Honiton Camera Club focuses on year ahead

'William Sharp' by Lycia Moore - Honiton Camera Club's colour print of the year

'William Sharp' by Lycia Moore - Honiton Camera Club's colour print of the year - Credit: Archant

Honiton Camera Club resumes activities on Friday (September 13) after its summer break – hoping to attract new members.

Pictured with their trophies are camera club members (l/r) Nick Boggan, Lynda Piper, Diana Wynn, Lyc

Pictured with their trophies are camera club members (l/r) Nick Boggan, Lynda Piper, Diana Wynn, Lycia Moore, Leslie Moore and Judith Stephens. Picture: Dave Withy. - Credit: Archant

Chairman Judith Stephens said the group which meets fortnightly at the Methodist Church in Chapel Street welcomes anyone with an interest in photography.

"We welcome new members of all abilities," she said. "We have a varied programme, which includes professional speakers, instructional talks and internal competitions.

"Besides our fortnightly meetings, we also have various photo shoots, which this summer has included an evening at Topsham, Dartmoor and also a portrait session, with more sessions planned for September."

Lycia Moore said: "Joining Honiton Camera Club, just under two years ago, has given me the opportunity to participate in regular competitions that have encouraged me to experiment using different techniques and explore numerous genres of photography.


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"The many experienced visiting judges who have critiqued my photographs, have helped me to take more significantly satisfying images, which has aided me on my photographic journey. The result - being awarded the Photographer of the Year trophy."

The club recently held its annual dinner and presentation evening at Sidbury Mill. Trophies and certificates were awarded to members for the best photographs in the various internal competitions. Winning photographs and further information about the club can be seen on the club's Facebook page and website by clicking here

The club's annual subscription is £35 and visitors are welcome at £3 per session, for the first couple of sessions.

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