In the SpotLight

April 13
Club Competition

Flowers are colorful, bright and readily available, so it's no wonder they're a popular subject for photographers; especially in Spring, which offers huge potential for those looking to shoot gorgeous plant and flower portraits. Whether in your garden, by the side of the road or in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park among the Spring wildflowers, this is an excellent subject for nature lovers.

Five Editors, One Photo
May 11

Do you wonder how others edit their photos? Now's your chance to find out. We'll have five of our members edit one of three or four photos by themselves. They'll keep notes and show us the steps they took in editing that photo. In a test run, we all learned some new tricks and we were surprised at the results. This should be an interesting meeting!

Nature Retakes Control
June 8,
Club Competition

Nature is the most powerful force on the planet, despite millennia of humans trying to tame it. If we disappeared tomorrow, it would take no time at all before our cities, roadways and intricate infrastructures were crawling with plants and animals. You can see this on a small scale in abandoned lots and derelict buildings. Give us your own example of ‘Nature Taking Control’ for this contest.

Our Library

We're building a library of CCOR information, tools and history files. Visit them in our library.

Who We Are, What We Do

Any Photo Enthusiast

We are a group of enthusiastic photographers of all ages and levels of experience. Our monthly meetings alternate between educational presentations and themed competitions. We also have a yearly Salon in October that has been around since 1947! You are welcome to attend our meetings.

Current Officers

When and Where

While the nation is fighting the Covic-19 virus, we will hold virtual meetings using Zoom. Links to the meetings will be included in the newsletters. The meetings are on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm, but enter the meeting at 7:00 to talk to CCOR members informally.