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Welcome to Charlotte Camera Club! We are a growing, active club of photographers spanning all ages and skill levels. We offer a fun mix of opportunities and ways to participate.

Our meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month except the months of November and December (no second meeting those months).  Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. and conclude by 9:00 p.m. We currently meet virtually. Members and guests are invited to arrive a little early to socialize before the meeting begins.

Learn more about us:

Who We Are           What We Do           Our Meetings

We hope that you will browse our website and visit a meeting soon.

Next Meetings: Thursday, September 8, 7:00 PM Virtual   

                              Thursday, September 22, 7:00 PM Virtual                           

Where:  Login from your home.

September 8, 7:00 PM

Subject: Color Management

 Speaker: Evan Parker from Moab Paper

Reminder: The Meeting will be on Zoom rather than GoTo Meeting

Please join us at a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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Meeting ID: 844 3201 6144
Passcode: 712697
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September 22, 7:00 PM

Subject : Still Life Photography

Speaker: Mark Battista - Still Life Photography

Mark Battista, a nationally recognized Fine Art Photographer and Painter, will discuss the “Art of Still Life Photography” and share his approach for creating images that tell a story, communicate an idea, and express a mood.

Through this workshop you will be inspired to create impactful still life imagery through the use of simple tools such as natural light, single light flashes and constant light. Emphasis will be placed on how to modify light and use directional light to create drama.

Still Life can be done in a small space within your home using objects that are readily accessible. The concept of “shooting with intention” will be addressed in order for one to take control of the creative process from selecting props, arranging them in a pleasing composition, using light effectively to direct the eye through the image and create a center of interest. Strategies to tell a story and create a mood will be shared in order to make better decisions regarding lighting and design.

Speaker Bio

Mark Battista is a painter and fine art photographer specializing in portrait and still life photography. He graduated from Paier College of with a B.F.A. After working for several years as a fine artist and illustrator, Mark received a M.S. in Art Education degree from S.C.S.U and has served in the West Haven School System as an art teacher for the past 35 years. He continues to work as a fine artist and photographer and teaches workshops and one on one tutoring throughout the U.S. He recently presented several days of workshops at the New England Camera Club Council’s Annual Conference at UMASS College at Amherst.

Please join us for this scheduled Zoom meeting.
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Meeting ID: 825 4356 8550
Passcode: 065027

 Don’t forget that  QCC images are due September 15th.   The size limits remain the same; 1400px wide and 1050px tall.  The file name should be in this format: <Image Title>-<Your Name>.jpg.

 The Links for the uploads are:

 QCC#1: https://www.smugmug.com/upload/qGm45m/QCCUpload

52 Week Photography Challenge

This challenge will encourage participants to take and process an image each

week for inclusion in the 52 Week Challenge Gallery on the Charlotte Camera
Club Website.

Rules of the Challenge
1. Use the attached list of Weekly Themes.
2. Images must be taken during the week of the challenge.
3. The weekly challenge runs from Monday to Sunday, and an image must be
submitted to the website by midnight on the Tuesday following the close of

the week. Images submitted after Tuesday will not be posted.
4. Resize images to no more than 1400 pixels on the long side by no more
than 1050 pixels on the short side.
5. The file name format:
<Week Number>-<Submitter’s Name>-<Image Title>.jpg
6. The image must be uploaded to the following link: NOTE: This is a new link.

8. Only one image per week per submitter is allowed.
9. An image does not need to be submitted every week. Some weeks can be skipped, but do as many as you can.
10. There are no prizes beyond bragging rights.
11. Here is a link to the challenge document: 
52 Week Challenge
12. View your Upload









Header Image: Linda Harris; Body Images: Linda Springer, John Goodwin, Gary Emord