Staten Island Camera Club - Serving the Staten Island community since 1954.
Why Not Consider Joining Us?
Self indulgence in any form of creative expression can leave you in a vacuum unless you are completely confident and never lack inspiration or need criticism. I don’t think I know very many people like that. Being a photographer, whether you do it for a living or as a hobby, is often something we think that should be done on your own.  I often here, “I don’t want to come back with the same pictures as every one else.” Really, I never come back with the same picture as others. As creative people we all have different image making skills and points of view. Why not share them?There are many ways to meet other photographers and make friends. Local Meet-up Groups, camera clubs, online groups and forums . I’m sure if you go down to your local camera store and talk with the owner they would know other keen photographers they could introduce you to.

One recommendation I would  strongly make and that is to hang out with other photographers who have a similar way of enjoying photography and like to share ideas and techniques. 

Membership matters. Whether you are a hobbyist or a professional photographer, joining a photography club is one of the best ways to improve your skills. The club can also be a good venue for meeting people who share the same interest as yours. You will not only form new friendships, you’ll also have fun while learning new things about a craft that you love.

We are currently conducting a Membership Drive contact us if you want to join our club and take your photography to the next level.

It’s easy! Come to a meeting and see Barbara Hoffman, our treasurer, with your cash or check. 
Annual dues: $100 per individual.

To join just email us at: 
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Club Officers for 2018-19
Dennis Arculeo, President
Eric Mayr,1st VP
Nurul Amin 2nd VP
Barbara Mattera Hoffman, Treasurer
Carol Mayr, Secretary
Competition Chairperson: Carol Mayr
Clix Editor: Dennis Arculeo
Webmaster: Dennis Arculeo
Delegate to the NJFCC, Eric Mayr