Mission Statement

To develop and enhance the photographic experience
of our members through monthly meetings, competitions,
workshops, and field trips — and to have a great time!

Club Bylaws

Come and join Photochromers!

Episcopal Church of the Ascension
25 E. Laurel Ave.
Sierra Madre, CA  91024

2nd Mondays
6:30 – 7:00 p.m. — Mixer to meet other Photographers
7:00 – 9:00 p.m. — Meeting with Photo Critique by Projector

4th Mondays
6:30 – 7:00 p.m. — Mixer to meet other photographers
7:00 – 9:00 p.m. — Meeting with a Presentation, Workshop, Speaker, Photo Shoot, or other Special Event.

Before the meetings, members can meet us for dinner at “The Only Place In Town”

American, Mexican and Pasta Dishes
110 Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Hours: Open today · 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Phone: 626-355-3502

Meet in the Library room to the left and toward the rear after you enter.

The restaurant is very close to the church where we have our meeting. Convenient for everyone.


Almost the same directions as getting to the Church of the Ascension north of Sierra Madre Blvd.

N. Baldwin Avenue was, sometime in the distant past, shifted at Foothill Blvd. so it is offset. Perhaps an ancient earthquake did this ;>).

Coming from the East on the 210 freeway–Take  Baldwin Avenue Sierra Madre Exit. continue on ramp to N. Baldwin Ave and head north.

Coming from the West on the 210 freeway–take Baldwin Ave exit and turn left onto N. Baldwin Avenue and head north to W. Foothill Blvd. Turn left onto W. Foothill Blvd. Turn right at N. Baldwin Avenue and head north.

Once going north on N. Baldwin Ave, proceed to Sierra Madre Blvd.
Turn left and go one long block to restaurant on left side of street.
It is across Sierra Madre Blvd from the end of Auburn Ave.



Annual membership is $40/person per calendar year.

Visitors and guests are welcome with free admission for up to 2 meetings.

To share photographs at more than one critique meeting, you must be a dues paying member.



— Meetings with photography presentations, tutorials, and critique of member images.

— Club workshops and instructional meetups.

— Individual and club competition in S4C (Southern California Council of Camera Clubs).

— Comeraderie and sharing tips and techniques with your fellow photographers.