Because of Covid-19, we will not be holding face-to-face meetings until after Christmas, at the earliest, so the planned programme for the autumn term has been amended and speakers will deliver presentations via zoom, including:

10th Sept - Welcome Back!
17th Sept - James Day - "A Life Behind the TV Camera"
24th Sept - Great Mattiscombe Sands Photoshoot
1st Oct - 1st Open Competition
8th Oct - Tom Peck - "Photography and the Sublime"
29th Oct - Sue Brown - "Creative Photography"

See our programme page for full details of all our autumn meetings, plus a draft copy of our 2021 meetings. We have a wide variety of content including guest speakers, a range of informal photo challenges and open/wildlife competitions with external judges, plus a number of practical 'hands-on' sessions.

In the meantime also keep your eyes open for our regular members' newsletters and posts on the club's popular facebook page for news and details of our activities.

We are a long established club with a membership of varied ages, diverse abilities, interests and photographic skills, and offer a warm welcome to new members whether you are an experienced photographer or just a beginner.

Our aim is to improve the enjoyment and appreciation of photography, to develop and enhance photographic techniques including camera skills, image processing and manipulation, and the printing and presentation of high quality photographic images.

The Camera Club normally meets at West Charleton Village Hall, about 2 miles East of Kingsbridge on the A379 (directions) on most Thursdays during the season, at 7.30pm, and we hope to re-commence face-to-face meetings in 2021.

Our members also come from Dartmouth, Salcombe, Totnes and other places in the South Hams - if you live in this area of South Devon and are interested in photography please contact us using the contact link on the menu.

The Camera Club has a Facebook page - click here or the link at the bottom of the page. This also includes details of some photo opportunities.
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