As a professional, you will need to mingle and interact with other professionals in your line of work for various reasons. For example, you can interact to share experiences, exchange ideas of even look for referrals for jobs or other things that concern your profession. You can interact with your peer professionals by joining groups and clubs that have the same goal as you. This article will call to attention a few clubs that photographers can join and interact with their fellow Photographers.
Sydney Photography Club
The group was founded by Pania, a professional photographer, a visual artist who co-owns 1A photography Studio and Christopher G. who has worked as a director, a curator and a salesman beside being a photographic artist. The group has a total of 8,914 members.
Pennant Hills Photographic Club
This is a medium-sized club with around 60 members. They run a mentorship program for new members to enable them to learn the capabilities of their cameras. All members know each other, and they help each other challenge themselves and get the best out of themselves and their cameras.
Sydney Street photographers
The group was created by Richard and 22 other photographers and has a population of 3,842 members. Their goal is to promote street photography and cultural engagement. They support and help each to other improve their skills without awkwardness and intimidation of any form.
Sydney photography training
This group has 1,181 members. It was founded by Ashley S. She is a photographer who has worked with some of the biggest brands across the world as a content creator for social media networks. She runs photography classes every first Saturday of the month, where she equips amateur photographers with advice and techniques she has acquired over her many years of experiences. You will learn about setting up your Camera, capturing and editing photos and even fashion editorial photoshoot among many other techniques.