If you have an interest in photography and you live in Norfolk, you really should be a member of King’s Lynn & District Camera Club. The Club aims to advance, improve, and develop the practise and appreciation of photography. We have a full programme of illustrated talks, discussions, competitions, exhibitions and events. These often include presentations by well-known guest speakers and members – all of which are detailed on the Programme page.
We meet on Monday nights throughout the year, except for Christmas and New Year, at the William Burt Community Centre in West Winch, near King’s Lynn. Meetings normally start at 7.30pm and usually end around 9:30pm. There is even a nice bar for everyone during the half-way break!
Look at our Programme on the menu to see that alternate weekly meetings are Practical Nights. In these meetings we are more hands-on with our cameras, learning about and sharing techniques, knowledge, and helping everyone, from beginner to expert.
But see for yourself – come along to one of our club nights, and meet our friendly members to see if our club suits you. Just let the club secretary know you are coming HERE. A direction map is HERE on our CONTACT US page.
You might want to take, or learn to take, photos with your mobile phone or your tablet. You may have a full size camera and would like to know how to get the best from it. Or want advice on which camera might be best to buy. In every way, our club members can certainly help you. Come along for a chat on Monday evenings to West Norfolk’s leading camera and photography club.
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