Camera Club of the Philippines

The Oldest Photography Society in Asia
Established in 1928

Camera Club of the Philippines

Promoting camaraderie through regular meetings and photo contests.

Camera Club of the Philippines

Sharing Photography through local and foreign exhibits.

Camera Club of the Philippines

Exploring the Philippines and Asia with our On-The-Spot competitions.

Themed Competitions

Our monthly themed photo competitions are held from January to September using the following formats: Single Shot Colored Prints, Black and White Prints and Unrestricted Colored Prints. Awards are given to monthly winners, quarterly winners, format winners and an overall winner bearing the title Mastercup Photographer of the Year.

On The Spot Competitions

Every year, four destinations around the Philippines are chosen for our On The Spot (OTS) Competitions. In addition, we also hold one International OTS location within Asia. Awards are given to each OTS location winners and overall OTS winner bearing the title On The Spot Photographer of the Year.

Corporate Social Responsibility

What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal. Albert Pike

On January 28, 2018, members of the club headed by President Paul San Pedro flew to Legazpi, Albay and handed relief goods donated by members and CCP friends. CSR Chairman Adel Samson led the project in cooperation with his colleagues at the Legazpi Eye Center.

Intimate Images

Our Philippines: Intimate Images was published 2015 under President Fred Yuson. Launched during the 87th Anniversary, the book showcases each members’ unique vision and style in photography.

Publisher CGK Formaprint, Inc. won the PRINT EXCELLENCE AWARD under the Book Category.

Latest Posts

Trip the Light Fantastic in Tacloban

When the idea of having an OTS in Tacloban City was announced, there was this inescapable apprehension: has the city recovered from the ravages of Yolanda that we could be licensed to disturb its peace? The apprehension was unfounded however as we learned, even before...

Omeng Esguerra: A Lifetime of Craft Mastery

In the 1970's, Osmundo V. Esguerra (who was called "Omeng" for short by his relatives and friends) was a master artisan and art dealer who traversed the country in search of antique artworks and furniture. Because he wanted only excellent items to sell, he...

Exhibit: Memorable Journey

It was an awesome evening when Camera Club of the Philippines' Cuba team composed of Tilak Hettige, Armand Apuya, Jorge Buenaventura, Paul Resurreccion and Fred Yuson showed their ​photos to the public titled, "Cuba - A Memorable Journey" to CCP members...

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