The winning shots from March Camera Club
- Credit: Archant
March Camera Club held its latest competition with Trish Wilcox winning the annual print competition for her shot called Black Country Lad.
She also won the first four image challenge with prints of a landscape, natural history, portrait and sport.
Mel Harris won this season’s annual projected images competition with his action shot Dirty Corner showing grass track cars in action.
The club has been gong since the early 1960s and meets at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel in March at 7.30pm every Thursday from the beginning of September to the end of April.
Members enjoy internal and external competitions, exhibitions, demonstrations, lectures, trips and social evenings.
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Throughout the year guest speakers give lectures on topics ranging from photographic techniques and printing through to digital presentations.
It is affiliated to the East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies and the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain so members can participate in events that are organized or sponsored by these groups.
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A club spokesman said: “By looking at other people’s work you are able to get new ideas for places to go, subjects, methods, equipment, ways to show photographs and standards.
“Most importantly it is an enjoyable reason to take pictures.”
Annual Subscription is £30 and is half price for those in full-time education and £10 discount for joint members.
There is also a £2 attendance fee on every club night.