Meetings are informal and include workshops on camera and imaging techniques and talks by experienced photographers.
The club meets at Southwick Community Centre at 7.30pm every Thursday from September to June.
Committee member John Ellis said: “Membership is open to anyone interested in photography, at whatever level from beginner to experienced.
“The club also organises regular photo-shoots throughout the year to places of interest and members are encouraged to enter their images into club competitions.
“Anyone interested in becoming a member is invited to join us at one of our meetings where they will be given a warm welcome.”
One of the recent photo-shoots saw members exploring Petworth Park and a range of images was produced.
The club was formed in 1952 and regular meetings have been held at the Southwick Community Centre ever since.
The objective is to bring together people who are interested in all branches of photography in a sociable and instructive environment.
One of the main aims is to encourage members to produce pictures, whether they be Digital Projected Images (PDI) or prints produced from film or digital files.
Visit the camera club website at www.southwickcameraclub.co.uk for more details.
Tonight’s meeting is a PDI knockout competition, judged by club members.