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The Quiet Life Camera Club > Submissions are open to photographers of all levels. To become a member is simple, all you have to do is upload a few photos you’ve taken using the simple steps below > Your image MUST be a JPEG, and MUST be no taller than 650 pixels, no wider than 1000 pixels and a resolution of 72 dpi saved as RGB, other wise we will be unable to post your picture. The download will not complete
 if the file is too large, or if it is not a JPG image type.

About the Camera Club

The Camera Club is a project we started because we love photography.
Here at The Quiet Life, we are extreme photography enthusiasts, and we wanted to create a place online where photographers from around the world, of all levels, could submit their own, favourite photos, to become an instant member of the Club. Bringing together different tastes and styles from photographers globally, shooting film and digitial across all formats of cameras, uniting them together in one club.

Submissions are open to photographers of all levels. To become a member is simple, all you have to do is just upload a few photos you’ve taken to us using the simple steps outlined under the JOIN – BECOME A MEMBER Link you see in the centre of this page.

Your image MUST be a JPG, and MUST be smaller than 500kb. The download will not complete
 if the file is too large, or if it is not a JPG image type.

By emailing photos to us, you grant us the right to show your photos on this website, if your photo(s) are chosen for the next issue of our book – we will contact you via the email address you provided above asking for a higher-resolution version of the image. Unfortunately, not all submitted photos will be displayed on this site or will be published in the next issue of “The Camera Club” book. We apologize for this, but we receive so many submissions that we can not fit them all in. Your name and e-mail address will go into our database, and you will recieve “Camera Club” updates from time to time.

If you have any problems or questions, send an e-mail to cameraclub@thequietlife.com

The main focus with the Camera Club is our online gallery, but in previous years we have started to take some of our favourite submissions and put them in book form. We’ve published 2 collections of Camera Club images so far.

The second focus of the Camera Club, is to share some our favourite photo submissions through The Quiet Life’s main seasons clothing collections. With in each main seasons collection, we produce at least four exclusive Camera Club t shirts from the best of the most recent Camera Club online submissions. Some times we may also include an exclusive Camera Club fleece or long sleeve t too. Every exclusive piece will have its own printed description of the photographer on the shirt and special swing tag with information too.

We are going to continue to add new Camera Club items each new season. And even collaborate with special photographers to create mini capsule collections as exclusive releases, and special photography events too.

Thanks for your interest in The Quiet Life Camera Club. We hope you decide to join!

PLEASE NOTE: NOT ALL IMAGES SUBMITTED TO OUR CLUB WILL BE PUT UP IN OUR ONLINE GALLERY OR BE PUBLISHED IN PAST OR FUTURE CAMERA CLUB BOOKS. WE RECEIVE SO MANY IMAGES THAT THERE IS AN EDITING PROCESS. YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED IF AN IMAGE IS USED ONLINE OR TO BE USED IN AN UPCOMING PUBLICATION. THANKS!!!

