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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 skills.

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

The season runs from September to March.

Fees: Adult: £30.00

 - Under 18: £10.00

 

ARE YOU UP TO DATE WITH THE  COMPETITION RULES ?

 

 

 

Projected digital images must be in the following size and format:

They must be sized to

1400 x 1050 pixels maximum for landscape format  and be sized to

1050 pixels maximum height for portrait format and

1050 x 1050 for square format.

 

They must be on JPG files

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The Panel Competition has been moved to 6th March, so please do not bring your panel images this Tuesday, but bring them instead on Tuesday 20th February.

And - can those of you who have been taking images of the Parks please stay for a short meeting at the end of the evening.

COMING SOON

The  next meeting

is at the

 Ord Village Hall on  Tuesday 19th March

 

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WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS

 

Ron McCombe, who recently gave a talk at the club, has a number of wildlife workshops coming up in the near future which may be of interest to members.

 

The woodland bird hide,

dates - to suit.  max four people £100 for four people https://www.wildlife-photography.uk.com/woodland-birds-workshop/

 

Pine Martens In the Galloway Forest, max three people, £125 pp This is an evening workshop under lights

https://www.wildlife-photography.uk.com/pine-marten-2/

 

Kingfisher Workshop

9th March 2019 Max four £150 pp

https://www.wildlife-photography.uk.com/kingfisher-workshop/

 

World of Owls Workshop,

Sunday 7th April and Sunday 21st April 2019 max eight per day, £60 pp

https://www.wildlife-photography.uk.com/owls-of-the-world/

 

For more information contact Ron McCombe at ron@wildlife-photography.uk.com

Nature              

1 Jeanette Conlan,

   2 Barbara Bogacka, 3 John Tully

 

Portrait            

1 Alex Aitcheson

  2 Paul Marshall  3 Paul Anderson

 

Landscape

1 Alex Aitcheson  

    2 Maggie Jary      3 John Tully

 

Illustrative  

1 Maggie Jary  

    2  Pamela Wright   3 Andy Colls

 

General 1 Paul Anderson  

    2 Barara Bogacka  3 Chris Jary

 

Artistic   1  Anne Christie  

    2  Paul Marshall  3 Maggie Jary

    4  Paul Anderson (Commended)

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26th February 2018    

2nd Projected Competition  

 

Judged by

George Romanes

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Called  "Thro the Lens" it contains a collection of images that date back almost 200 years to the times when pioneeer photographers visited Berwick  with bulky equiment. They captured images on a sheet of silver coated copper which was then washed in potassium cyanide.

 

The adjacent picture of Marygate  weas taken around 1864 by Berwick photographer Robert Totherick.

The club's President, James Walker FRPS has his ninth book published.

'Thro the Lens,  Berwick's Earliest Photographers' can be purchased in Grieve's

The Club's Annual Dinner will be held on Tuesday 26th March at the Magdalene Fields Golf Club,

at 7pm for 7.30.  Members are invited to bring a guest.

 

 

The Club is mounting an exhibition on Saturday 13th April in St Aidans Hall, Church Street, Berwick.

It runs from 10am to 2pm. Come along and join us for a cup of coffee

 

Members wishing to loan prints can hand them over at the AGM

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Best Projected Image

Maggie Jary              

12th March 2019

Best Overall Competition

 

Judged by Malcolm Kus

Best Printed Image

Annie Watt

Malcolm has had a long association with the club and his comments have always been  helpful and deliverd witt an entertaining style.

He is retirng (after 30 years of judging) so his humour and expertese will be missed at our end of season events.

In selecting the winners he also revealed who would have chosen for runner up  postions.

 

Projected -

1, Maggie Jary.

2, Paul Anderson,

3,Maggie Jary.

 

Print -

1 Annie Watt,

2 Paul Anderson,

3 Jeanette Conlan

Highly commended Alan Brown

 

The monthly

Evening Summer Shoots

begin on the first Tuesday in May

 

Meet outside the Ord Village Hall

at 6.30pm on the 7th of May