Who we are
The Wairarapa Camera Club is a friendly and relaxed group who like to share and discuss their photographs, and ideas and skills related to all things photographic.
We encourage the practice and study of photography through competitions, instruction, practical sessions, club outings and trips away throughout the year.
View galleries of our work here.
Even though we are called Wairarapa Camera Club, our emphasis is less on cameras than on the practice, skills and art of photography. Nevertheless we do, from time to time, run ‘how to’ workshops on aspects of camera work and the processing and presentation of photographs.
Contact us — make an enquiry, or contact a committee member.
Click here for instruction on how to join us.
We meet monthly on the first Tuesday of the month, from February to November, at 7.30pm sharp.
We aim to finish the formal part of each meeting by 9pm. We then have supper, with informal discussions and exchanges of ideas, tips, and challenges!
View the programme for meetings.
Meetings during Covid level Orange
The Wairarapa Camera club committee has discussed its response to the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic and the risks and guidelines issued by government.
We are now reverting to meeting in person. The committee is very conscious of the health and safety of all of our members. We are very aware that Covid is still in our community for this reason we are asking people to please wear a mask. Regardless of government regulations or traffic light settings, please think about this as simply consideration for your fellow members and visitors.
The Wairarapa Camera Club is an incorporated society administered by an annually elected committee.