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Bradford Urban Wildlife Group photo competition is keen for more entries from amateur photographers. £100 top prize - woo!
Full details below 😊 Thanks
OPEN WILDLIFE PHOTO COMPETITION 2021
Urban wildlife has been one of the joys of the past year. BUWG is running a competition to encourage amateur photographers to get out and about in the Bradford district during Summer 2021.
Photos should fit the theme of Bradford Urban Wildlife.
While Wildlife is the central theme, entrants will gain extra credit based on their interpretation of the whole title. Photos illustrating animal behaviour will also be judged favourably. The judges say: ‘Images closely related to the title will do better than generic wildlife photos!’ Photos to be taken between 1 April 2021 and 30 September 2021 in the Bradford district. Closing date: 4 October 2021.
The top prize is £100, and there will also be a prize for the winner of a children’s category (under-16s). Other prizes will also be awarded.
BUWG is looking at ways to exhibit all the entries, with details to be confirmed.
FIND OUT MORE AND SEE FULL DETAILS AT: https://buwg.vpweb.co.uk/
HOW TO ENTER:
*Prints can be handed in at any BUWG meeting with the entry fee in cash;
*OR prints can be posted to BUWG, C/O 4 Bankfield Drive, Shipley BD18 4AD, with payment made by BACS bank transfer (details below);
*OR pictures can be emailed to: [email protected] (max size per photo 3MB please) with payment made by BACS bank transfer (details below).
PAYMENT DETAILS:
Account name Bradford Urban Wildlife Group
Sort code 05-03-03
Account number: 10833457
Please use your name as the reference on the bank transfer BACS payment.
Entry fees: Email digital entry/entries which BUWG will get printed – COST £2 PER ENTRY
Submit your own print(s) (Maximum size A4 including mount) – £1 PER ENTRY
All entries must include your name and address (with date of birth for under-16s)
Maximum 3 entries per person. Amateur photographers only.
Computer editing of images should be kept to a minimum. Entrants are asked to include where and when the photo was taken, and to give information about what attracted them to this competition and how they captured the shot.
BUWG cannot be held responsible for lost or damaged prints. By entering, you give BUWG permission to exhibit your photo or publish it on its website in connection with the competition. You retain the copyright. Personal data will be held purely for the purpose of the competition. Judges’ decisions are final.
Roaring Twenties Film day experience at the Earl Art Deco Hotel.
https://www.seetickets.com/tour/the-big-picture-photography-experience-at-the-earl
The 1920’s Film day concept has been specifically designed with photographers creativity in mind.
We have chosen the best venue to suit the desired period along with models, extras, props and vehicles.
The Earl is a classic Art Deco hotel with several visual distinctively exciting period features to take us back to the roaring twenties.
With its colourful mix of rooms, stairways, lift and corridors it’s probably the most exciting Art Deco hotel in the UK.
We have use of this fantastic location on Sunday the 5th of September starting at 2pm through until 7pm a limited number of photographers will be given access to our selected models,extras and props exclusively.
We have also secured special room rates in the very luxurious elegant rooms should you want to stay (book direct with hotel quoting Film day experience) with the opportunity to arrive early and enjoy one of their fantastic Sunday lunches in the cafe bar Concerto dining room before (or after) your exclusive photography experience begins.
(Please note lunch / dinner reservations need to be made directly with the hotel)
We have several locations in the hotel to explore including the amazing front of hotel facade ,lobby, lobby bar , Main bar, staircase, 1st floor lift, corridor, powder room, rip on suite and main ballroom.
To add to the experience we are having a competition for the best picture voted for online.
Just post your pics with the hashtag #theearlfilmday #theearldoncaster
#artdecohotel #doncaster #theearldoncasterhotel

Sunday Lunch at the Earl is:-
£14.95 one course
£17.95 two course
£19.95 three course
Room rate including breakfast for two people sharing is
£65 for a standard double
£72 for an executive double
Wondering if anyone would be interested in this.

