latest update – December 2022

// Action for CLUBS

The Sunshine Coast Photography Club (formerly The Caloundra Camera Group) is one of the oldest Clubs of its type in the region. It was incorporated in 1997 and is affiliated with the Photographic Society of Queensland. 

The club offers members a wide range of excursions, social activities and photography competitions in a supportive environment for all skill levels.

New members are always welcome regardless of photographic experience or equipment as we strive to encourage the development of photographic skills and knowledge so that we all may achieve and share a greater enjoyment of the art of photography.

Sunshine Coast Photography Club Inc.   
ABN 80 235 726 988

Sunshine Coast Photography Club Recent Posts Archives

January Club Competition

Please note that the closing time for our January competition has been extended until 31st December.

Follow the instructions given previously to upload your images to the new website.

A reminder that the subject for January is Minimalist Images.

Less is more. The elements in the image must be kept to a minimum – but the ones that are present should be significant to the overall idea and symbolism of the photo. Empty space, lone subjects, simple lines, geometric patterns and contrasting colours are all great ways to achieve the desired results

by Keven Hyde, December 18, 2016

Welcome to Your New Website

Welcome to your new competition website!  You’ve been sent this message as you have been added as a member.

Here’s the basics to get you get started. The first step is to login to the website.


by Keven Hyde, December 15, 2016

Are you getting emails from the website?

As this website uses an automated email system it sometimes is mistaken as junk mail.

If you are a current member of the club you will receive an email from the website with your login details.

If you can’t see the email then check your junk or spam folder and mark the message as not junk.

If you have a Microsoft based email (hotmail, live or outlook) then you may need to follow these steps to add the website to a safe senders list.

If you still have problems contact to help you out.

by MyPhotoClub Colin, December 12, 2016