Welcome to the Cleburne Camera Club

We meet at 7 p.m. the first and third Monday of each month in Room 103 of the Annex building of the JN Long Cultural Art Center. The center is located at 425 Granbury Street.

JN Long is an elementary school turned into a cultural arts center. The main building is two stories and the Annex building to located to the south of the main building and beside HEB grocery. There is a breeze way in between the main art center and the annex. Room 103 is the last room on the left once you enter the building. It may sound confusing but after one visit, it is easy to remember your way.

The first meeting of the month is informational.

We have unique programs lined up that help us improve our photography skills or learn new ones. The first meeting is also our designated photo turn in night (paid members participate in monthly photo competitions.)

The second meeting is our critique night.

We have a guest judge (usually a local professional photographer from the area) come in and give us a critique on photos turned in for the month. Each month we award a first and second place ribbon to our members in five different categories along with a best in show ribbon for the image that stood out.

We also participate in club outings once a month.

We try to arrange outings each month (excluding December) that are not only fun and exciting but also correspond to our monthly competition theme. We have gone to places like Fossil Rim and Sundance Square as well as short over night trips to places like Beaver’s Bend State Park and Big Bend.

So come to a meeting or an outing and join like-minded photography enthusiasts…We’d love to see you.

 

 

 

We share our interest and experiences in photography and learn from others in order to improve our skills.