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Bedford Camera Club

Bedford Camera Club

Although we are now well into the new millennium, you will find that Bedford Camera Club has not been slow to take advantage of the new technology available to us in the 21st century.

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Banbury Camera Club

Banbury Camera Club

We have members who are interested in a full range of formats and methods - from traditional black and white printing, through colour slides and conventional colour printing, to digital imaging using computers and inkjet printers. Some members use compact cameras for colour enprints. Others have 35mm single lens reflexes or medium format cameras. Whether it’s improving your holiday pictures for the family album, or producing exhibition prints, we hope that the Banbury Camera Club has something for you.

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Abington camera club photographs and information

Abington camera club photographs and information

Photography is a pastime that almost everyone takes part in to some extent, whether it be as a major hobby or to take occasional holiday snaps. Enjoyment of that pastime can be greatly enhanced by joining a camera club and sharing your interest in photography with like minded people. At Abington we believe with considerable justification that we have by far the best club in the Northampton area. Our membership consists of a friendly mix of people, men and women, young and old, of varying photographic experience and having a variety of photographic interests.

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Cannock Photographic Society

Cannock Photographic Society

Cannock Photographic Society located in Cannock in the Midlands UK. Offering all types of photography. The society was originally founded in 1953 as Cannock Photographic and Cine Society by a small band of enthusiasts, which included Mr P Sheppard and Mr R Webb. This venture however was only to have a short lease of life, since after a few months the society split into two separate groups, the Cannock Chase Cine Group and the Cannock Camera Club. The Camera Club carried on until early in 1955 when due to a procession of changes in the meeting nights and venue a large majority of the membership dwindled away and the remaining members simply gave up in despair......

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Stocksbridge Works Photographic Society

Stocksbridge Works Photographic Society

We have our own studio lighting facilities with different backdrops and we also have a Royale integrated computer & digital projector which was funded by the Awards for All lottery scheme. We also have a new portable screen that was funded with a grant from our local Bridge Community Shop. The club meets every Monday night at 7.45 pm for 8.00 pm in the Library, Manchester Road, Stocksbridge, South Yorkshire, S36 1DH from September to May.

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Batley District Camera Club

Batley & District Camera Club

We meet weekly between September and May and aim to provide a friendly atmosphere in which to share our common love of photography in all its forms. Our syllabus includes lectures of prints, slides and digital images. Our more experienced members are always willing to share their knowledge and help beginners, and to this end practical nights are also included in our syllabus. We have recently purchased digital equipment which is available on club nights to be used by members. We welcome anyone who has an interest in photography whether new to the hobby or more experienced. You don t need the latest equipment to join, just an interest in a photograph. As an enthusiastic group of photographers with a depth of knowledge in both traditional and digital photography our aim is to encourage and inspire members and to enjoy our photography at the same time. If you need help in choosing a camera, using your camera, or learning how to improve your photographs, then our friendly members will only too pleased to help. With the aid of a grant from the lottery Awards for All fund we have invested in a digital projector, laptop, printer and associated equipment so we are ideally placed to help you project or print your digital files.

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Rotherham Photographic Society

Rotherham Photographic Society

The society has been around for over 115 years. It has a strong nucleus of committed photographers able to offer a wealth of advice to photographic newcomers. We have a long tradition in conventional film photography and now digital imaging. If you have an interest in photography, you are invited to attend one or more of our meetings. Meetings are normally held in the Rotherham Arts Centre, Walker Place, each Tuesday from September to May, starting at 7.30

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The f4 Photographic Group - Cottingham

The f4 Photographic Group - Cottingham

We meet every week at the Duke of Cumberland, Market Green in the centre of Cottingham on Thursday evenings at 7.45 pm. We are keen on digital imaging as well as film. The f4 Group adopts a strong social style, incorporating visits, outings and extended photo trips, as well as interacting with other local clubs. his site is dedicated to showcase some of our member s photographs, and to enable our members to keep in touch with news and events. We hope that you enjoy viewing some of our work.

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Penistone Camera Club

Penistone Camera Club

Pontefract Camera Club was inaugurated in 1920! We have active and lively members with a vast amount of expertise in all aspects of photography and we welcome all levels of camera users. Our members are photographers of all ages and experience. We use digital, film and slide, with cameras ranging from professional SLR to small compacts.You can learn how to:- arrange, frame and compose your shots. work with light, reflectors and filters. tweak your photos in either traditional darkroom or Adobe Photoshop for digital users. mount and present your photographs professionally - ready for exhibition and competitions. process print your photos.

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Hebden Bridge Camera Club

Hebden Bridge Camera Club

The club meets from September to April on Wednesday evenings at the Masonic Hall, Hangingroyd Lane, Hebden Bridge at 7.45 p.m. Talks are given by visiting experts and Club members on all aspects of still photography, covering traditional and digital prints and projected images in both colour and monochrome. We also have portrait sessions and outside visits. Five internal print projected image competitions are held each year. An annual print and projected image competition is held in the Autumn and there is the opportunity to submit work to the Yorkshire Photographic Union Annual Exhibition. We have competitions with neighbouring photographic societies and this year we are joining the Inter-Club Group of Yorkshire which holds four projected image competitions between twelve clubs. During the summer months there is usually a fortnightly programme of events including walks and visits.

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