Monthly Archives: February 2019

James Bay Window Wanderland

Last weekend (22-24 February) many photographers, including some from our Club, participated in the James Bay – Winter Wanderland. The local organizer, Terry Loeppky, may have spoken to some of you while you were out photographing the window displays. Terry is looking for high res images of the event to share with the international organization… Read More »


The Victoria Arts Council (VAC) is putting together their annual LOOK SHOW, which runs April 6th to April 28th. Deadline to submit is March 31st. VAC is the organization that is providing Victoria Camera Club with gallery space for our print show. They have a massive show space and are receptive to photography prints up… Read More »

2019 Print Show

You’re invited to see a juried collection of photographic prints made by members of the VCC. Our 2019 Print Show will be held at the Victoria Arts Council’s gallery, 1800 Store Street. Opening reception, April 20 from 2PM to 4PM. Running daily from April 19 through May 5, noon to 6PM. Closed Mondays.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year – 2019 Show at RBCM

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year, presented by the Natural History Museum, London, UK, returns to Victoria this month. Opening on February 15 it closes on March 24, 2019. This is the fifty-fourth presentation of this world-renowned international competition featuring images from around the world. It includes stunning images of animals, birds, insects, plants and… Read More »

2018-19 External Comps Report I

[CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO VCC NEWS] Results reported in 2018 Submitted by: Leah Gray The 2018 External competition year started off well, with 9 CAPA competitions, 10 PSA competitions and 5 additional competitions, for a total of 24 competitions. A busy year.. PSA Nature Round 1 (Oct., 2018) See the YouTube video. The year… Read More »

VCC President’s Message – February 2019

[CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO VCC WEBSITE] In trying to decide what my message for this month was going to be I discovered that this year marks the Victoria Camera Club’s 75thyear, a Diamond Anniversary. VCC was formed in 1944 by the union of the Victoria Photographic Society (est. 1941) and the Civil Service Camera… Read More »