Other New Zealand Camera Clubs & Societies
The Photographic Society of New Zealand (PSNZ) - Helping photographers of all levels grow. The Society acts as a public advocate for photography, its members and affiliated camera clubs throughout New Zealand. Great member benefits. The website provides information on national events and provides links to other clubs and photographers websites.
North Shore Photographic Society - One of Auckland's Camera Clubs
Rotorua Camera Club - Rotorua's Camera Club
Waikato Photographic Society - Hamilton's Camera Club
Club Members Personal Websites
Bill Hodges Photography - Sport, people, travel and wildlife images on Bill's Flickr pages
Carters Photographics - This family-owned business has been providing New Zealand's amateur and professional photographers with great service for 70 years. Talk to Matt or Terry about all your photography and camera needs.
42 Grey Street, Tauranga. Ph:578 9417
Suburbia - Photographic Studio for hire. With 45 square metres of white shooting space for photo and video. Facilities include a meeting room, offices, kitchen, communal area and the equipment you’ll need to bring your ideas to life.
Tauranga Photographic Society members receive a 10% discount on Suburbia studio and equipment rentals.
Gallery One Photo School - Photography Workshops and Photoshop Classes run by Trish & Alistair McAuslan
Legacy Trust - Established in 2007, the trust provides funding distributions for organisations and community projects throughout Tauranga.
Lightwave Gallery - Photography - Classes - Workshops and Tours run by Ken Wright
Photo & Video International - Photo&Video International is a Christchurch based photographic retailer and professional C-41 lab. They stock and sell new and used photographic and video equipment and also stock a complete range of accessories and consumables.
Guest Speaker Websites
Ewan Dunsmuir - Medium format landscape photographer
Exploring the Kaimai Bush - Natural History photography by Shirley Kerr
CMG Sport Action Images - Sports photography, workshops and Tuscany photography tours. Kevin Clarke
Greg Wilson - Mount Maunganui based photographer