Indianapolis Camera Club was formed in 1927 to educate, encourage, and expand the photographic knowledge of its members through meetings, educational activities, exhibitions, public events and photo feedback sessions (critiques). . We want to teach, and we want to learn. We do this via our educational meetings, which range from training on the most basic photography topics aimed at those new to the craft, to more specialized topics that even the seasoned photographer will value. If you are looking for a place to get mentoring in photography – you have come to the right place!
What sets ICC apart from the other photo clubs in the area? It's the people. Our members range from beginners who just purchased their cameras and want to learn to experienced photographers with over 40 years in the photography business. So regardless of your interest area or experience level we believe we are the photo club for you. Anyone living in the Indianapolis metropolitan area who is interested in photography may join. The ICC provides an informal, friendly and supportive environment for photographers of all levels, with an interest in all types of photography.
Anyone can follow this meetup; however the actual meetings are for paid members of Indianapolis Camera Club. Guest are always welcome. Dues are $40/year for individuals. Please visit us and see what we can offer you. Also, please feel free to visit our club's website at http://www.indianapoliscameraclub.org/ & our facebook page. The Club meets at 7pm on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at the Interfaith Church Center located at 1100 West 42nd Street in Indianapolis. Location is just east of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.