Cranleigh Camera Club – Recent News

Photo by Mike Hall, Storm Over Capetown

Cranleigh Camera Club was established in the 1960s and currently has around forty members of various photographic abilities.

Although digital photographers now outnumber film photographers, all are very welcome and no distinction is made between film and digital prints for the purpose of workshops and competitions. Anyone interested in joining the Club need not feel that meetings would be too technical, we never ask people to join the club immediately.

CCC Annual Exhibition

Our 2020 Annual Exhibition has been cancelled and instead will be staged on the date reserved for the 2021 exhibition i.e. 27 March 2021.

Club Meetings

In accordance with Government Covid-19 pandemic guidelines all club meetings were cancelled. Below is the provisional programme for future 2020 meetings:

September 2020
24th – Welcome, AGM, New programme review, 1 month Challenge | Members’ participation
October 2020
1st – PDI workshop/Critique | Members’ participation
8th – 1st PDI Colour Competition | Roy Williamson
15th – What I did during Lockdown – Images of how you spent your time | Members’ participation
22nd – 1st PDI Mono competition | Peter Merry
29th – Challenge review
November 2020
5th – Presentation: Why do we shoot monochrome? | Paul Graber LRPS
12th – 2nd PDI Colour competition: Set Subject – Culinary | David Smith
19th – AV presentation: My latest work | Dave Brooker
26th – Workshop/Critique | Members’ participation
December 2020
3rd – 2nd PDI Mono competition: Set Subject – Culinary | David Eastley LRPS
10th – Christmas Supper, including announcement of Chairman’s Challenge | Members’ participation
Christmas Break

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