Organizational Chart & History
Victoria Camera Club's member photographers meet to share knowledge and experience through presentations, photo competitions, workshops and photo shoots.
Our experiences range from novice to master and our tools include both film and digital.
In recent years our numbers have increased substantially and our programs have become broader in scope and deeper in content, offering increased potential for learning and growth in skills and abilities.
Our club's Constitution and Bylaws are available for download from the Documents & Files section of this website.
Click to view larger: Organizational Chart
Born in 1944 from the union of the Victoria Photographic Society (1941) and the Civil Service Camera Club.
Participated in international salons (competitions and displays open to the public) until 1966.
Initially most members were black and white print makers, many with their own darkrooms.
A Colour Clinic, based on colour slides, began in 1957 and became very popular in the 1960s.
Print making, in both colour and black and white, has become popular again.
Today club members have strong interests in both prints and projected images from both film and digital sources.
Membership in the Club has grown substantially in recent years, reflecting a strong public interest in all things photographic.
The Club was registered under the BC Societies Act on October 28, 2008.
Club members currently pursue an active program which includes guest speakers, competitions, members' nights, field trips, workshops, shared interest groups and print shows.