Submit Your Images from Field Trips
Field Trip and Photo Walk Participants--
As we compile an overview of our field trips and photo walks, we would appreciate your assistance. Could each person send from their files two images of each event they attended?
To refresh your memory, Carol and Nancy organized a beach walk, the Nauset and Three Sisters lighthouse walk, Crosby Mansion and John Tunney’s full moon and night photography trips.
Please include your name and the title of each image you submit.
Email your images to Carol Dobek, email@example.com
P-Town Photo Walk
This photo walk will include the interior of P-Town Town Hall, P-town Library and the street scenes along the way.
When: February 23
Time: 10 AM at MacMillan Parking Lot
RSVP to Carol Dobek at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 20. Please include your cell phone number.
This event will be cancelled if the weather is bad.
Any questions please call Carol Dobek at 508-240-0612.
Orleans Camera Exhibit
Drop off: March 7th from 10:00 AM -12:00 PM
Show: March 9th from 3:00 PM -5:00 PM
Pick Up: March 31st from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Rules: Black Frame with White Matting (matting optional)
Frames must be black...matting/white. Wire hanging method only.
$5.00 per photo (frames not to exceed 16x20" ) $7.50 for two.
$7.50 for one large frame, not to exceed 24x30"
Upcoming Competition February 21st
Projected-- Open, Artistic, and Amour
Print-- Open and Nature
Our judge will be Betty Wiley.
For more on Amour and other categories, check the manual.
CCVFCC Juried Photo Contest
A reception and awards ceremony were held on February 4th at the Creative Arts Center in Chatham. The public is cordially invited to see the exhibit through March 2nd.
More Information (including the winning images)
The Cape Cod Viewfinders Camera Club Turned 60 on January 29, 2018!
22 charter members met in the Old First Church in Harwich (aka First Congregational Church of Harwich). On February 11th, they voted to name the club “Cape Cod Viewfinders.” In 1960, By-laws defined the club's purpose as “dedicated to promoting the study, understanding, improvement, and enjoyment of photography. The club encourages participation by photographers of every skill level, from the newest beginners to the most advanced amateurs and working professionals.” The purpose of the club has not changed to this day. May the club continue to inspire its members and the community.
Learn More about CCVF
Looking for information about the Cape Cod Viewfinders Club? We welcome you to join us for a meeting. The first Wednesday of the month we have an educational program, and the third Wednesday we schedule competitions.We meet at Brooks Library in Harwich. Learn more on our meetings page.
CCVF members also enjoy many opportunities to learn from each other, including via photo walks and field trips, a private Facebook group, Google Hangouts, and member-to-member workshops. Check out the information about those activities on this site, and we hope to see you soon.