CAMERA FAIR at BOSTON SPA junction 45 A1(M)near LEEDS, West Yorkshire – SUNDAY 22nd AUGUST 2021 venue BOSTON SPA VILLAGE HALL(main street), BOSTON SPA LS23 6AA. 10am until 1pm. Entry £3. Stallholders selling cameras & lenses, film & digital, new and used items. Lots of different makes & models, Leica, Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Mamiya, Bolex, Voigtlander, Zeiss, Minolta and many more. Filters, films, camera straps, stepping rings and adaptors. FETCH YOUR UNWANTED PHOTOGRAPHY ITEMS TO SELL, PART EXCHANGE or just come to buy something you haven't used before. Hot & cold refreshments available on the day. 2 tables left for selling here
BRADFORD URBAN WILDLIFE PHOTO COMPETITION: Get your entries in - up to 3 entries per amateur photographer, only £2 to enter, top prize of £100 plus other prizes. Please support this local group's first competition!
If you would like to join Ilkley Camera Club please get in touch. The club has been meeting by Zoom.

Here are the events for March 2021.

On March 5 ‘Judge, Jury & Executioner’ will be a lecture by Steven Galvin LRPS. More information here

On 12 March club members Alison Tetley and Helen Reynolds will be talking and showing images. The annual digital competition, ‘Open Mono’ will be judged by George Steele.

Then on the 26 March, ‘Seeing Things Differently’ – with Rich Bunce. More details and the upcoming meetings here

Our usual competitions will have an emphasis on digital submissions for the first half of 2021. Plus we have our usual members’ evenings, sharing work online, and talks by some of our own members.

The Club normally runs a substantial programme of outings between April and September – and sometimes in other months. For information you can visit the outings page.
APPEAL FOR FOOTAGE OF DIANA 🎥

Oscar, Emmy and BAFTA-winning team are making the first ever archive-only cinema documentary on the extraordinary life of Diana, the Princess of Wales - and we need you!

We are looking for anyone that might have filmed the 1981 Wedding Day Celebrations, the 1997 funeral or filmed Diana in any other capacity, even in the most fleeting of moments. If you know anyone that might have any footage - please spread the word and get in touch!

Find out how you can be part of this collaborative project by contacting: [email protected]
Oscar, Emmy and BAFTA-winning team are making the first ever archive-only cinema documentary on the extraordinary life of Diana, the Princess of Wales - and we need you!

We are looking for anyone that might have filmed the 1981 Wedding Day Celebrations, the 1997 funeral or filmed Diana in any other capacity, even in the most fleeting of moments. If you know anyone that might have any footage - please spread the word and get in touch!

Find out how you can be part of this collaborative project by contacting: [email protected]

Hi There,

I wanted to highlight a project that is running at the moment that you may be interested in participating in. I work with 509 Arts who are Shipley based and they are doing a project called Bradford Revealed.

Bradford Revealed will see 509 Arts working with communities and individuals across the Bradford district to uncover, photograph and talk about their precious objects. The project is supported by a partnership with Bradford Museums and will develop into an online exhibition telling the story of the district by bringing to life the personal objects that people hold dear and the stories they contain.

If you would like to explore further, the website is bradfordrevealed.org, if you could share with your club members that would be perfect.

Thanks for taking the time to read this message.
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Photographed this on Ilkley Moor today.
Being stuck indoors I am trying out a more novel form of photography called polarisation photomicroscopy. The camera is attached to a polarising microscope and pictures taken of thin films of anisotropic substances (most chemical crystals and natural polymers). It is a combination of science, art and photography. The microscope is on loan from GT vision for evaluation of this work. Unfortunately, it lacks the resolution to pick up the Corona virus. Some examples attached.
MORLEY IN BLOOM PHOTO COMPETITION 2018
Thank you so much to David Moor Estate Agents of Queen Street Morley for their generous sponsorship!

We are calling on all Morley photographers to enter our new competition! There are masses of excellent photographers out there and we are waiting to see what you can do.
Morleyi s a town with a great community spirit and a great heritage. We are looking for photographers who can show us just how special Morley is.

Entry forms are available from Hunts the Florists on Queen Street in Morley right now! The competition is now open so you can send us your entries and the closing date is Monday 19th November.
There are two classes, over 16 and young photographer - under 16.
There will be cups for the overall winner in each of these categories and certificates for all entries. These will be presented to winners in a reception in the Mayor's parlour in Morley town Hall.

