The Sierra Club Camera Committee is an activity group within the Angeles Chapter, which we support through the medium of photography.
Our goal is to show the natural beauty of our world as well as areas of conservation concerns and social justice. We do this through sharing and promoting our photography and by helping and inspiring our members through presentations, demonstration, discussion, as well as outings.
Become a member – subscribe to Focal Points Magazine
Everyone is welcome at our meetings and on our outings. They can also see our magazine at no cost. However, only members can contribute to the Focal Points Magazine to Member Shows or exhibits.
Curious about what Focal Points Magazine looks like? Check out the most recent issue here.
To join the Camera Committee or renew your membership, please send your contact information (at minimum your email address) with annual dues of $15 per individual or $25 per couple. Make the check payable to SCCC and mail it to:
Joan Schipper – SCCC Membership
6100 Cashio Street
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Meetings & outings
Sunrise in the canola fields of The Palouse in Eastern Washington, ©Rod Barbee, all rights reserved
Humpback whales bubble-net feeding on herring near Sitka, Alaska ©Rod Barbee, all rights reserved
In February, Rod Barbee will take us to the colorful, rolling landscape of The Palouse in Eastern Washington (above top) and then whisk us up to Sitka, Alaska for humpback whales and other wildlife (above, bottom). It should be quite a ride!
That will be February 8, at 7:00 PM (Pacific time). Register in advance to get the Zoom link.
Our meetings are held on the second Thursday of even number months (February, April, June, August, October and December) at 7:00 PM Pacific time. The Meetings Page has info on the upcoming meeting and a links to past meeting videos.
Our meetings are offered via the Zoom Meetings app to accommodate our distant members. You will need to register on the Meeting page to get the zoom link.