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Our Facebook group is open to everyone for the purpose of sharing photographs. We love seeing your work.
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7 HILLS CAMERA CLUB has it's club presence on MeetUp at https://www.meetup.com/SevenHillsCameraClub...
The MeetUp site is where we list our club meetings and events. We meet in person on the third Wednesday of the month throughout the year at the Salem Covenant Church, 215 E Mountain St, Worcester, MA. We have a ZOOM meeting on the first Monday of the month.
We hold competitions amongst ourselves, hold outside photo excursions and events, do hands-on photography, and occasionally have speakers.

We have costs associated with running our club, Meetup usage charges, Facility usage charges, Zoom charges, NECCC dues, Speaker fees, Judging fees for our In-House competitions as well as items necessary for our Hands-On projects.

You can look at our upcoming and past events on the MeetUp site. We love meeting new people and welcome new members. We are a very open and friendly group.

You will find information regarding the clubs events and event photos in the drop down menus at the top of the Meet Up web page.

If you become a member of our MeetUp group you will receive a 30 day free trial and will then be asked to pay membership dues to continue.

If you RSVP to an In-Person event and find you cannot attend we ask that you change your RSVP to NO. We do not want to wait for someone who is not coming or leave a person on the waitlist who could have attended.

Individual membership is $35.00 year Family membership is $45.00 year

Upcoming events (4)

Landscape Photography Presentation with Dave Long

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Join us for a Landscape Photography presentation with Dave Long. Feel free to ask questions at the end of the presentation.

Dave has been teaching landscape photography for the last eleven years throughout New England. He has gained a following through his workshops and tours, twelve e-books on New England Self Guided Photo Tours and Composition and Fall Foliage. He contributes frequently to New England magazines and guides, does camera club presentations, publishes blogs and has a large social media community.

Dave is a member of the Boston Camera Club. He has won numerous awards including:

  • 2022 Boston Camera Club - Image of the Year
  • 2021 New England Camera Club Council Picture of the Year - B & W
  • 2020 Nantucket Photo of the Year – Today’s Nantucket
  • 2019 One of the Eight Best Landscape Photographers in Boston by Peerspace
  • 2019 New England Camera Club Council Picture of the Year
    *[masked]st Place in the New England Camera Club Council’s Winter Competition
    *[masked]st Place in the New England Camera Club Council’s Fall Competition
  • 2018 Boston Camera Club Print Image of the Year
  • 2017 Boston Camera Club Projected Image of the Year
  • 2016 Appalachian Mountain Club’s Image of the Year

Images have been featured in:

  • 2023 Light of New England Calendar distributed to New England retailers
  • 2023 Calendar Contributor - Maine Scenes, Vermont Landscapes & Boston Scenes
  • 2020 Down East Magazine
  • 2020 & 2019 Newport Life Magazine
  • 2019 Boston Globe
  • 2018 Boston Voyager
  • 2018 Discoverer e Travel Guide
  • 2018 Guide to Boston – February & April
  • 2018 Cape Cod Magazine 20th Anniversary Edition

Podcast Guest

  • The Understanding Photography Show – May 5, 2019
  • Master Photography Latitude Podcast – 11/5/18, 7/21/19 & 7/23/19

Blog Contributor

  • October 2020 – Shooting Autumn Landscapes - for Datacolor Calibration
  • September 2020 - Shooting Fall Foliage in Vermont – Stowe Visitor Center
  • February 2018 - Landscape Photography Location Scouting

Dave lives in Westwood and Falmouth, MA and travels extensively through New England. See his work at www.davelongphoto.com and follow him on www.instagram.com/davidlong3653.

Sharpen Up With Focus Stacking

Salem Covenant Church

What we'll do
Let's explore focus stacking to get tack-sharp macro images. You may want to refresh yourself on what capabilities your camera has for in-camera focus stacking and experiment with that as well at the meeting, this session will focus on manual shooting.

What to bring:

  • Tripod
  • Macro lens if you have one
  • a rail system if you have one
  • a tabletop light if you have one
  • Macro photography subjects/props

Here is a description of the steps involved in post-processing in either Photoshop or Lightroom.

Doane's Falls Royalston MA

Doane's Falls

Waterfall season is here. Let's kick it off by visiting Doane's falls in Royalston MA. Doane's has three different drops that are viewable from the main trail. The hiking is easy to moderate depending on the location you choose to shoot from. By late April there will be no ice on the trail but it may be wet so wear appropriate footwear for hiking. Bring water and snacks since Royalston is a very small town without any stores or resturants close to this area. Doane's is located on the Tully trail so please be sure to get there early to get parking.

For equipment a standard and wide angle lens are fine for this area. A tripod and polarizer and or ND filters work best for daytime shooting of waterfalls. The image attached was shot with a polarizer and 3x nd filter.

Dress according to the current weather conditions. Parking at the top area of the falls is limited. There is parking at the lower area to access the falls from the bottom and then work your way up to the top.

We will all meet at the top to start and then move to the lower parking if needed. As always please be on time so others are not waiting for you.

Food Photography

Salem Covenant Church

This is something we have not tried yet. I have just started dabbling in it and hope that you will want to come and give it a try for yourself.

We will have foods and plates, bowls, cloths etc.
Bring your sense of adventure, camera, tripod, interesting cloths and kitchen items if you have any and a willingness to try.

This was shot at 18mm but I think anything up to 50mm should work out just fine.

Past events (612)

Green Heron Pond

76 Dunkirk Ave

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