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Justin Visnesky
“Eliot, Zombie”
Contax 139 Quartz / Kodak Gold 400
Ryan Viertel
“Harbour Bridge”
Nikon 60d
yeah.
Ronn Tan Hsien Han
“Morning Dew”
Huawei Mate S
Nature is something we must cherish, not perish.
Chris Muth
“Horizon”
canon 70d
the sun is wild in the fall
Josh Dutton
“Untitled_49”
Kiernan Grissom
“Bozeman Ave”
Photo of downtown Bozeman taken for Montana Beach Association.
Josh Dutton
“Untitled_47”
Clinton Lawrey
“Legs”
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Quinn Standley
“Quinn Standley | Early”
D5100
Yaki Point Grand Canyon September, 6:00 AM
the quiet life camera club Aaron Shipley | antiquated
Aaron Shipley
“Aaron Shipley | antiquated”
iPhone 5s
the quiet life camera club Tinus Odendaa | Zebra in balck and white
Tinus Odendaa
“Tinus Odendaa | Zebra in balck and white”
Canon EOS40D
I loved the backlighting around the zebra, the monochrome effect accentuated it better. Taken in 2009 in South Africa
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Michael Owooje
“Michael Owooje | Untitled_2”
Canon 6D 85 1.2 L
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Paul Mai
“Paul Mai | HWY 1”
Leica Mini II / HP5
35mm life
the quiet life camera club Joshua Collins | Pendennis
Joshua Collins
“Joshua Collins | Pendennis”
canon 600d
the quiet life camera club Derek Corneau | 500
Derek Corneau
“Derek Corneau | 500”
Canon AE-1 / Fuji Superia
500
the quiet life camera club Ben McCrory | Deep Blue
Ben McCrory
“Ben McCrory | Deep Blue”
Nikon d5300
Waking up early pays off. No colors were enhanced in any way.
the quiet life camera club Mowgli | Untitled_2
Mowgli
“Mowgli | Untitled_2”
Digital
Adventuring around Treasure Island
the quiet life camera club Jesse Hunniford | utopia
Jesse Hunniford
“Jesse Hunniford | utopia”
canon mark ii 24-105
the quiet life camera club Roger Allen | grey
Roger Allen
“Roger Allen | grey”
Nikon F 90 X / Film
the quiet life camera club Adison MacDonald | Family Trippin
Adison MacDonald
“Adison MacDonald | Family Trippin”
Pentax ME Super / Kodac 400
Photo of my dad on a recent family trip to Tofino BC
the quiet life camera club Kees Wilcox | Tomales Bay
Kees Wilcox
“Kees Wilcox | Tomales Bay | 14 | 6.8.15”
Minolta Maxxum 7000 | Kodak GOLD 200
Jaushua Rombaoa | Submerged
Jaushua Rombaoa
“Jaushua Rombaoa | Submerged”
Sony A7
the quiet life camera club ARNOLD J FRANCO | VICTORIA AVE
ARNOLD J FRANCO
“ARNOLD J FRANCO | VICTORIA AVE”
iPhone6
beauty & beast
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Derek Corneau
“Derek Corneau | The Banyan Tree Motel”
Canon AE-1 / Fuji Superia
The Banyan Tree Motel (st. pete, florida)
the quiet life camera club Joe Walmsley theatre
Joe Walmsley
“Joe Walmsley | Theatre”
Homemade Pinhole Box Camera
We live in a world of film and digital. Why not combine the two? Homemade pinhole shoebox cam with IPhone 5c to capture the image. Now I wanna watch a movie.
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Scott Hayward
“Scott Hayward | Chair Lines”
the quiet life camera club - kellen_dengler
Kellen Dengler
“Kellen Dengler | Bridge at Night”
the quiet life camera club - anthony_arevalo
Anthony Arevalo
“Anthony Arevalo | City Nights”
the quiet life camera club - carter_bourassa
Carter Bourassa
“Carter Bourassa | In the Gardens”
the quiet life camera club - adrian_luna
Adrian Luna
“Adrian Luna | The Valleys”
the quiet life camera club - jeffrey_schultze
Jeffrey Schultze
“Jeffrey Schultze | Through the Fields”
the quiet life camera club - rik_cotterill
Rik Cotterill
“Rik Cotterill | High Up”
the quiet life camera club - daniel_salgado
Daniel Salgado
“Daniel Salgado | Sagebush”
the quiet life camera club - jacob_vasquez
Jacob Vasquez
“Jacob Vasquez | Searching Sounds”
the quiet life camera club - jarred_mcknight
Jarred Mcknight
“Jarred Mcknight | In the distance”
the quiet life camera club - patrick_clarke
Patrick Clarke
“Patrick Clarke | Boats on dock”
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Sebastian Allen
“Sebastian Allen | Hanging Out”
the quiet life camera club - alida_bea
Alida Bea
“Alida Bea | She Rockstar”
the quiet life camera club - josh_dutton
Josh Dutton
“Josh Dutton | The Statue”
the quiet life camera club - sean_algaier
Sean Algaier
“Sean Algaier | Sunsetting Ocean”
the quiet life camera club - paul_mai
Paul Mai
“Paul Mai | Fenced Power”
the quiet life camera club - jim_grossman
Jim Grossman
“Jim Grossman | Animal texture”
the quiet life camera club - amir_muzafar
Amir Muzafar
“Amir Muzafar | B&W Paradise”
the quiet life camera club - Kaleb Jordan
Kaleb Jordan
“Kaleb Jordan | Lake Sunset”
the quiet life camera club - Pedro Barrera
Pedro Barrera
“Pedro Barrera | Rock Out”
the quiet life camera club - Adison Macdonald
Adison Macdonald
“Adison Macdonald | Pentax view”