About our club

Maitland Camera Club wishes to extend an invitation to all persons with a passion for photography. 

The Club enjoys a robust membership catering for all levels of photographers , some with vast experience,  whilst others are just beginning their journey.  

As a collective group, ideas and skills  are shared to the benefit of all members.

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About us

Where – Maitland Camera Club meets at Club Maitland City,  12

Arthur Street, Rutherford.

When – We meet on  the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Tuesday of the months of February through to December.

 A competition is held on the 1st Tuesday.

Talks, tutorials and workshops are held on the 2nd and 3rd Tuesdays.

All meetings start at 7 pm.

Petro holds a day class every Tuesday morning at the Club Maitland City – Emerald room between 10:00am and Noon. On the 4th Tuesday of the month an outing is planned.

Upcoming Events
7:00 pm Diane Schofield – Ice Photograph...
Diane Schofield – Ice Photograph...
Aug 20 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Please bring along :- Camera Macro Lens with Polarising filter Tripod Cable release If anyone has a light pad or slide viewing light box, could they please bring that as well.  If they have spare[...]
7:00 pm Photo Hunt @ Club Maitland City
Photo Hunt @ Club Maitland City
Sep 10 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
7:00 pm Set Subject – Three of a Kind – ... @ Club Maitland City
Set Subject – Three of a Kind – ... @ Club Maitland City
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
“Three of a Kind” let your imagination run wild. It could be in the form of a triptych (the 3 images would need to fit on the standard board size), triplets, cards, three of anything.
Recent Posts Archives

2019 MCC Program

Please click on the above ‘Download’ link to reveal the latest printable pdf programme.

by Sharron Leppien, June 13, 2019

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Maitland Camera Club is based at Club Maitland City in Maitland, NSW

Go to the about our club page for information on our club and what we do.

If you are looking for the Maitland International Salon of Photography then follow this link.

We belong to the Northern Photographic Federation

The full annual membership fee is $35.

About our Club

by MyPhotoClub Colin, December 1, 2015

Maitland Photography Hunt 2019

The aim of the Photo Hunt is to have members of the Maitland Camera Club wander the streets of Maitland armed with six themed categories and have a fun filled few hours with friends to hunt for images which they feel will suit each category. This will be done within a two week timeframe. Once the images are entered, they will be judged and a first prize for each category will be awarded.

This is an EDI entry only and due to this being a fun event, placings will not be added to Maitland Camera Clubs competition point score.


18th August-1st Sept photos are taken.

1st Sept is the last day photos can be submitted on line via the Maitland Camera Club website by 11:45pm.

1st Sept -9th Sept photos will be judged.

10th Sept the images will be displayed and the judge will comment on each image and present each category winner with an award.



A pair




Up close


From the 18th of August the six categories and a map will be available on line via the Maitland Camera Club’s website. You then have two weeks to wander around Maitland to find and take photos within those categories. You can enter up to two images per category but you do not have to enter all categories if you don’t want to.

How you interpret each category is totally up to you. You can be straight forward, think outside the box or be as creative as you like, except for monochrome, this must be in black and white or in varying tones of only one colour.

 Getting a small group together is a great idea for a fun few hours if you feel so inclined, and for safety reasons it would be preferable if you were with at least one other person to keep you company. The most important thing is to have fun.


Hunter River, Ken Tubmen Drive, New England Highway, traffic lights and the corner of High Street and New England Highway.

Terms and Conditions

EDI images only which is uploaded via Maitland Camera Club’s website.

Up to two images per category and enter as many or as few categories as you like.

Image title should be the same as the file name.

File size limits are the same as Maitland Camera Club’s competition nights. 1920 pixels wide and 1200 pixels high when viewed with correct orientation, and no larger than 2mb with the format being RGB and JPEG.

Late entries will not be accepted and you must stay within the allocated boundaries.

Awards First place winners from each category will receive a certificate and a voucher to the value of $20 and the overall winner will also receive a Qubie Light as well as the $20 voucher.

The red dots represent the boundaries for the photo hunt

Sue joy has generously offered to coordinate the annual photo hunt for the 3rd year running. Please direct all enquires to sue_joy@bigpond.com or ask Sue via the MCC Members only facebook page.

by Sharron Leppien, August 14, 2019

Results for competitions in July – Open

There were 7 entries that gained our highest award(s).

Members can view all images and comment on them by following this link
View / Comment entries in

Grahame Smith – 14
Open Colour Large Print

Brad Le Brocque – 15
Open Colour Large Print

Margaret Callister – 15
Open Mono Large Print

Carolyn Long – 15
Open Small Print

Ernie Goulding – 15
Creative Large Print

Peter Ryan – 15
Open Digital

Heather Colgate – 14
Open Digital

by Petro Holowinskyj, July 4, 2019

APS Cup individual results and downloadable Catalog

Maitland placed 11th narrowly missing out on the placings.

The Club requires a Competition director who is responsible for rallying up the members to submit images to 2 Association Competitions each year. The APS Cup ( we came 6th last year) and the FCC Top Shot. If you think that you are the person for the job please contact me and I will outline what is required. This is not a difficult job, nor a time consuming one, it is simple task that requires one to gather images from our members through out the and put them together. We will have an experienced judging panel to make the final selection for submission. So, if you think that you would like to take on this role and learn a bit more on how Camera Clubs work just shoot me an email or call me. Please!!! 🙂

Below is the link to the PDF File of the Catalogue.

Sharron Leppien

Webmaster – Maitland Camera Club

by Sharron Leppien, June 23, 2019

Nooroo, Mt Wilson – Spring Wonder

Dear Member,

This could be of interest so you. Maybe wander around solo or get a group together for a lovely day out.

by Sharron Leppien, June 20, 2019

Camera House is Moving!!!!

by Sharron Leppien, June 18, 2019

Sunday the 14th of July 2019 NPF Programme

by Sharron Leppien, June 18, 2019

Saturday the 13th of July 2019 – NPF Programme

by Sharron Leppien, June 18, 2019

Club Maitland City Membership Renewal

Advice may already be given to you all regarding membership renewal for Club Maitland City bowling club.  For outstanding members, renewal is to be by 30th June 2019.  For new members, it’s imperative that you join the club, as our camera club is aligned for insurance purposes.  I also document each member’s number to ensure records are current, as my role of membership secretary requires.  Normal membership is only $5 annually and completed on the spot at the reception desk.  Thank you all for undertaking this matter.


Membership Secretary

by Jennifer Muscat, May 7, 2019

Chinese Gardens Day Trip


On Tuesday the 23rd of April, Petro is leading a members group to the Chinese Gardens of Friendship at Pier Street, Darling Harbour.

Admission is Adult $6, Senior is $4.50

Petro will be in the 2nd carriage from the front on the train from Hamilton to Central Station. The train will be departing at approximately 6:40 am from Hamilton Station. All interested members are asked to contact Petro on 4949 9036 or 0457347225 or email peterthesinister@bigpond.com to register their interest.

All members are invited to attend and please check individual train timetables for a more accurate schedule.

by Sharron Leppien, April 15, 2019