The SHARP SHOOTERS CAMERA CLUB is located in Montpelier, Idaho.  Founded in 2001, the club has greatly increased interest in photography in the Bear Lake Valley.  Members share their knowledge in monthly photography workshops or entertainment meetings and display their work in several locations in southeast Idaho.  For information call 208 847 2075 or e-mail
The ALAMEDA PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY is located in Alameda California.  Founded in 1940, the club holds monthly competitions for members of all skill levels as well as field trips and workshops.  APS has always stayed up to date with advances in photographic technology and has shifted their focus toward digital photography.  You can visit their web site for meeting information and more.
The ROCKY MOUNTAIN PHOTO COUNCIL is a regional organization of Camera Clubs.  The Sharp Shooters Camera Club is a charter member.  Click here to learn about activities of other RMPC clubs.
The Eastern Idaho Photographic Society of Idaho Falls is a photography club for amateur and professional photographers.  Educational presentations and positive critique of photographer's images are the formats of the clubs bi-monthly meetings.
The Wasatch Camera Club of Salt Lake City, Utah has a wide range of activities for all photographers from beginner to advanced and professional.  They meet the third Thursday of each month.
Cache Valley Chapter of the Photographers Adventure Club of Logan, Utah meet frequently and have a large membership.  Check their web site for current activities.
The Portneuf Valley Photographic Society of Pocatello, Idaho meets every fourth Thursday, has frequent photo safaris, and an annual juried show with entries from throughout the region.
The Teton Photography Group is a very active club located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and is open to the public.