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Next MAIN meeting:
Thursday April 30th

Print Panel Comp - Neil Lawson-Baker

Submissions deadline for Print Panel Comp

Please see our PROGRAMME page for full details.


You don't have to be an 'Expert Photographer' to be welcomed as a member of Chichester Camera Club. All you need is an interest in photography.

The Chichester Photographic Society was formed in 1893 and actively continued until 1945. After a four year break it was re-formed in 1949 under the name of CHICHESTER CAMERA CLUB and has continued as such to the present day and is recognised as one of the most active and successful Camera Clubs in the South of England.

In addition to our weekly meetings we also hold regular meetings for those interested in Audio Visual; Digital Imaging; Portraiture; Printing and Royal Photographic Society Distinctions. Regular monthly walks take place during the year and a summer programme of walks during the closed season.

in the 23rd East Anglian Audio Visual Competition 2015

Carole was awarded a Bronze Medal, the Terry Butler Award and a PAGB Ribbon for her A/V production: 'Native Rock' - a documentary about the traditional Welsh slate industry. Congratulations also go to Lynn Evans who voiced part of the narration along with Carole.

['Native Rock' will be shown as part of the A/V evening at the Club on Thursday, 14th May Bring your friends. Not to be missed!]
Photography News is a monthly newspaper issued free to camera clubs across the country. 10 issues are made available to Chichester Camera Club every month but if you are unable to get your hands on a printed copy at the club there is a free download version of the paper that you can read on your desktop or device. The latest edition is available here: Issue number 16 (February 2015).
A photographer went to an exclusive socialite party in London. As she entered the front door the host said to her "I really love your photo's; you must have a fantastic camera!". She remained silent until dinner was over and then turned to the host and said "That was a wonderful dinner; you must have a fantastic cooker!".

Don't forget to check out the LINKS page for inspiration and entertainment!


Chichester Camera Club is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Southern Counties Photographic Federation. Read the latest PAGB newsletter:
Issue 131 - January 2015.


The Southern Counties Photographic Federation is a Member of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain and is Affiliated to the FIAP.

The Federation serves camera clubs and photographic societies in Hampshire and neighbouring parts of Sussex, Surrey, Berkshire, Wiltshire and Dorset, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands of Guernsey and Jersey.

Click HERE to go to the SCPF web site.


Chichester Camera Club is pleased to welcome on board three new sponsors for the new season. Tetenal, Tamron and Point101 offer special deals for club members along with all our other generous sponsors so please check them out on our sponsors link page.

Spring Photographic Exhibition 2015
A brand new and exciting exhibition made its debut over the weekend of Saturday and Sunday the 11th & 12th April, showcasing the work of our new and aspiring members in the Beginners and Intermediate groups.

The exhibition took place at our Tangmere HQ and was a huge success with over 120 visitors through the doors on Saturday alone. On show was a wide range of creative and imaginative photography presented in a number of different styles, which made for a very interesting and engaging viewing experience.

See the web site for further details: CCC Spring Expo
"Catching the Light"
Focus Group Exhibition 2015

Saturday 18th April - Saturday 25th April

Focus Group expo 2015 Poster
The Focus Group Photographic Exhibition for 2015 will be held in Chichester’s prestigious Assembly Rooms, North Street, Chichester PO19 1LQ from Saturday 18th - Saturday 25th April (Closed Sunday 19th).

Opening times 10am-5pm. Admission FREE.

Many examples of their prints will be featured in the exhibition, together with new AV’s and videos.

All Chichester Camera Club members are invited to the Opening Evening and Reception on Friday 17th April at 7pm at the Assembly Rooms.

BACKGROUND: The Focus Group was formed nine years ago by some photographers in the South of England who wished to work together, to share ideas and to hold public exhibitions of their work. Each year they travel together to explore a new area of the UK to unlock its visual secrets. The members are also involved in advising, teaching and mentoring other photographers, both locally and more widely. They are all closely involved with Chichester Camera Club. This will be the sixth exhibition of their latest work which ranges widely from traditional Landscapes to Urban scenes, Abstracts and Experimental Imaging. The six members of the Group are:
Iain McGowan FRPS; Janey Devine FRPS; Peter Bamforth ARPS; Bill McKnight ARPS; Nigel Chapman; John Bradshaw FRPS.

Web Site: The Focus Group has a website which provides detailed information about the six members of the Group and Galleries of their work, including some images which will be on show at the exhibition. Visit them at

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