Hi Everyone, as you all know with COVID-19 out there, all meetings are subject to last minute changes.  Our next in person meeting is dependent on when the library will open and when they start scheduling group meetings again. TBD

Chasco Camera Club is a group of photographers who meet twice a month at 1:00 PM on the first and third Tuesday of the month at the Hudson Library located at 8012 Library Road in Hudson, Florida.  (Note: We only meet once a month for the summer months: June, July and August for training or workshops.  We meet on the first Tuesday of each summer months;  Also, meeting times and locations are subject to change.)   

Our members have experience at all levels - from professionals to beginners - and we are dedicated to our chosen love of capturing the view from our eye to the camera.  Members specialize in all types of photography, including Black & White, Infrared, Digital and Computer Enhanced photography.

NEW!  Joe Constantino’s work is now permanently on display at the Heckscher Museum in Huntington, NY


New!  Gallery of the Month for May is by Doug and Cheri Halstead

New!  Here are Results for the May 26 competition.  Held On-line 

New! Photography Online YouTube show  this is a set of new training video’s.

Competitions are our essence. We have developed a system over a forty year period wherein each member may submit monthly up to twelve images (six digital and six print). Fellow club members judge them and one experienced member, skilled in both the photographic arts and oral communication, critiques them. In this way we learn from each other and grow our photographic skills together. We have a monthly assignment and the best entry in both the digital and print assignment category is designated “photo of the month”. In honor of our member, we display below the most recent photo of the month:

Competition for May 26th 2020

Digital Photo of the Month

Assignment - ’The Color Yellow'


 by Rod VanHorenweder

Above and Beyond, Leepa-Rattner Museum Recognition for Joe Constantino

NEW! Here is the link to a good introduction to light painting: A Basic Guide to Light Painting Photography   Link to Workshop Photos

We welcome new members and encourage you to visit any of our meetings. For more information regarding meetings and club activities, please use the form on the "Contact Us" page to send us an e-mail.  Thank you for your interest in the Chasco Camera Club - we look forward to hearing from you.

I only know how to approach a place by walking. For what does a street photographer do but walk and watch and wait and talk, and then watch and wait some more, trying to remain confident that the unexpected, the unknown, or the secret heart of the known awaits jst around the corner. - Alex Webb

Club History

On September 4, 1973, the first meeting of the “Chasco Camera Club” was held at the Recreation Center in New Port Richey, Florida. Fourteen members in attendance presented an interesting display of their slides and prints. Although the location of club meetings has changed over the years, the club has continued to grow, and at present, has 40 members meeting the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Hudson Library (Subject to change).

The club participates competitively in the Florida Camera Club Council (FCCC). Displays of county wide, as well as worldwide images, have been held at the City Hall of New Port Richey and Zephyrhills, Government Centers at New Port Richey and Dade City, Pasco Hernando Community College, Tarpon Springs Heritage Museum, in addition to local libraries. 

In 2016, we developed and conducted educational workshops both in the field and at our library meeting facility, featuring such diverse subjects as portraiture, controlling and managing outdoor and indoor light, architectural photography, wildlife photography and utilizing lens blurring and background.

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We love educational workshops

The goal is not to change your subjects, but for the subject to change the photographer.  ~Author Unknown

Photography is a way of  feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever…it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything. - Aaron Sussman

All photographic images on this web site are copyrighted © by the individual photographers, and may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form in any medium without specific, written permission.