Category: Club News

Kirsten Gifkins receives her Award

Awards Evening – 28th March 2013

On Saturday 29th March the Letchworth Garden City Camera Club held their annual exhibition in the main hall at the Letchworth Settlement, just yards from our regular meeting room. The opening of the Exhibition took place on the evening before and was open to members of the club and invited guests. This is traditionally where […]

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Summer Challenge 2013

Over the summer of 2013 Denis Burrell set members a challenge to record their summer activities with their cameras. Over two meetings, December 5th and January 23rd, members had the opportunity to show a selection of images to the rest of the club. They were able to talk about what and where the shot was […]

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Brown Hare

Print of the Year Competition – 2013

On Thursday 16 January, the club held it’s annual Print of the Year competiton. Nineteen members attended and saw a selection of prints in two classes; Monochrome and Colour, judged by guest judge, Naomi Saul. Prints were commented on by the judge but were not scored as per our usual competitions procedure. The job of […]

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Christmas Social

Xmas Social

Our last meeting of the year was on the 12th December. Seventeen members popped down to the Settlement for our annual Christmas Social. Andrew Foden had prepared a Christmas quiz, which had little to do with Christmas and much to do with photography. It certainly got the old grey matter working hard. There were a […]

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American Football by Andrew Foden

Trying American Football

On Sunday 17th November, three LGCCC members made a journey down the A1M to Hatfield to shoot some American football. Club Chairman, Garry Neesam, is a keen sports photographer and the official photographer for the University of Hertfordshire Hurricanes. In a recent newsletter Garry offered the chance for club members to try some real live […]

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Four-way Battle at Letchworth

Four-way Battle – November 2013

[sws_picture_frame94 src=”http://www.letchworthcameraclub.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/IMG_9976.jpg” title=”Four-way Battle at Letchworth – November 2013″ alt=”Four-way Battle at Letchworth – November 2013″ align=”sws_frame_center” lightbox=”1″ album=”Four-way 2013″ video=””] [/sws_picture_frame94] Thursday 28th November saw the LGCCC hosting the annual Four-way Battle between Stevenage Photographic Society, Hertford District Camera Club, Welwyn Garden City Photographic Club and Letchworth Garden City Camera Club. Six members from […]

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Taking Baby Home

2013 Bedfordshire Invitation Inter-club Competition

Thursday 15th November saw 7 LGCCC members make the journey over to Flitwick where Ampthill & District Camera Club hosted 16 other teams in this annual cup competition. The competition was held in a large hall with tiered seating and a PA system, somewhat larger and more luxurious than the Brunt Room! Unfortunately, the judge […]

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Recumbent Pufffin

Melbourn Cup Round 1 – Letchworth at Hitchin – 24th October 2013

On Thursday 24th October 2013, nine members of the LGCCC made the long journey (4 miles) down to Hitchin Camera Club in Bedford Road. Hitchin were playing host to the first round of the Melbourn Cup and had invited Allan Hale to judge the competition which was to consist of 24 projected images from each […]

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Internal Competition Final Results for 2013

October 3rd saw the last internal competition of 2013 when we welcomed Adrian Stone to judge our Print Competition no. 3. This was the culmination of our competition year which sees us competing against other club members in a series of 3 competitions in three classes; Colour Print, Monochrome Print and Digital Image. Here are […]

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Colour Print Competition no. 1, 2013

January 17th 2013 saw us hold our first competition of the 2013 season. Ken Payne visited the club to judge our Colour and Monochrome Print Competitions. Eight prints were awarded a maximum score of 20 points with John Swift and Garry Neesam both scoring two prints in the top 8. A total of 47 prints […]

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