PSA is the largest organization of its kind in the world and caters to
both amateurs and professionals in all areas of photography. The
Central Illinois Camera Clubs Association (CICCA) is a member of PSA.
CACCA is an Association open to all Camera Clubs located in the
Chicago Area, including Wisconsin and Indiana that wish to actively participate in CACCA activities.
The Shutterbug Camera Club is also a member of CICCA and is also a member of The North Central Camera Club Council (N4C). They are
based out of Burlington, Iowa and serve most of southeastern Iowa.
Encourages and promotes the appreciation, study, cultivation, development, and practice of the Arts in McLean County. An independent 501c3 non-profit organization, it is the arts agency for McLean County
The Central Illinois Camera Club Association is a Proud Member of the
Photographic Society of America and links many clubs from around the
Midwestern United States together. CICCA also provides two competitions per year for member clubs to compete with each other.
The Champaign County Camera Club was founded in November, 1935, on the campus of the University of Illinois as the Photon Camera Club. After several name changes, it became known as the Champaign County Camera Club.
The Peoria Camera Club (PCCC) was created in 1954 for the exchange of ideas and information relating to the art, techniques, skills, and vision of people who share a similar interest in photography.
The Springfield 35 Camera Club is another member of CICCA. They are based out of Springfield, IL.
Founded in 2004, The Center for Fine Art Photography is a nonprofit organization supported by donations, grants, and memberships. With offices, classrooms, and two galleries in Fort Collins, Colorado, the Center currently has more than 1,300 members representing 33 countries worldwide.