Founded in 1953 the Lakeshore Camera Club (LCC) embraces photographers of all skill levels, from the novice to professional. The club is an engaging and friendly mix of enthusiasts that foster an atmosphere of friendship and learning.
LCC Members are exposed to a wide variety of subject matter and styles enabling them to learn new skills and grow in the art of making images. It is a platform for photographers of all ages to find inspiration and move their photographic vision to new heights.
Our club provides ample opportunity to interact with other members. We encourage a free exchange of ideas on both the artistic and technical aspects of our craft. Photographers of all styles and abilities are encouraged to come and participate in our weekly gatherings.
Meetings start at 8:00 PM and are held most Monday evenings from September to June at Stewart Hall, 176 Lakeshore Road, Pointe-Claire, QC, H9S 4C7.
Sixty five years ago a group of photographers, led by J.W. Clark, came together to form The Lakeshore Camera Club in what was then the rural West Island of Montreal. With the goal of sharing their love of photography, and an interest to learn from each other, The Lakeshore Camera Club was created as a place where people could come to hear stories, view great images, and share their own experiences in the world of photography.