Photography Club of Cape May Events for 2019

Updated 01/09/19

Here's the scheduled meeting and event dates for 2019. Small group meetings and shoots will be added as they evolve.

Check back for changes and additions and check the Blog Page for more details.

The 2019 calendar is being planned and is beginning to fill out! If you have ideas or suggestions for activities, speakers or photo shoots for 2019 get them to Dottie soon. We are hoping to have more evening events next year.


Watch for Dottie's HEADS UP! emails and check the Facebook page too.

January 7th, 1:00-3:00 Our speaker is long time friend to the club Eric Weeks, (and probably Karen Michael), who will demonstrate and lead us through the complex world of Commercial Photography. He wanted to do it “on site” so We will meet at Willow Creek Winery, 168 Stevens Road, Cape May at 1:00pm sharp. We’ll get some tapas and their wonderful bottles of wine (with a Rooster) and watch, then try our hand at capturing food in a special way, ie food, colorful wine bottles, wine barrels, shiny bar, fireplace, etc.!

Thanks to Eric and Karen for another wonderful presentation. Thanks to willow Creek Winery for hosting and being so photographic!


January 20th-21st, late-night, There is a full "supermoon" on this night accompanied by an eclipse! Sound like a great photo-op weather permitting. Keep an eye on your email and Facebook for possible meetups.

February 4th, 6:00pm, Clubhouse

Scott Wheaton workshop
Table top/ Still Life Light Painting

February 20th, 1:00pm, 201 South Broadway, CM
Macro/Close Up
Workshop Bottles

May, date tbd, private guided walking tour of some Mural Art of Philadelphia

May 6th, Time and details tbd

Frank Smith just confirmed the date for a Photo Walk through Cape May! Those of us who heard Frank’s engaging talk last June were most impressed with his artistry and presentation. He is an experienced photowalk and workshop leader and is excited to visit us again, this time with a more hands-on approach. He will most certainly give us a unique perspective on our home town of Cape May. If you missed Frank’s visit with us last June, I just came upon this recent interview he gave at Adorama Photo in NYC. In it Frank covers some of the information he shared in his Photography Club of Cape May appearance. Frank T Smith Photographer - Inside The Photographers Mind You can also check Frank’s website for more information about his work here: Frank Smith Photography You should plan early to try to make this date! It should be a real treat!