The classes are :-
Essence of Morley
A Morley park
A Morley Building
A Morley Event

Entries can be sent as up to 8 X !0 inch prints to Cllr Wyn Kydger at 7, Sunnyside, Dewsbury Road, Tingley,WF3 1LJ
or
Emailed to Cllr. Judith Elliott as a jpeg file at

[email protected]

If entering by email please send name and contact details, class- over 16 or young photographer and categories entered.

Up to 5 entries will be accepted and more than one category can be entered.

Phone 07541692028 for more details or in case of any difficulty.

We are exciting and looking forward to seeing your entries soon!

A great place for photographers since 1953. Be inspired, learn new skills and meet amazing people. Welcome to Ilkley Camera Club - where anyone with an interest in photography can meet, share ideas and develop their interest in photography.

You do not need to be an expert to be a member – all you need is an interest in photography or photographic art. We meet most Fridays during autumn and winter with a varied and exciting syllabus to entertain, inform and educate.

Operating as usual

Kylie Martin – Photography saved my life | 09/09/2021

Kylie Martin – Photography saved my life |

Last Friday (Sept 3), Ilkley Camera Club was given a talk by Kylie Martin from Birmingham via Zoom.

For club members, I don't know what you thought about Kylie's talk but I was impressed by her passion and commitment. Zoom has been something of a liberation for her, hasn't it? - she's extended her ten mile radius from home (because of her illness) to the whole country and is flourishing as a judge and speaker.

Read more about her talk on the club website:

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/kylie-martin-photography-saved-my-life/

Kylie Martin – Photography saved my life | In an honest and wide ranging talk, Kylie took members on her photographic journey and the influence of her father who is still a big supporter. Her biggest challenge over the years has been her health as she suffers from M.E and Fibromyalgia. Her conditions have lead to severe stiffness and fatigue...

ilkleycameraclub.co.uk 31/08/2021

ilkleycameraclub.co.uk

Ilkley Camera Club New Season

The new season of Ilkley Camera Club got underway. The club will continue to meet online by Zoom at least until Christmas and Ollie’s talk was one of many opportunities to extend the range of contributions by acclaimed photographers, not only based in this country but around the world.

Speakers include the accomplished photographer Tim Smith who's recent exhibition in Bradford, Rivers of Tea, explored how the early tea trade sparked the migration of people from Bangladesh to Britain.

Amy Bateman who lives on a farm in Cumbria will be talking about how her farming background has inspired her photography. She is a British Life Photography Awards winner.

Harry Wheeler-Brand is a professional British landscape photographer from East Anglia. Harry specialises in inspirational photography of the wonderful landscapes of Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex & Cambridgeshire.

Gary Jones is a full time Wildlife Photographer and accomplished mountaineer, based in North Wales.

From Canterbury Dave Mason, one of the UK’s foremost street photographers, will be inspiring members to find the extraordinary hidden within the ordinary.

Sally Sallet from Wakefield Camera Club will give a talk called ‘Never underestimate an old woman with a camera’. Sally, who's an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, will take members on a journey through her photographic life, starting with her first Kodak Brownie film camera.

Janey Lazenby will be giving a guide to sourcing and creating textures for creating multi layered images, and this Friday, September 2nd, Kylie-Ann Martin will be talking about how her photography has helped her through isolation and led to many awards and distinctions.

Ilkley Camera Club is currently meeting via Zoom on Friday evenings at 7.30pm. For more information visit the Club website http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/

ilkleycameraclub.co.uk Ilkley Camera Club’s new season begins on Friday 27th August. As the main programme is set to continue on Zoom for a while, the club is looking for safe opportunities to bring people together in person.

[08/17/21]   Ilkley Camera Club's new season begins on Friday 27th August. As the main programme is set to continue on Zoom for a while, the club is looking for safe opportunities to bring people together in person.

On Friday 20th August from 6pm there be an opportunity for members and visitors to meet for a relaxed and informal social. Weather permitting, this will be at the Ilkley Riverside Gardens, adjacent to the Riverside Hotel. If you are a regular member, or have not been before and would like to know more about the club, you are welcome to drop by.

Feel free to bring a chair or a picnic blanket and refreshments if you wish.

If the weather is awful, we'll postpone the meeting and let you know here on the page, so do check on the 20th if it's raining.

Ilkley Lockdown Community Quilt Exhibition | 08/08/2021

Ilkley Lockdown Community Quilt Exhibition |

Ilkley Lockdown Community Quilt Exhibition.

