About the Duluth-Superior Camera Club


DSCC History:

Founded in 1933 by avid photography enthusiast Dr. Frank H. Connor the Duluth/Superior Camera Club was originally called the Camera Pictorialists of Duluth.   By 1937 the members decided to change the name of the club to the Duluth Camera Club.  In 1965 the club became affiliated with the North Central Camera Club Council (N4C) and has been an active member ever since.  With an ever growing membership, in 1997 the name was changed to the Duluth/Superior Camera Club.   Today our membership ranges from the young to the young at heart with experience levels from amateur to professional.  However, the one thing we all have in common is the need to continue learning and the willingness to help our peers.

DSCC Philosophy:


Members of the Duluth/Superior Camera Club share a love of photography.  The club's purpose is to be among others who share that same passion, and to grow as individuals in our knowledge and skill.  As stated in the club's constitution, for the "enjoyment, mastery, and furtherance of photography through cooperation, effort, and good fellowship."

DSCC Meetings:

If you have ever had a question about photography, a photograph you wanted feedback on, or just wanted to talk photography, then the DSCC is the place for you.  DSCC can provide you with an opportunity to improve your skills, expand your knowledge, challenge yourself creatively, and provide a forum to share what you have learned or previous experiences.

We formally invite you to attend one of our meetings held every third Tuesday, September through May, from 7:00pm - 9:00pm (with a special banquet in December and June).  Our meetings are held at Bethany Baptist Church, 6700 Grand Avenue, Duluth, MN.

Bethany Baptist Church in Duluth MN © Deb Carroll

Bethany Baptist Church in Duluth MN © Deb Carroll