Welshpool Camera Club
Welcome to our Camera Club website!
Please note that some areas of our website are still undergoing essential maintenance and as a consequence not all pages are fully operational.
Welshpool Camera Club is a long-standing photographic society in this Mid-Wales town, dating back over four decades. We meet on alternate Tuesdays at 7:30pm in the New Street United Church, Welshpool. See the Programme page for the current year’s activities and Find Us page for location.
If you would be interested in joining our club, please use the Contact Us link and we will get back to you. The club covers the whole range of skill levels from "Why can't I just use Auto" to "Hyper focal Lengths" and actively produce trips where members can develop their skill. We are a lively club open to all aspects of our photogenic world, from cultural festivals, community participation and events - you name it, we'll point a camera at it and at the same time, show you how to as well.
Club Exhibition - Newtown Library
Club members are currently exhibiting their work in an exhibition in the foyer of Newtown Library. The library is open every day from Monday to Saturday so feel free to pop in and see our work.
Review of the 2012-2013 season
These images were all taken during the course of the last season of Welshpool Camera Club - from workshops, competitions and additional club trips. If these images whet your appetite, come back soon to see the programme for the coming season, commencing on 3rd September.
WCC Photography Book
In 2012 Welshpool Camera Club produced its first photography book. This photographic delight is split into two sections - the first section features the personal work of a number of its members, whilst the second half portrays images taken on camera club outings and workshops.
The book is available to preview or buy, just click on the book cover below.
Cover image - "Black Venice" by Mike Padden
Copying, Screen Captures, Screen Prints or any other forms of acquiring images from this site is strictly forbidden without permission. Please contact the WCC if you wish to use any images or pictures from this site.