Ilkley Manor House 24th Jul 2021 – 3rd Oct 2021

Ilkley Camera Club is supporting an exhibition at the Manor House inspired by the experiences of lockdown.

For more information please our website.

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/ilkley-lockdown-community-quilt-exhibition/

Ilkley Lockdown Community Quilt Exhibition | When the first pandemic lockdown happened, Ilkley Manor House Trust felt it was important to capture someof the memories and experiences for the town as part of its social history. They commissioned 126 quiltsquares created by the community that have been made into 8 quilt banners, now hanging in th...

Ilkley's mayor draws u3a prize winners 18/06/2021

Ilkley's mayor draws u3a prize winners

Ilkley Camera Club was thrilled to pick up the buzz of excitement around the Ilkley U3A photographic competition. You can read all about it in this Ilkley Gazette article.

Ilkley's mayor draws u3a prize winners AT last Monday’s Town Council meeting Ilkley’s Mayor, Cllr Mark Stidworthy, drew the winners of Ilkley & District u3a’s prize draw.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park Outing 2021 | 18/06/2021

Yorkshire Sculpture Park Outing 2021 |

On one of the hottest days of the year so far Ilkley Camera Club held a members outing to the wonderful surroundings of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Members were treated to dramatic works by Damien Hirst, teasing objects created by Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos, and much more.

If you'd like to see some of the photos and read more about the visit you can read about it on this link.

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/yorkshire-sculpture-park-outing-2021/

Yorkshire Sculpture Park Outing 2021 | On one of the hottest days of the year so far it was a delight to be begin the day outside in the wonderful surroundings of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Club members were treated to dramatic works by Damien Hirst, teasing objects created by Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos, and much more. By lun...

Image Editing Live - Scotland NW Highlands 08/06/2021

Image Editing Live - Scotland NW Highlands

Alex Nail mountain photographer will be editing his images live on YouTube at 7pm on Wednesday evening the 9th of June.

https://youtu.be/fPpadu5LlFQ

Image Editing Live - Scotland NW Highlands In this stream I will be looking at my images from 3 weeks of hiking in the NW Highlands of Scotland. I will go through first edits (in Lightroom), thought p...

The Great British Photography Challenge | Trailer - BBC 11/05/2021

The Great British Photography Challenge | Trailer - BBC

Something to look out for, The Great British Photography Challenge on BBC FOUR. We believe the air date is Monday, 24 May at 9PM.

https://youtu.be/KSUlRsnFAuo

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Photographers bridge continental divides to share friendly battle | 26/04/2021

Photographers bridge continental divides to share friendly battle |

Photographers bridge continental divides to share friendly battle.

On Saturday April 24, Ilkley Camera Club took part in a ‘battle’ via Zoom with Hobart Photographic Society from Tasmania. The 24 round challenge, ‘The Pixels’ , saw the two sides pit their photography skills against one another under the eye of an expert judge.

Read more on the link:

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/photographers-bridge-continental-divides-to-share-friendly-battle/

Photographers bridge continental divides to share friendly battle | On Saturday April 24, Ilkley Camera Club took part in a ‘battle’ via Zoom with Hobart Photographic Society from Tasmania. The 24 round challenge, ‘The Pixels’ , saw the two sides pit their photography skills against one another under the eye of an expert judge.

Ilkley Camera Club’s Jack Sedgewick wins RHS prize | 21/04/2021

Ilkley Camera Club’s Jack Sedgewick wins RHS prize |

Ilkley Camera Club's Jack Sedgewick has won the young photographer prize in national photo competition.

The Royal Horticultural Society announced this week that Jack Sedgewick who's 9 has secured a top prize in their national photo competition. Jack, who has been a member of Ilkley Camera Club for about a year, won both the under 11 category and is this year's overall young winner.

His photo Fantasy Flowers is a combination of three photographs taken on a rainy day at RHS Garden Harlow Carr. The judges praised Jack's image for its "originality, high degree of creativity and experimentation".

See his photo and read more on the Ilkley Camera Club website link.

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/ilkley-camera-clubs-jack-sedgewick-wins-rhs-prize/

Ilkley Camera Club’s Jack Sedgewick wins RHS prize | The Royal Horticultural Society announced this week that Jack Sedgewick who’s 9 has secured a top prize in their national photo competition. Jack, who has been a member of Ilkley Camera Club for about a year, won both the under 11 category and is this year’s overall young winner.

