Month: May 2018

May Online – Construction – The Results

Ok so a fairly difficult subject to carry out, which is why im guessing there was only a few entries, that or everyone is on holiday 😉. Obviously construction sites are dangerous, with limited access, so there is a limit

Postcard from America….. and quiz

Hi. As many may realise I am currently away from webmaster duty and on holiday in the USA in the Rocky Mountains.  Ian is holding the fort (and probably doing a better job than me!). From a photographic point of

June On line Entry Now Open – Low Light

Don’t forget to get out and take your Low Light images for the June online competition, entry closes on the 20th June. You can enter now, just click here ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Can you construct the winning sequence?

Whilst the judge chooses their top three can you construct your own list of winners from the May online competition entries for the set subject of ‘construction’. Good luck to those who entered. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Judging of the Maurice Biglin Trophy for 2018

The agenda for the meeting of the Wakefield Camera Club this week was the judging of the annual Maurice Biglin trophy competition which is a set subject of Wild Flowers. Members gave a warm welcome to the judge, Christine Hartley

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Oliver Wright – “Nature, Macro and Landscape”

On the evening of Monday the 15th May members of Wakefield Camera Club enjoyed an evening that I can only describe as awesome! The images together with a very warm and friendly presentation style made for an absolutely enthralling evening.

York PS visits us for a return “match”

This was a “return match” of an evening following a visit by some of our members to York Photographic Society. The idea is for clubs to share their ideas about interests, specialities and skills. We took a few members over

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