Welcome to the Wyandotte Camera Club! Please browse the photos created by our talented members, and consider visiting one our meetings.

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About
The Wyandotte Camera Club, founded in 1938, is the oldest camera club in the Kansas City Metro area.

Devoted to fine art black & white photography, WCC includes photographers of many backgrounds, ranging in skills from beginners to professionals.

Unique among Kansas City camera clubs, WCC holds a monthly contest in both an assigned category and an open category; with entries judged by noted photographers across the country whose critiques and suggestions form an extremely helpful tool for our members' continued growth in this wonderful hobby.

Annual dues are $25, payable in September. WCC programs include classes in digital editing, and an ongoing discussion with other members of techniques, equipment and photographic venues. Members include users of Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, and several other brands of equipment.

WCC meets at 6:30 P.M. at the Wyandotte County Library, West Branch, 1737 N. 82nd Street, Kansas City, Kansas. Presently we meet during "the school year" and take the summer for vacations, shooting, and other activities. Upcoming meetings are scheduled for:

Sep 10, 2014 Auditorium - Turn in "Stones"
Presentaion by Travis Putman "Using Lightroom/Photoshop"
Oct 15, 2014 Auditorium - Turn in "Tools"
Nov 19, 2014 Auditorium - Turn in "Stairs"
Dec 10, 2014 Auditorium - Turn in "Keys/Locks"
Jan 14, 2015 Auditorium
- Turn in "Wide Angle Shot"


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