Tides of light, Rich Bunce on seeing differently | 30/03/2021

Tides of light, Rich Bunce on seeing differently |

On Friday, Ilkley Camera Club was very pleased to welcome photographer Rich Bunce who gave members some inspiring ideas about how to see things differently.

Rich is an established teacher and workshop leader with a track record for award winning photography. He is internationally exhibited, with prints held in both private and public collections including the Royal Photographic Society’s permanent collection.

Read more about the session on our website

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/tides-of-light-rich-bunce-on-seeing-differently/

Tides of light, Rich Bunce on seeing differently | Tides of light bringing life to our life and images was the hopeful prospect as we come out of lock down and into a changed world. Rich Bunce’s talk encouraged members to see things differently.

Review: Africa Adventure 12 March 2021 | 16/03/2021

Review: Africa Adventure 12 March 2021 |

If you missed the camera club meeting last week, you might like to read our review.

Face to face with African Wild Dogs, an elephant called Hill Billy, and the best chocolate in the world. Ilkley Camera Club on Friday 12 March took a photographic trip to Africa with two adventurous club members, Helen Reynolds and Alison Tetley.

More on the website link:

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/review-africa-adventure-12-march-2021/

Review: Africa Adventure 12 March 2021 | Face to face with African Wild Dogs, an elephant called Hill Billy, and the best chocolate in the world. Ilkley Camera Club on Friday 12 March took a photographic trip to Africa with two adventurous club members, Helen Reynolds and Alison Tetley.

How to Join | 10/03/2021

How to Join |

For club members this month:

On 12 March club members Alison Tetley and Helen Reynolds will be talking and showing images. The annual digital competition, 'Open Mono' will be judged by George Steele on 19 March. Then on 26 March, ‘Seeing Things Differently’ – with Rich Bunce.

If you would like to know more about the club and membership please visit our website.

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/how-to-join/

How to Join | Normally if you would like to join the club or attend a meeting as a prospective member or a visitor we would say just come along to a club meeting on a Friday night and we will explain your options. However, while we are operating under Covid-19 restrictions our meetings are “virtual” via Zoom....

No short sighted judges. Steven Galvin 5 March 2021 | 10/03/2021

No short sighted judges. Steven Galvin 5 March 2021 |

If you want to improve your photography there's no better way than taking tips from an experienced camera club judge.

On Friday, 5 March 2021, the club welcomed competition judge Steven Galvin who holds the distinction of being a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society. His two hour presentation offered an insight into what judges look for in a great image. Read more on our website.
http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/no-short-sighted-judges-steven-galvin-5-march-2021/

No short sighted judges. Steven Galvin 5 March 2021 | No short sighted judges at Ilkley Camera Club. Members gain insights into great photography from a respected competition judge.

10/03/2020

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Sharing from another group

Digital Imagery Workshops
Saturday 28th March 2020
Session 1 9.30am - 12.30pm
Session 2 1.30pm - 4.30pm
An introduction to digital art with Peter Falloon - the creative who put together the window designs in the new atrium at All Saints Church.
Using imagery within the church you will create digital artworks that you can personalise and keep.
Bring a smartphone or iPad.
This is an adult workshop suitable for 14 years and up.
Cost £5
Venue: All Saints Church
6, Church Street
Ilkley
LS29 9DS
For booking please email [email protected]

[02/28/20]   As you know the weather has been extremely wet these last few weeks so sorry to say there is very limited parking tonight as the field is closed, so some of you will need to find roadside parking and walk in.

Next Friday evening (6th March) there will be funeral cars in the carpark from before 6pm which will be leaving before your 7pm start but be aware of congestion again the field will be closed.

[01/29/20]   Following our print competitions last week, this week we have a lecture from David Lowe. The lecture entitled Variety Pack will prints with a wide range of subjects

[01/23/20]   Join us this week for our annual print competitions for Photo Panel and Nature

[01/16/20]   This week we have a lecture from members David Stradling and Paul Robinson

[01/09/20]   A reminder that there is no meeting this week

[10/17/19]   This week is a digital lecture of street photography entitled Life by Dave Mason

[10/04/19]   Tonight we have our First annual digital competition evening judged by Derek Knight for the categories:
Architecture and Record
Weather

Come along to hear his comments of the images submitted

[09/28/19]   Don’t forget to submit you images for the critique evening on the 11th October. The deadline is Sunday 29th September at midnight.

