Assabet Valley Camera Club, established in 1985 as a Hudson-based photography organization, meets the 1st. and 3rd. Wednesday of the month from September through May. The first meeting of the month generally features a program designed to instruct and/or to entertain camera enthusiasts. During the second monthly meeting, member digital image competitions are judged and critiqued by qualified individuals.
Generally, AVCC meetings are hybrid, and take place on Zoom and in the Basement Meeting Room at the Hudson Senior Center, 29 Church Street, Hudson, and officially begin at 7:15 PM.
AVCC welcomes anyone interested in learning more about photography as a visual art and its practical application as a science. Members benefit from the hands-on experiences, from the knowledge presented in programs, and from having their work critiqued.
Assabet Valley Camera Club, a member of both the New England Camera Club Council and the Photographic Society of America, also participates in interclub competitions on regional, national and international levels. Members of various ages with a diversity of experience currently hail from over fifteen different communities in the surrounding area.
Anyone interested in photography and expanding their pictorial skills is welcome to attend a club meeting.
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2022-2023 Image of the year “Clearing Hurdles" by Doris Monteiro.
Please Note that the Nov 15th meeting will be on Zoom only
Upcoming Meeting on Zoom Only
November 15 - Competition - Open and Theme: Architectural Detail
December 1 - Program “Ultimate Landscapes – Photographing Trees & Forests”
Program at Assabet Valley Camera Club
HUDSON - On Wednesday, December 6, the Assabet Valley Camera Club (AVCC) will host Paul Nguyen as he presents “Ultimate Landscapes – Photographing Trees & Forests”. The program is free and open to the public.
Through special consideration for composition, equipment, weather, and timing, Paul will reveal how he creates his striking, elegant images of woodland environments. He will teach how to go beyond the basics of landscape photography to capture the unique essence of trees and forests.
As a professional photographer with over 30 years of experience in film and digital photography of natural landscapes and wildlife, Paul has served in the prestigious National Park Artist in Residence Program at the Petrified Forest in Arizona and continues to create programs for the National Park Service.
Paul’s company Blue Hour Photo Ventures conducts outdoor photo workshops and leads tours in the USA and abroad. Sign up for his newsletter at paulnguyenphoto.com to learn about these opportunities and to view more of Paul’s incredible images.
Currently AVCC is using a hybrid meeting format. If you are interested in attending either the online program or the in-person meeting, contact AVCC firstname.lastname@example.org a few days prior to the meeting to request a link to the event or to let us know you will be attending in person.
The club’s Zoom room opens at 7:00 PM with a brief business meeting at 7:15. The presentation will begin at 7:30. When attending meetings in-person, they are held in the downstairs meeting room at the Hudson Senior Center, 29 Church Street, Hudson. Visitors are always welcome to attend and should notify email@example.com at least a day prior to attending, and plan to arrive no later than 7:15 PM.
Note: in the event of inclement weather or COVID restrictions at the Senior Center, the meetings will be held via Zoom only.
AVCC is active in the following societies:
NECCC - www.neccc.org
PSA - www.psa-photo.org