Our members offer you a warm welcome to Winteringham Camera Club and we hope you enjoy browsing our web site.
We are now in our 12th year and still going strong. With a steady membership of around twenty plus members, and a full and varied diary of speakers and themes for 2018-19 all this goes to make our little village club a very successful group. We are always keen on new members joining us no matter whether you have a compact camera or something more advanced there is always help at hand to give you the opportunity to improve your photography.
Do come along one evening, if it’s only to see what we’re about. Each month we hold a raffle and refreshments are served. The meetings are held at the Village Hall on the second Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm. Please come along and join us. For more information please contact:- Sandi Johnson 01724 734742
WINTERINGHAM CAMERA CLUB
MONTHLY REPORT : JUNE 2018
Anyone who wondered what Australia was like would have enjoyed our meeting on 13 June, when George Fiddler - a one-time resident of that country -took us on a very comprehensive tour of Sydney and Queensland.
George, himself a competitive member of camera clubs over many years, 'advertised' himself on his film as KYC ASS.ISO ,GIF: not professional qualifications but advice to photographers (Know Your Camera; Aperture/Shutter Speed, ISO [to control the light entering the camera]; Get in Focus [before you press the button]!
Sydney is a beautiful city and it's not without its fascinating wildlife, too. The fruit bats in the Botanical Gardens are massive! Surfing on some of those wonderful white beaches looked fun, until George explained about the sharks. The Blue Mountains and its flora and fauna were just superb.
Moving north to Queensland was a completely different experience, with rain forest, mangroves and crocodiles. There's so much to see in Australia!
Thanks are also due to George for judging our photo slot (Mirrored reflections); here are the winning prints:
First... those blue remembered hillsAdrian White
SecondMirror at Standey East SussexAlice Nunn
ThirdSwan ReflectionsAlice Nunn
Highly CommendedWhen all the world is stillAdrian White
We meet again on 11 July when we will be going out (not far!) so please don't forget your cameras. Members who were unable to attend on 13 June will get details via email. We will meet at 7:30pm as usual, then return for a break and judging of the photo slot which will be On The Road.
New members are always welcome on the second Wednesday of each month, 7:30pm in Winteringham Village Hall No experience necessary!
Winning Entries June 2018
Competion winners March 2018
Competion Title Movement
Those Blue Remembered Hills
Mirror at Standen (east Sussex)
When all the World is still
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