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.

Our next meeting will be on Thursday 11th January at 7.30pm in the 3V Hall.  Some of you may recall that Ella Jackson recently spent several months volunteering with young people in Uganda. As part of her follow-up for that project, Ella has offered to show a photographic record of her trip and explain a bit more about what the project entailed. Coffee and biscuits provided :) Non-members welcome, so please pass the word.

It's Frank Walton Competition time again! Judging this year will be held in Lochgilphead (date to be decided). I need to know fairly urgently if our club wishes to participate this year. If so, we’d need to have 12 entries (no more than 3 per member) by February 14th. Please let me know your thoughts on this as soon as possible!

I suspect that some of you who are signed up to our Shutterfly account may not be getting emails when people post new photos or event updates. (These are separate from any reminders you get directly from me). As a test to see if it’s working, you should get a reminder from Shutterfly about Thursday’s meeting on Sunday or Monday – if this doesn’t arrive, let me know.

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. 

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

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