some type of hands-on workshop.

The second monthly meeting is our competition meeting. We compete in both print and digital. There are different categories each month. They are listed on our competition page. The competitons are great fun and help to improve your photography skills. Come and join us!

AVCC is active in the following societies:

NECCC - www.neccc.org

PSA - www.psa-photo.org


Welcome to Assabet Valley Camera Club

News and Upcoming Events

Bad Weather Cancellation Policy

If a club event needs to be canceled because of bad weather, we will notify everyone by e-mail. Notification wil also be posted here on this web page.

February 15 Competition Night

This month's digital subjects are "Open" and "Nature". The print subject is "Monochrome".

To submit your digital competition images, on the navigation bar above, click on the "Competitions" pull-down, then the "Monthly Club Competitions" and the "Submit Digital Images" pull-downs. Please be aware that digital images must be submited no later than the Sunday before the competition. Competitions are open to AVCC members only.

March 1 Program Night

Our program tonight is "Exploring Black & White in New England-Image" presented by Bob Ring and Don Toothaker.

Our speakers explore Black and White photography from both the technical and creative sides of today's digital photography. Bob and Don discuss best camera techniques, software and brands of print paper to use and much more. They also discuss the best attributes of an image for Black and White photography. The key to the creative process starts with being able to 'see' in B&W.

New England provides wonderful opportunities and subjects for dramatic, well done black and white imagery. Join us as we explore processing techniques, subjects, and locations that help you create beautiful monochrome images and prints.

"This program is supported in part by a grant from the Hudson Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency."