Bishop’s Stortford Camera Club welcome some of the best Photography Speakers in the UK
Get more out of your photography – learn the tricks of the trade including using Affinity and Photoshop software
Get regular critiques of your images from independant judges from across the East Anglian district and pit your wits against your fellow members
The club has a really strong social side including a full Summer Program where we go out across the region photographing what we come across
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Keep up to date about what’s happening at the Club including forthcoming talks, competitions and workshops.
Each year the club runs a long weekend away at (usually) a Warner Hotel in an interesting part of the country for fum, games and photography.
This is a great social weekend for members and their partners and friends to get together around photography and see and photograph an area we wouldn’t normally visit.
I joined the club back in 2012 following early retirement. I bought a Panasonic Lumix G3 and attended a short photography course in Sawbridgeworth.
I had always loved taking photos and thanks to meeting Bob Miller on the course, I was invited to join the BSCC Summer Programme. The rest is history!
Once lockdown finally comes to an end and it’s safe to do so we will be resuming our Summer Photowalks program.
Open to all, our popular Tuesday evening walks are a great way to meet existing members and improve your photography in a social setting.
I never knew I wanted to be a photographer until my wife bought me a camera for my 40th birthday. I joined BSCC shortly thereafter and have, with the help and encouragement of the club, earned my LRPS and CPAGB photography distinctions
Every year (pandemics excepted) we hold an Exhibition for the public to see our images. Held in the centre of Stortford this is a popular event following which we have a celebratory dinner and awards ceremony
I’ve always had a camera to take family photos but when my children became teenagers they “asked” me to stop taking their photo. I had to find something else to photograph. I was keen to take flower and macro photos but didn’t know how to. I joined the camera club to learn how to use my camera properly and to get off the auto mode. It’s also been great to meet other photographers.
Just a few of the fantatic speakers we’ve had recently include
We are a member of The East Anglian Federation (EAF) of Photographic Societies
The EAF is a constituent founder Member of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB), which is the parent organisation for camera clubs and photographic societies throughout the UK.
Having 121 member clubs and societies with in excess of 4000 individual members, the EAF is now the largest federation in the PAGB covering the area of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk and that part of Hertfordshire which lies to the east of the M1 motorway.