Malden Camera Club is now on social media! You can find us both on Instagram (malden_camera_club) and Twitter (@Malden_Camera). We’ll be posting regularly to showcase photographs taken by our members, and to let you know all the news from our
So, no Malden Fortnight , no Malden Camera Club exhibition. But wait – yes there is … One of our local councillors (Lesley Heap – thank you!) suggested we do this online, so that is exactly what we have done.
Due to the Coronavirus situation, club meetings at the library have been suspended until further notice. Meetings are being held online where possible. Watch this space for further news.
This year, Malden Camera Club were hosts for this event, in which nine local camera clubs compete. It was held on November 14th. In the interests of modesty and hospitality, we allowed the other clubs to do better than ourselves.
Thanks to everyone who visited our annual exhibition on 12th and 13th of July. We hope you enjoyed it and would welcome you to come along to our club meetings when they resume in September. Visitors to the Exhibition and
Thanks to the New Malden Village Voice for publishing this article and for permitting it to be used on our website. A photographer dreams – April Hugh Griffiths LRPS –www.creativelight.org.uk Arundel Castle has a ‘Tulip Festival’ each year in April
Thanks to Jenny Stuart and the New Malden Village Voice for permitting these articles to be reused as a blog. A photographer dreams – February Hugh Griffiths LRPS – www.creativelight.org.uk I have a few standard walks in Richmond Park. There
Chorley Photographic Society has been amongst the UK’s most successful clubs in the last five or ten years. They have developed a YouTube channel where you can find lots of informative videos about photography. There are videos about camera maintenance,