The purpose of an Evaluation Group is to have an avenue to share your images in an informal setting and to receive comments from a mentor and/or other members of the group. The comments often pertain to the impact, composition, technical aspects and editing of the image and ways to improve the image. There are […]
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The Toronto Digital Photography Club (formerly the Toronto Guild for Photographic Art) was originally established in 1947 as the Toronto Guild for Colour Photography. It is one of Canada’s premier camera clubs with a rich history and one of the oldest camera clubs in Toronto.
The club is home to many talented and successful photographers, both amateur and professional. Regardless of your skill level, membership in our club offers many opportunities to improve your photography, meet people with a common interest in various genres of photography, share ideas and participate in fun and friendly photography outings.
Guests are always welcome. So if you are thinking of joining the club, check out the calendar here for an upcoming event of interest and let us know you’d like to drop by. We would be happy to have you join us. You will be glad you did.
Please note: On evenings where we have a guest speaker, there is a $10.00 cover charge at the door for non-members.
Anthony Schtazky’s document titled “Everything You Wanted To Know About Competitions But Were Afraid To Ask” has been added to the Club Library under Competitions Rules and Regulations. If you missed his presentation, take a look to see what our club competitions are all about.
TDPC club member, Kelly Paul has compiled a video that traces TDPC’s history back to it’s roots in 1947. Take a stroll down memory lane and check out what has changed and what has stayed the same over the years.