The Johnson County Camera Club is a nonprofit organization based in Prairie Village, Kansas. Membership is open to photographers with all levels of experience. Whether you are a novice, advanced amateur, or professional photographer, your interest and talents are always welcome.
Each month during our club season, members participate in photographically challenging field trips. Both group field trips and buddy-up sessions, are efforts to expand our perspective and hone our compositional creativity. These field trips are popular with club members.
Post processing reviews are a key aspect of club meetings. Our club hosts several different types of programs, all aimed at helping participants to learn about the different post processing tools and techniques available that will enhance members’ creative skills.
Members helping members is the heart of our Johnson County Camera Club. Whether it is a member sharing-moment at a club meeting or our buddy-up program, the aim is to help us to get out and shoot. It also builds club friendships and creates skill-sharing and confidence-building moments.
Join us at one of our club meetings. We would enjoy your company! Our goal as a club is to provide a profoundly cooperative club environment that stimulates learning and enhances lasting friendships. So join us soon. Dress is casual.