When does the club meet? Where does the club meet?

The club meets on the first and third Mondays of the month except for December which there are no meetings. Meetings are from 7 PM until about 8:30 PM.

The Club meets at the JN Long Cultural Arts Complex, 425 Granbury Street, in the large annex on the South side of the campus. The JN Long complex is just North of HEB on Granbury Street.

How do I join?  What does it cost?

Show up at a meeting. Individual membership are $30 per year, $50 per year for couples. Drop in visitors are welcome, no cost, no obligation. If you do decide to join, there’s a form to fill out.   

Club Communications?   Discussion Groups?  Updates. Etc…

The Club has a Facebook Page:

What happens at the first meeting of the month?

Either a club member or a guest speaker will present a program. It’s an opportunity to meet with other photographers and to learn things about photography.

What Happens at the second meeting of the month?

Second meeting of the month is critique night. We have print and digital (projected image) competitions in several categories. An outside judge will critique images and ribbons are awarded for first, second, and third place winners. Points are accumulated for end-of-year awards.

Is that all?

Nope! We go on field trips to shoot photographs, we learn, we network and encourage each other, and we have a good time! Winning prints are displayed in public venues around town. We also have a Chirstmas gathering where we award year end awards..

 How do I enter the Digital competition?

Details are available on the tab Monthly Club Competitions

 How do I enter the Print competition?

Details are available on the tab Monthly Club Competitions

Ready to Join?

If you are ready to join the club, please fill out the membership form and send it to us in an email as an attachment or bring it with you to the next club meeting. Our email address is info@cleburnecameraclub.com.

You can also pay the membership dues here as well.

Membership Plan



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