Welcome To The Stony Brook Camera Club
We're in our 49th year, promoting enjoyment and proficiency in all aspects of photography through education, by mutual exchange of knowledge and experience, and by promoting a broad appreciation of our natural environment.
The Stony Brook Camera Club meets Thursdays at 7:30 PM, except holidays, September to June, in Franklin, MA (see About Us | Contact Us/Directions). Our meetings feature competitions, speakers, image studies and discussions of general interest. We also sponsor a number of image-taking activities all year (see Calendar above). Anyone is welcome to attend and experience what we are about, although participation in competitions and our many activities requires membership (see the Membership menu item in the Main Menu above).
We hope you enjoy this site and your time with us all.
The Slideshow to the right features some of our monthly 2018 - 2019 Image Winners
September 5th - 7:00 PM - Program Presentation and Summertime Images at the Norfolk Public Library
We will present the program, members will present Summer Time Images (All members may participate - non competitive) and we will reconnect. We are asking you to limit the number of photos to 10 and if you want to talk about your photos we only ask you keep it under 3 minutes. That way we'll have more time for other members to share their photos as well! We'll bring some goodies for the opening night event!
The upload link and deadlines are in the email sent to all members
September 12th - 7:00 PM - Honing Your Competition Skills/Image of the Year Winners
Let's have fun with competition this year! You'll learn a lot from competing by seeing what judges are looking for in photos. Maybe you'll win a ribbon!
September 19th - 7:00 PM - Capturing the Mysteries of The Ancient Ones, Ancestral Puebloans by Mike Rice
Check out his website here: https://www.twistedtreephoto.com/
Michael Rice is a fine art landscape artist with a passion for black and white photography reminiscent of the old large format masters. Dramatic light, a smooth tonal range, and textural image details evoking the atmosphere of times past characterize his work. His color work is lush and vibrant, manipulating colors more like an oil painter. Light is playfully manipulated to create drama and intrigue. He honed his craft through the years working as a commercial, portrait, and wedding photographer, photo retoucher, and printmaker. His philosophy is that most photographers are either camera or computer oriented, meaning that while some photographers excel at taking pictures, others excel at enhancing the images in the computer. He believes that to take photography to the next level; one must pursue both disciplines. The synergy is; knowing what is possible in the digital darkroom, aids in the decision-making process in the field.
October 19th - Stony Brook Camera Club 50th Anniversary Picnic!
Where: Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary
108 North Street, Norfolk, MA 02056
When: Saturday 10/19/2019 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Bring: Your family, your camera, a picnic lunch and something to sit on (blanket or chairs)
Stony Brook Camera had it's start at Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary 50 years ago. We want to go back to our roots and celebrate our wonderful club. We're planning to have an exotic car and a period model for you to photograph. There will be recommended photo stations for you to photograph from, all around the sanctuary. AND, you will be able to order 50th anniversary apparel at that time. Lastly, there will be an opportunity to swap prints with other members (details to follow).
Your 50th Anniversary Committee has been working hard to make this picnic possible and we have already received several donations from club members to defray the costs of the picnic. Our overall goal for the 50th season is to find special ways to celebrate, reflect and recognize the club founders/members (past and present) and club history throughout the 2019-2020 season.
Field Trips, Workshops and Events of Interest
August 29th - You're Invited to the Opening Reception of our Gallery Show
Volunteer photographers with the Blackstone Heritage Corridor Photography Ambassadors will present their first ever gallery show at the Museum of Work & Culture (42 S. Main St., Woonsocket, R.I.). A free, opening reception will be held on Thursday, Aug. 29 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. where the public can come and meet the photographers and discuss their work. Free viewing will continue throughout the month of September.
Ambassadors featured in the show include Debra Boucher, Woonsocket, R.I.; Carol Dandrade, Uxbridge; Silvana Della Camera, Norfolk; Rob DeRobertis, Franklin; Denise Duhamel, Fall River; Bob Evans, Northbridge; Ellen Kawadler, Sharon; Sarah Keates, Sharon; Dennis Smith, Uxbridge; Cynthia Vogan, Wrentham
Check out our New "Q&A About Photography", "Infrared Photography" and Night Photography Forums
Q&A About Photography - in this forum, members can post questions about any aspect of photography including composition, settings, technique, post processing, printing, online display, promotion, and gear. Infrared Photography - in this forum, any questions pertaining to shooting and processing infrared images with a converted camera or with IR filters.
From the Main Menu, click on Forums or use this LINK You must be logged in to access the forum. If you want to be emailed whenever there is a posting to the Forum, just click on the Subscribe button. This is an alternative to those people who might not be on Facebook but have questions about photography.
Need suggestions for places to go out and shoot???
Check out our information on Photo Shoot Locations at /d/b56444bf-9b6e-4ac3-a22d-b3e2f5f766be or Click on the “Resources & Links” tab and then Click on “Photo Shoot Locations”.
SBCC is now in the affiliate program of Skylum!
Please use the link below whenever going to their website so discounts can be utilized.
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