Introducing a new event: Photo Swap & Meet

With the New Year upon us there’s never been a better time to clean out your closets and cabinets of older photo equipment — especially now that it’s been updated with sweet new gear purchased during holiday sales events! To aid in the cleanup process, we’re putting together an equipment exchange (aka swap meet) that should be of benefit to everyone.

If all goes as planned, participants will be able to buy sell trade or even give away all types of photo related equipment. We ask that you accept responsibility for any transactions, loss, or damage incurred at the event.

You can bring just about anything, including cameras, lenses, filters, cases, projectors, computers, printers, light stands, lights and well you get the picture. We have secured a big room and will fill it up with banquet tables where you can present your wares.

Note: This is also a nice opportunity to socialize with your fellow photographers. You’re not required to participate in the equipment exchange, but who knows you might find a fabulous deal. Also, you’re welcome to invite a friend who is not a member. Also, we will supply beverages and light food for free.

Three Ways to Participate

Full Table $10

Half Table $5

No Table


Depending on how much gear you bring, these options will help you prepare. Full table is a banquet table all to yourself. Half table, we’ll seat you next to a fellow photog who can watch your stuff while you’re away. You are welcome to partner with your fellow photographers to split the huge costs if you wish. No table means you are just scoping things out and/or keeping your gear with you.

If you're coming please let us know, we need to plan our refreshments.


Buy a Table Here (No RSVP required)

No Table RSVP Here


Miller Free Enterprise Center Room 203

Salt Lake Community College

9750 South 300 West, Sandy, Utah

Saturday, January 28 - 10 AM to 2:30 PM

(This is the same building as previous Photo Ops. Park on the west side and use the west entrance for the shortest distance to the room.)