Due to the latest government advice about Coronavirus we have taken the difficult decision to cancel our club meetings for the foreseeable future.
Founded in 1972, the St Ives Photographic Club is a friendly and active club in Cambridgeshire, dedicated to the encouragement and development of photography in the community.
The club meets at 8pm every Tuesday evening between September and April in the Free Church, St Ives. We also have an active programme of outside events from May to August.
Our autumn/winter programme of meetings offer a lively mixture of talks from both amateur and professional photographers, practical evenings, internal competitions, practical demonstrations of photographic techniques and equipment, and competitions with other clubs. To see more details of our programme, look under the events section.
Our summer programme is focussed on a series of outdoor activities across a range of photographic subjects.
Members are keen to share their expertise over a wide range of photographic techniques and subjects, from natural history and landscape to creative work.
If you are interested in photography and live in St Ives or the surrounding area, this is the club for you and we welcome new members who enjoy photography at all experience levels, young and old, amateur and professional.
Tue13Aug20197:00 pmFront of St Mary’s Great Church on King's Parade
Evening in Cambridge
The plan looks something like this:
1) Meet at the front of St Mary’s Great Church on King's Parade at 7pm
2) Market square and Rose Crescent
3) Trinity Lane, including Queens Gate views of Trinity Great Court (need to check what time they close the gates)
4) Garret Hostel Lane and bridge (views of river and colleges)
5) Backs (timing should be good for golden hour)
6) Silver Street and Mill area
7) Little St Mary’s Lane and Peterhouse area (small lanes)
8) Trumpington Street
9) Kings Parade and Corpus Clock
10) The Eagle (9 ish)
Contact Tim Norman or Mark Andreson
For details of membership click here.
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