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We are currently on summer break, but meetings start again in September. Please contact us with any questions or for more information
We are a warm and friendly Camera Club catering for all abilities and experience levels. Whether you are completely new to photography or are more experienced and want the opportunity to improve and share your work with others, you will be most welcome.
We meet on most Thursday evenings 7:30 to 10:00 pm (ish) from September through to May. Club nights include a varied programme of activities.
These cover presentations from experienced lecturers on a wide range of photographic subjects including digital imaging. We also have practical demonstrations, tutorials and a number of regular competitions, both within our own membership as well as against other clubs.
Highlights of our exciting 2016-17 season
Michael Leach – Wildlife
Dr Michael Leach is a full time wildlife photographer and author. He has travelled to all 7 continents and worked with many of the world’s most charismatic animals – polar bears in the arctic, gorillas in central Africa, lemurs in Madagascar, sperm whales in the mid-Atlantic, monkeys in the Amazon, penguins in the antarctic and elephants in Kenya.
Guest Speaker Howard Barlow
Howard Barlow is a much sought after photojournalist. For over 30 years he has worked regularly for The Guardian, The Observer, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times and The Independent. Howard has picked up numerous photographic awards including Newspaper Photographer Of The Year and Industrial Photographer of the Year. He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, and past Chairman of their Documentary and Visual Journalism Distinctions Panel. Howard began his career photographing the bands of the 70’s and 80’s with regular publications in NME, Melody Maker and Rolling Stone Magazine. His iconic images of The Ramones, Queen, Blondie and Iggy Pop are still regularly published around the world via Getty Images. In recent years his music commissions have included Elbow, Rufus Wainwright, Everything Everything and Foals.
Moments in Mono
A Black & White fine art photographer based in the North West of England.
A healthy competition system
We hold several competitions throughout the year.
These give members chance to try out their images and gain really useful constructive criticism.
Alternatively, you can just come along to spectate and benefit from advice given to others and view an interesting selection of images.
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