Warrington District Camera Club Newsletter - 2019/2020 Number 5
WDCC Next Meeting - Club Speaker
Wedding Photography - David Mellor
Monday 20th May 2019 - 7:45pm - 9:30pm
Updatefrom last meeting:
Thanks to everyone that came along to the last meeting and shared their images, some great pictures and I love hearing the stories behind them. I admit I was panicking a bit at 7pm when I only had my own images to share, but thankfully attendees came up with the goods and some sent images from their phones via email and I was able to bring them up during the course of the night.
Lots of positive feedback has been received from attendees, thanks all for making the evening a success!
Next Meeting:David Mellor - Wedding Photography
Monday 20th May 2019 - 7:45 pm - 9:30pm
Join us for what is sure to be an interesting talk by club member David Mellor on Wedding Photography. You will all have seen some of his excellent wedding photographs on club competition nights, and will have seen that he has developed a very distinctive style.
Please note that this event is also the last submission night for competition entries for the "Open" competition. You will have received a separate email specifically regarding competitions.
Meeting After Next:Club Competition 1 - "Open"
Monday 3rd June 2019 - 7:45pm - 9:30pm
Our first club competition of the year and as ever, the initial competition is an open theme, i.e. Your photograph can be on any subject you wish, in any style you like, in colour or black and white. Points scored count towards the Photographer Of The Year competition.
Please note that images must be handed to the competition secretary Ian Sprott at the meeting before the competition (20th May), and digital images must be submitted before midnight at that event by email to
ExternalEvents Of Interest
Invitation from Accrington Camera Club
Annual Exhibition of Photographic Prints and Projected Images
Official opening and Preview
On Thursday May 30th from 6-8 pm at
The Haworth Art Gallery- an outstanding example of Arts and Crafts architecture.
Accrington BB5 2JS
(vehicle access and parking via Hollins Lane)
In the company of the President of the L&CPU, Mr Ian Aldcroft, ARPS and the Mayor of Hyndburn, Councillor Mohammad Ayub.
All L&CPU and ICPA members are invited.
The exhibition runs from Saturday June 1st until Sunday July 21.
The gallery also boasts the greatest collection of Tiffany Glass outside the USA, and has an active group of artists in the recently refurbished Stableblock and Motor House. Items can be purchased direct from the creators.
The Gallery Kitchen is open during gallery open hours and offers lightlunches, snacks and afternoon teas. There is also a licensed bar.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 12Noon until 4.45pm
Saturdays and Sundays 12 Noon until 4.15pm
CLOSED MONDAYS and Bank Holidays
WDCC Facebook Group
The club now has a Facebook group for members to use to chat, share articles and even sell unwanted items of kit. If you haven't already had a look, you can find it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thewdcc. It is a publicly viewable group for WDCC members (old and new), but only members can post. If you haven't received an invite yet, please speak to Helen or Lawry. There has been a good uptake and currently 3/4 of the club membership have joined the group.
WDCC Instagram Account
The club now has its own Instagram account, @thewdcc. If you share your images on Instagram, use the hashtag #thewdcc and tag @thewdcc and a selection of images will be featured on the club's stream.
Share your news!
Have you recently read an interesting article about photography that you would like to share with club members? Have you won a photography award or competition or had one of your images published somewhere? Then let us know, so we can share this with the rest of the club via the website and newsletter. You can send your items of interest to us at this email address: email@example.com
Share your skills and experience!
We are always on the lookout for interesting speakers for the club and we know there is a vast amount of experience and knowledge within the club itself. If you would like to give a talk or workshop on a particular skill or aspect of photography, or can give a short demonstration of a piece of software that you think would interest club members, then please contact Bernard (firstname.lastname@example.org) or speak to a member of the committee at a meeting.
For more information about the club, including the programme for the coming months, competitions etc., visit our website: http://www.thewdcc.org.uk