Camera Club

The Three Villages Camera Club is a friendly photographic club for people of all ages and abilities.

The only prerequisite for joining is an interest in taking photos! Our members have a wide variety of photographic interests and technical knowledge, and use cameras ranging from 'point-and-shoot' cameras to top-end digital SLRs.

The club meets once a month, usually on a Thursday evening, at the Three Villages Hall in Arrochar, from 7.30-9 pm.

After a break over the summer to give us chance to get out and enjoy the photo opportunities, we'll be back to regular meetings from September - next meeting Thursday 6th September at 7.30 pm.  Remember to being along any photos you've taken on the theme of 'Reflections'.  We'll also have a think about taking photos at different times of day e.g. dawn and dusk.

I've been very lax about changing the photos in the Hall foyer recently - sorry! I'll try and build up a supply of new photos to use, so please send me any favourites and I'll work my way through them.

As always, it'd be great if you let me know if there are any topics you particularly want covered/activities you'd like to do - can't promise, but I'll do my best to oblige :)

Tawny Owl, taken at Strathblane Falconry

Any suggestions for topics you'd like covered at future meetings, contact Sue.

Check out the calendar for future meeting dates.

There is an initial joining fee of £5, and a charge of £3 per meeting.

Meetings focus (pardon the pun...) on themes identified by our members, with occasional talks and workshops by outside speakers. We also arrange photographic trips and exhibitions. 

Siskin by Stella Irvine
Water droplet by Mark Sutcliffe

You can see some of our other photos below. You can also find examples of the club's work for sale in the Three Villages Cafe, beside the Community Hall in Arrochar.

For more info, please contact Sue Furness

puffins by RMwhite tulips by MLPen-Y-Gent by IDhungry weasel by SFmorning by CFseedhead by RDyoung stag by RDBen Lomond by SFBolton Abbey by IDangle on Arrochar by SG