Welcome to the Crosstown Camera Club

Whether you are just starting out in photography or are an experienced professional, Crosstown Camera Club is a great place to sharpen your skills, share ideas and socialize with others who share a passion for the art of print and digital photography. Our meetings throughout the year provide opportunities to:

  • Develop, improve photographic techniques (photo capture and post-processing).
  • Learn design, emotional impact, storytelling and other fine-art techniques.
  • Socialize with other photographers.
  • Participate in monthly digital and print salons critiqued by experienced judges.
  • Gain photography-related insights from guest speakers at monthly programs.
  • Join members on photography field trips.

For more information, refer to the General Information menu to the right and click on About Our Club.

Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month, September through May (with the exception of December when we have our annual holiday party). The meetings include digital or print salon competitions and photographic presentations. Guests are welcome but you must be paid members to compete in the monthly salons.


December 21, 2017 CCC’s Holiday Party!!

It’s that time of the year to get together for our social Holiday Party.

For Members Only: The party will be Thursday, December 21, beginning at 6:30 p.m., at Kathy and Tom Hara’s home in Maple Grove. Email Kathy Hara to let her know if you are attending, if you will be bringing your spouse or a guest, and to get directions.

Here is what to bring:
1. Food to share (hors d’oeuvres, casserole, dessert, or whatever).
2. Wine if you like. Kathy will provide non-alcoholic beverages & beer.
3. If you wish to participate, one of your own photos that has been printed, matted and gift wrapped to put under the tree for our gift exchange! (Bring a photo, get a photo.)



Upcoming Club Meetings We have some great speakers and interesting topics lined up for the club.

January – Rikk Flohr will be our speaker. He will be talking about some of the changes with Adobe’s photo editing program and answer questions relative to photo editing. See Rikk’s Website

March – We will have John Gregor talking about “Digital Printing” Check out Coldsnap Photography

April – Michael Gilligan presents “A Street Photographer’s Experience” Visit Michael’s website

May – Cynthia Fleury will tell us about “Shooting with Drones” Cynthia Fleury Photography



Photo Ops – Let’s get out shooting


Culture, Chicken Feet and Conical Hats
A Photography Exhibit by Peter Wong at
The Anderson Center
163 Tower View Drive
Red Wing, MN
Tel – 651-388-2009

Opening night reception – Feb 2nd 2018 from 6-9pm
The show will run through March 30th 2018


November Salon Winning Topic Image: The Watcher by Thomas Moehn

First Place - The Watcher by Thomas Moehn



November Salon Winning Open Image: Mesquite Flat Dunes by David Suggs

First Place Mesquite Flat Dunes by David Suggs



Rocky Mountain School of Photography Workshop Coming to the Twin Cities next March

A two day workshop called Crafting the Perfect Image will take place March 3-4, 2018 with instructor Tim Cooper. This workshop will teach you the beginning aspects of working with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop in seamless combination to turn your existing images into fine works of art.

For members of Crosstown Camera Club, RMSP is extending a special discount of $50 off the tuition by using code CC2018 at time of registration. This course is limited to just 20 students. Registration can be done online or by calling RMSP at (800) 394-7677.

For more information and a short video check out the website Crafting The Perfect Image workshop



Peter Wong is offering Two Photography Workshops in May 2018


Click on the poster to see it full size



Crosstown’s top images are now on display at Edina City Hall

The top 12 year-end award-winning images from Crosstown’s 2016—17 season are being featured now through September 2018 in the Edina City Hall, 4801 W. 50th St, Edina, MN 55424. The photos are available for viewing in the Community Room during regular business hours (but best over the noon hour when the room is less prone to be in use). Enter city hall, walk up the stairs and head straight back to find the Community Room.