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40 Years on the Road

posted by Anon. in Club Meetings

There was a good turn-out this week for Patrick Ward's brilliant presentation, showing his work since the early 1960s. As a young man, Patrick plunged in the deep end by travelling across Latin America and Mexico working for the Sunday Times Magazine in the early days of colour magazines.

We...

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JPCR 6-Club Battle

posted by Anon. in Club Meetings

This year's annual competition was held at the Burghfield Camera Club with Colin Harrison as the judge.The competing clubs were from:

  • Burghfield
  • Wokingham & East Reading
  • Goring & Streatley
  • Woodley
  • South Reading
  • Whitchurch Hill

Each club entered their best 5 prints and 5 digital images and the friendly battle commenced. By the refreshment break WHCC had...

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Natural History Competition

posted by Anon. in Club Meetings

It may have been 1st April but there was no fooling about with the excellent standard of entries in this year's Natural History Competition. With a total of 93 images to judge, Keith Adams rose to the occasion giving brief, constructive comments and marks before making a final decision...

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An Evening with Bill Pound

posted by Anon. in Club Meetings

One of the club's top wildlife photographers, Bill Pound, entertained the club with his high class photography ranging from the Carmargue horses to his wonderful bird studies and various animals. He showed that it's not necessary to travel far to get brilliant wildlife images; in fact many were taken...

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Enter Title

posted by Ian Lewis in Club Meetings

So ‘the curfew tolled the knell of parting day’ but not so much of ‘the ploughman homeward plods his weary way’  - more of a dash to the village hall for last Wednesday’s meeting – the second print competition with the set subject of ‘Landscapes’ The judge – all...

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