Annual Print Exhibition

Our annual print exhibition will be held once again in the Cathedral, and is open every day throughout August. Entry is free, so please come along and have a look, and don’t forget to bring your friends!

Many prints will be available for you to purchase by leaving your details in the box – we will then contact purchasers to arrange for their prints to be delivered to them.

The New Season

The club’s new season will start on Wednesday September 11  2019, with a welcome to members new and old. The club has arranged a varied season of events, which are all available to view on the website now on the events calendar. We always welcome new members, and look forward to another successful season to come!

Print panel competition 2019

Our final competition of the year was held on Wednesday 22 May 2019, and was judged by Roy Essery.

Congratulations to Kevin Pigney for winning the competition with “Canine Friends”.  Pauline Griggs came second with “Architectural Aspects” and Viv Houghton third with “Something Simple”. 

Club AGM 2019

The Annual General Meeting of the Club will be held on Wednesday 15 May 2019 at Needhams Hall, Ely College, from 7.30pm.  Nick sent out a pack of information to all members on 26 April, and all members are encouraged to attend this important evening.

North Anglian Challenge Trophy – Results

We were one of 5 clubs participating in the North Anglian Challenge Trophy held at Wisbech on 1 April 2019. Each club had to submit 7 PDIs and 7 prints, and the judge was David Steel.

In the first half we scored 127 poits out of 140 for our PDI entries and were leading by 8 points, but the other 4 clubs made a fightback in the 2nd half with their print submissions. We came 2nd overall with 238 points. Wisbech came 1st with 240, Brancaster 3rd with 236, Kings Lynn 4th with 234 and Hunstanton 5th with 225. read more

Results of Fun Portrait competition

Although many of us do not think of ourselves primarily as portrait photographers, a great number of the club’s members submitted images for this competition, which was held on 6 February 2019.  Local photographer Ian Stacey judged the event, and made some very useful comments as part of his critique on how to improve our portraits in the future. Members were split into two teams captained by Andrew Hunt and Kevin Pigney, and Ian judged a total of 50 images (25 per team).

Although Kevin’s team took an early lead and were in front at the halfway point, Andrew’s team had a strong second half, and amazingly, when the results were totalled, each team had scored the same total number of points! read more