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Welcome to the

Berwick and District Camera Club.

We are a small but friendly club with members of all ages. The programme includes talks by talented photographers.

Advice given by judges in the print and digital image competitions can help you develop your skill.

Meetings are held in the Village Hall, East Ord on Tuesday  evenings at 7.30pm.

The season runs from September to March.

Fees: Adult: £25.00

 - Under 18: £10.00

 

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COMING SOON

Tuesday 6th December 2016

 

Colour in Photography

 

Michael Barron ARPS

Regional Repair Centre - http://regionalrepaircentre.co.uk/ repairs all makes of camera

 

Whilst they can repair any make of camera, their USP is that they can repair all types of Sony camera regardless of age and are the only independent agent in the UK authorised to repair Sony Alpha products.  They normally charge a £30 inspection fee (that is deducted from the cost of the repair if you choose to go ahead), however they have said that they could provide a unique discount code to quote when calling them to have this fee waived.  Consequently, if your have any favourite pieces of Sony kit lying around that they would like fixed or serviced then they can post them and get a quote for free.

 

Their phone number is 0121 789 9991

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Regional Repair Centre

- http://regionalrepaircentre.co.uk/

 

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The Sunday Shoot Competition,

in which members had about an hour to take pictures in Berwick and  deliver them unedited by computer, was judged by Ian Cartwright.

John Tully took first and third place,

Maggie Jary came second.

 

Images by Alex Aitcheson and Michael Barron were highly commended

Treasure Hunt

 

The Sunday Shoot was preceeded by a treasure hunt and the locations on a lengthy list of clues were identified and snapped up.

The winners were

1, Michael Barron,

2, DarynRitchie,

3, Sandra Thornton

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Win a Nikon in The Telegraph's Big Picture Photography Competition

 

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1st Projected Image Competition 2016 - 17

The results were:

Landscape

1, John Tully, 2, Colin Smurthwaite,

3, Martin Mears

 

Artistic

1 Alex Aitcheson, 2,Maggie Jary,

3 Alan Brown

 

Nature

1 John Tully, 2, & 3, Anne Christie

 

Illustrative

1 Alan Brown, 2 Pamela Wright,

3, Alex Aitchheson

 

General

1 & 2 Maggie Jary, 3, Martin Mears,

Commended .Anne Christie

 

Portrait

1 Colin Smurthwaite, 2, John Tully, 3,Bob Craig

The first projected image competition was judged by James Walker FRPS.

JAMES WALKER FRPS Judges Images & prints 

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Monochrome Competition,

(3 for each.)

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Tuesday 13th December

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An enthusiastic audience enjoyed  an illuminating and colourful presentation by Michael Barron