[09/25/19]   This weeks lecture is an evening with Dianne Owen entitled Hidden Images. An opportunity to learn from this lecturer as to how she produces her images. As well as a chance to look at her work up close as she passes images around during the lecture.

[09/20/19]   REMINDER: Tonight is the final deadline for our first digital competitions.
Categories include:
Architecture and Record
Weather

Entries are only allowed from paid up members.

peteyeophotography.weebly.com 19/09/2019

Gallery

For our first lecture of the season we are delighted to welcome back Peter Yeo for his Island Hopping print lecture.

Peter is a member of GAMMA and examples of his work can be found at his website:
https://peteyeophotography.weebly.com/gallery.html

We meet at St Peter's Church Hall, Church Street Addingham on a Friday evening at 7:30pm.

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ilkleycameraclub.co.uk 14/09/2019

Programme |

Our 2019-20 Season kicked off this week with presentations by members showing the wide range of skills and genres in the club - from jetski action to photos of the Faroe Islands to Abstract Fireworks.

We have a great programme lined up - see our website for full details.

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/programme/

ilkleycameraclub.co.uk 15 LECTURE: ‘A Talk on the Wild Side’ – with 
 TONY & CAROL DILGER. Ilkley Arts Festival Lecture -
 Free admission for visitors

ilkleycameraclub.co.uk 25/08/2019

Programme |

The 2019-20 starts soon - Ilkley Camera Club welcomes anyone interested in photography - take a look at our website for next years programme.

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/programme/

ilkleycameraclub.co.uk 16 LECTURE: An evening with DAVID YATES. Black & white digital and darkroom work, including landscape, architecture, pictorial and a few portraits.

[05/06/19]   Ilkley Camera Club’s Exhibition is now open ! Come along to Cliffe Castle Museum at Keighley to see some great images produced by club members. Entry is free of charge and there are also talks most Sundays on various photography related topics – all free to attend too !

Please see our website for up to date information on opening times and talks.

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/exhibition-2019/

[11/24/18]   Ilkley Camera Club has welcomed lots of new faces recently keen to learn more about photography. If you get a camera for Christmas or want to know more about how to use the one you have we offer a welcoming and friendly environment - beginners to experts - all welcome.

St Peter's Church Hall Addingham - Fridays at 7.30 pm

First three meetings free to those thinking of joining.

01/09/2018

Programme | Ilkley Camera Club

The programme for 2018-19 is now on the website - please click on the link below for another season of great evenings to stimulate and improve your photography ! Come along for the first evening on September 14th and see what a friendly and welcoming club we are.

http://ilkleycameraclub.co.uk/programme/

ilkleycameraclub.co.uk 16 LECTURE: An evening with DAVID YATES. Black & white digital and darkroom work, including landscape, architecture, pictorial and a few portraits.

21/08/2018

Would you like to take your photography to a new level? Then try Ilkley Camera Club. You do not have to be an expert. Just love photography and strive to progress further.

We meet in Addingham at St Peter’s Church Hall on most Fridays from 7.30pm to 9.30pm during the autumn and winter. The first meeting is on 14 September.

There’s a wide-ranging and stimulating programme of talks and competitions. We aim to entertain and educate. Plus you can show your work and see that of colleagues.

In the summer months, we offer outings to encourage practical photography. We hold special training and development events in small groups and provide personal mentoring and advice.

We have a public exhibition at Cliffe Castle Museum from 27 April to 7 July 2019: your photographs could go on show! Our regular circulars give news, ideas and opportunities. And we can help you work your way towards nationally and internationally recognised photographic awards.

How much you take part is entirely up to you. For more information see our website www.ilkleycameraclub.co.uk or just come along on a Friday in the season. We are one of Yorkshire’s most successful clubs and we’ll give you a warm and friendly welcome.

Photo credits

Great Grey Owl - Tim Sawyer
Powder Brush - Peter Wilson
York Minster Nave - Peter Farmer

Location

Address


St Peters Church House
Addingham
LS29 0PQ

Opening Hours

7:30pm - 9:30pm