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Cairns Photographic Society Inc

We are a friendly and long established club, being a continuance of the photographic club formed in Cairns in 1899, that has undergone several name changes over the years.

The aims of our Club are to encourage members to produce creative work of their own, and to encourage and enable members to aid each other in achieving their aims.

Are you interested in photography? We welcome you to come along to our club evenings, either as a visitor or new member.

Membership has many benefits:

  • Gain from the many opportunities to improve your photography, whatever your level of experience.
  • Gain from the knowledge of fellow club members.
  • Take part in club competitions and critique sessions to further your knowledge.
  • Take part in club outings.
  • Share your knowledge and help other photographers.
  • Keep up to date with our latest news.
  • Showcase your photography in a gallery for free.
  • To become a member of the Cairns Photographic Society - Membership Form 2016/17worddoc



For all the results check out our 'Happenings' page.

Stay updated with our outings, club competitions
and urgent news & tit bits for our members here.

 

 

Next Club Meeting
Thursday 11 August

August 2016 Competition
Fire, Smoke or Steam - Print


CPSinc Club Rules here.


Next Club Outing

Saturday 30 July Sunday 31 July
Relay for Life

See Happenings page for up to date details.


Membership Form 2016/17


cairns photography society, queensland australia

 

CPSinc Club Meetings
Comino House - Edge Hill


2nd Thursday each month
Arrive 6.45 for 7pm start
7pm - 9.30pm

Map & Directions

Comins House Edge Hill - Cairns Qld Australila

Monthly Meetings held at
Cominos House
27 Greenslopes Street
Cnr Little StreetEdge Hill 4870 Qld


Visitors are welcome.


Proudly supported by Garricks Camera House - Cairns

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Jackie Hammer


Joy Melchiori


Ingrid Douglas


Hans Schmidt


Larry Russell


Sharon Reisinger


Tim Warnock

CPSinc Cairns Photography society