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Welcome to Lansdale Camera Club

We are a group of photography enthusiasts with a variety of experience levels and photographic styles.


Our camera club meets every 3rd Monday (unless otherwise specified), September-June at the Lansdale Public Library, starting at 6:30 PM.

Our Next meeting is Monday September 21, 2021. (Hopefully in person if not then via ZOOM)



Hi All, The summer of 2021 "on the road to normalcy" and part of that is our


Summer Scavenger Hunt 2021

Here are the 10 categories for this summer and 2 Bonus Categories


Photos taken between June 21, 2021- September 20, 2021 (our 1st scheduled meeting: Hopefully in Person)

(there will be an email later this summer on how to label & submit your photos)


  1. Hide and seek / Peek a Boo

  2. Hats

  3. Post Pandemic /New Normal

  4. Ground Level

  5. Up and Down

  6. Green Energy/Earth Photos

  7. Round and Round

  8. Shadows

  9. Motion

  10. Summer


(1 photo per category for submission)

Bonus Categories

 1.    3 Images: Forced Perspective Photos

2. Pick a favorite movie or TV show and depict it in up to 8 photos. (at the meeting the group will try to guess the title) 


( A select # of Prize winners will be drawn from those members that complete all 10 categories.

1 Grand Prize Winner will be drawn from those members that complete all 10 categories PLUS the 2 Bonus Categories.)


Enjoy the Summer!! Look forward to seeing you all in September!


 LCC Team








About Lansdale Camera Club

In January 1935, four photography enthusiasts decided to form a movie camera club. They called it The Amateur Movie Club of Norristown. During an April meeting, they discussed the new color film, "Kodachrome." Women were admitted in 1938, and the first 16mm sound movies were shown. As 35mm photography increased in popularity, the club began to focus on print and slide events and education.

In 1952, to reflect changes taking place, the club renamed itself to the Norristown Camera Club. Shortly thereafter, in response to increased population into suburbs and a need for a more accessible and modern building, it relocated to Lansdale. In 2002, the club appropriately renamed itself to the Lansdale Camera Club.

Today, the club continues to grow and adapt. Events focus on many types of photography, including slides, color/black-and-white prints and digital technology. The club's biggest accomplishment recently was to win 1st prize in slides and 2nd prize in trade-processed prints at the Ray O'Day competition - a competition among camera clubs in the Delaware Valley.

The Lansdale Camera Club continues to foster a club atmosphere that meets the needs and varied interests of its members.


Meeting Information

When: 6:30 PM on the 3rd Monday of each month from September through June

 (with exceptions in January and February; we meet the 2nd Monday) 

Location: Lansdale Public Library - Community Room, 301 Vine Street, Lansdale, PA 19446




Visitors are welcome to our meetings.

For those who decide to join our club, annual membership is $20 per person and $35 per couple.