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About the Great Neck Camera Club
Collage of Members Work
  • Encouraging the highest levels of artistic photographic expression for more than 50 years
  • Sharpening photography skills of members
  • Providing competitions to stimulate and motivate
  • Giving helpful feedback to those desiring a critique from discerning experts
  • Developing friendships among people with a passion for photography
Who are we? Founded in 1951 by a handful of friends, GNCC now has over 150 members across all age groups, varied backgrounds and skill levels, from advanced to novice.
What happens in the GNCC? Work is done in different formats (color slides, black white prints, color prints, digital photos etc) and can cover subjects as challenging as the mind can imagine. In addition to workshops, lectures, travel shows and presentations, GNCC provides members a platform to improve their skills. Constructive criticism is offered via monthly critiques and friendly competitions judged by qualified experts.
When does the GNCC meet? Members meet Thursday evenings at Great Neck Library in Great Neck. In addition, members take field trips throughout the year to places of interest in the New York area. These trips provide an opportunity to experiment with different lenses and techniques, and to capture different locations and subject matter.
Where does the GNCC meet? Meetings:
Great Neck Library
159 Bayview Avenue
Great Neck, NY 11023
How do people join? Annual membership is $35.00 payable by check to Great Neck Camera Club. Contact Milton Posner, Treasurer, at 57 Radnor Road, Great Neck, NY 11023 (telephone 516-466-8588)