That was easy, wasn't it.
- Friendly, welcoming reception on your first visit
- Location - you don't need to drive an hour in each direction
- Mission and vision - the club knows where its going and communicates that to members
- Runs outside workshops and expeditions*
- The club has good photographers - people to aspire to and learn from
- Interclub competition - local, interstate, overseas
- A wave of photographic passion
- A variety of ages with a few new young members coming on board
- Some speakers and judges from outside the club (and outside photography)
- Access to an asset - clubrooms, bus, darkrooms, studio
|*Rob Lewis shooting in the Pilbara 2013 with the Medical Arts Association|
As for the best camera club in the world - the Photo Art Association in Singapore would be hard to beat. World class photographers and gear, their own multi-storey building in the heart of Singapore, overseas tours and a high class photographic book several times each year.
Join a Dale Neill UWA Workshop to find out what a camera club can't teach you.