The Racine Camera Club

Welcome to the Racine Camera Club. We are a group of photographers in the Racine, WI area with a wide range of skills, from beginners to advanced amateurs and a few professionals.

We all share a common love and passion for photography, whether it be landscape, portrait, macro, action, still life, night or even astrophotography. Images created by our members can be found all over this website. All of the images in the random banner at the top of our pages were created by RCC members. We present galleries of images from our competitions and outings, as well as some members' personal galleries of images.

You can also find us on Facebook:

Attending & Joining

We invite anyone who has an interest in photography to attend our meetings, no matter what your skill, knowledge or experience level might be. You do not have to be a paying member to attend our meetings. However, you do have to be member to compete in our semi-annual competitions or to hold an elected office in the club.

Related Organizations

RCC is a member club of the Wisconsin PSA, which is a chapter of the Photographic Society of America (PSA). We are also a member club of Wisconsin Area Camera Club Organization (WACCO).

Our Meetings

The club meets the second Thursday of every month, September through June, from 7 PM to 9 PM.

Due to COVID-19, our meetings are currently being held through Zoom.    All club members with their dues current will receive an email with the meeting invitation.    If you just want to attend to see what the club is about, please send an email to for an invitation.  

Upcoming Meeting Dates:
      December 9, 2021
      January 13, 2020
      February 10, 2020
      March 10, 2020
      April 14, 2020
      May 12, 2020
      June 9, 2020

Member Highlights

If one of your passions is photographing nature, we have an outstanding web site for you. Gerry DeBoer, one of our former members, has created a great website, "The Wandering Naturalist" that you will want to check out. (Former member because the commute from Colorado to come to our metings` is just a bit longer than he is willing to make)

Besides a blog about his photography, he has created a map that contains hundreds of birding sites, national wildlife refuges, state parks and forests, nature study and observation sites, lighthouses and general photographic points of interest.

So far, most of the locations are in the US and Canada, but he is expanding it to include locations around the world.

If you spend more than a few minutes on the site, you will probably have your next several vacations planned out.