BSCC Newsletter 9th October 2016

Hello Fellow Photographer and welcome to this weeks newsletter.

This week we have

  • Hand In for Round 1 of the Print Competition
  • Gary Nicholls – “Steam Punk”
  • DIG Thames Valley
  • Enfield Camera Club annual exhibition

Hand In for Round 1 of the Print Competition

Please bring your entries (maximum of 2 colour and 2 mono) and pass to Janet for next weeks judging session

Gary Nicholls – “Steam Punk”

Rather than try to describe this I’m just going to point you to his phenomenal web site – – this promises to be a very interesting talk.

DIG Thames Valley

Presentations by Attendees, and our Millennium Cup Competition for Prints


A unique opportunity to enjoy a collection of short presentations, from both experienced camera club presenters and attendees, on a wide range of subjects that include Macro photography, Photographic software, Sport photography, Use of Movement (including light trail work), Handheld HDR Photography and Post Processing, and more.
After lunch we will be holding our Millennium Cup Competition for Prints. Please click in this link to see the rules, and please follow them carefully!
Note that there is a requirement to send us a JPEG of your print image by the Wednesday before the competition.
You can download an Information Pack (which includes a ticket application form), from:
Prize Draw:
There will be a Prize Draw for boxes of Fotospeed papers.
Remember we have our Premium Event on 20 November. Buy your Day tickets soon to avoid disappointment. You can purchase your November ticket(s) at Early Bird prices at our October event. For your convenience, there is a cash machine at Morrisons next door, just 50 metres from the Hall.
More information on our November event at:

Enfield Camera Club annual exhibition

I would like to take the opportunity to mention the annual exhibition of the Enfield Camera Club. This is taking place in the Gallery of the Dugdale Centre, Enfield (Thomas Hardy House, London Road, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 6DS, from Monday October 17th to Saturday October 29th 2016. This will feature mounted prints by the entire club membership, ranging from comparative enthusiastic beginners to highly technically advanced workers. All visitors are naturally welcome, admission is free and there will be an opportunity to vote for favourite photographs. A wide variety of refreshments are also available within the centre.

That’s it for today.

All the best


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