60 years of Club Photography

Carnoustie Camera Club was formed in 1961 and we aim to encourage interest in photography by way of talks, exhibitions, competitions, workshops and excursions. Our members meet socially to share skills and ideas, and we participate in internal and external competitions in order to find inspiration and hone our photographic skills.

Members have a wide range of experience and there is a warm welcome for people of all abilities and photographic interests.

We meet mostly every other Friday 7.30-9.30pm between September and April in Woodlands Primary School at the top of Queen Street in Carnoustie and we get together regularly during other months and at weekends.

Subject to Covid restrictions we plan to resume club activities on Friday 10th of September in Woodlands PS at 7.30pm. Existing and new members will have the opportunity to explore techniques all within an atmosphere of friendly advice so that their photography can reach higher levels of satisfaction. New members will be allocated mentor support and all levels of ability should find their membership beneficial.

Membership fees for this year will not be set until we are aware of any effects Covid may have on our use of the school's facilities.

Enrolling on or before the 10th allows for personal interests to be included in this year's programme.

Everyone is most welcome.

We offer:

  • Regular club meetings and occasional field trips
  • Talks from visiting photographers
  • Practical sessions
  • An annual exhibition of members' work
  • Digital darkroom facilities
  • Friendly help, advice and discussions
  • Photographic competitions with feedback

Links to local photography clubs' and photographers' websites can be found here.