The Boynton Beach Camera Club has been in existence since 1994 and has had constant growth throughout the years. Our mission is to serve and work in the best interest of the club and its members by teaching and sharing our skills and techniques in the art of photography.
Whether you are a casual shooter or an ardent camera enthusiast you will find us to be a dedicated and friendly group committed to the enjoyment of photography through the enhancement of our skills in the traditional and digital imagery techniques. Our members’ photographic skills range from beginners to experienced. Persons at any level of proficiency are welcome to our club.
We update our website continually with club news, events and members personal galleries that manifest their photographic styles and creativity.
The Boynton Beach Camera Club meets on the first and third Mondays of each month (unless there is a conflict with holidays) at the:
(CURRENTLY MEETING on ZOOM)
SOUTH COUNTY CIVIC CENTER
16700 JOG RD., ROOM C
DELRAY BEACH, FL 33446
The first meeting of the month is set aside for competitions when the submitted images, in print or digital format, are reviewed, critiqued and scored on an individual basis by experienced host-judges.
At the second meeting of each month, workshops or instructional programs are presented with speakers of diverse photographic and Photoshop backgrounds who share with us their knowledge.
Competition and workshop meetings start at 6:45 p.m It is suggested to arrive by 6:30 p.m.
We keep our competitions and website free of sexually suggestive images.
Directions: I-95 to exit 51 (Linton Boulevard) go west to Jog Road (about 5 miles), then South (left). Look for the sign "South County Civic Center" which is on the left side of the road when heading south. Turn into the parking lot.
Click Here to download a membership application form. Use the menus at the top of the page under the Organization tab to view our club calendar or to download documents about our organization.
Our Club is a member of the Photographic Society of America and the Florida Camera Club Council (F3C).