Links to Photography Clubs

Colorado's Denver-Metro Camera Clubs

Mile High Wlidlife Photography Club - Todd is a member!

The Mile High Wildlife Photography Club (MHWPC) is a camera club based in Parker, Colorado, a suburb of Denver, Colorado. It was founded in 1976 to provide members the opportunity to learn about wildlife and scenic photography, and also to promote personal growth, education, and enjoyment through nature photography.

Focus Camera Club - Todd is a member!

For more than 25 years Focus Camera Club has helped photographers in the Denver metro area hone their craft. Our monthly Programs bring local and nationally known photographers to share their knowledge and expertise. And our monthly photo Competitions challenge you to use those new skills to portray a wide variety of subjects throughout the year. Our members range from beginners to published authors and working pros. But we all share one thing. A passion for photography and creating memorable images.

Lone Tree Photography Club - Todd is a member!

The Lone Tree Photography Club consists of a group warm and friendly people who enjoy photography. Our skills cover a broad range from beginners to seasoned professionals. If you are interested in visiting the Club, please feel free to do so. Come see if you like what we do and then join us! We meet twice a month of the 1st and 3rd Monday. Please check the calendar above to confirm we are meeting, occasionally during the year we might go on a field trip or not meet on a holiday. In addition to regular meetings we sponsor workshops on a variety of photographic topics. It is not a requirement to be a member to participate in our workshops, so if you find something that interests you, by all means sign up!

Englewood Camera Club

Aurora Society of Photographers

Denver Photographic Society

Jefferson County Photography Club

Colorado Council of Camera Clubs (CCCC)

The CCCC (Council) is an affiliation of five camera clubs throughout the Denver metro area. It was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1955. Objectives of the Council:  

•To assist member clubs in achieving closer relationships with one another.

•To foster a greater appreciation of and interest in photography.

To Achieve These Objectives, the Council:

•Organizes Quarterly inter-club photo competitions.

•Provides a forum for communication and exchange of ideas between member clubs.

•Collates and distributes a list of programs and presenters available for club meetings.

•Organizes a yearly competition for all member clubs.

•Presents workshops on subjects of interest to photographers