Fenland photographers put exhibition visitors in the picture
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Wildlife was among the subjects given the lights, camera, action treatment when a club held its annual exhibition.
Fenland Camera Club held its photography exhibition at Whittlesey with more than 200 prints for visitors to enjoy.
Organisers said the event was an opportunity to see some of the best local amateur photographers showcase a range of styles and topics across a broad spectrum of photography.
The exhibition included work by 16 photographers in the event at the Falcon Hotel.
The club caters for all photographers, both beginners and experienced, with all types of cameras, from pocket compacts to full format D-SLRs.
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It calls itself a friendly, informal group with a lively environment, with an objective to encourage its members to improve and expand their photographic horizons by sharing skills, ideas and knowledge.
The Club meets every other Wednesday at 7:15 for 7:30pm in the The Falcon Hotel, London Street, Whittlesey, Peterborough.
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Club activities include field trips to places of interest to capture images,monthly and quarterly competitions with a trophy for the winners in each category, outings to visit galleries and exhibitions as a social group and talks by inhouse and visiting speakers,