Bradford Camera Club news

| November 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Tony Caunt LRPS.

November can bring some bad weather, but I have also known exceptionally sunny and somewhat mild days in previous years. It can be delightful: Autumn colours for the amateur camera enthusiast, and even some snow or heavy frost with winter sun to add that extra sparkle. My wife and I have booked a four-day break at the Red Lion in Grasmere in the beautiful English Lake District in early November, and we hope for some autumn colour amid the Lakeland fells – if I am lucky, I will share a picture with you in a later edition.

On the right is a picture that I have submitted for our annual competitions at Bradford Camera Club. This is the main feature above the altar in Wakefield cathedral, depicting the crucifixion. If you have something like this or another image you would like to share, or if you would like to attain this standard, you could do a lot worse than come along to our meetings and learn more of this fascinating art form. Beginners and competent photographers are all welcome


Our programme for November is as follows: on the 7th we will be visiting Pudsey Camera Club for a “mix and match” friendly battle with Bingley Camera Club and ourselves, where we pit our photos against the other two clubs. It is always a great night. On the 14th and 21st at Carlton House, we will have our annual competitions (an ideal opportunity to see the standard of our work), then on the 28th Peter Murray of the Rodley Nature Reserve will discuss the creation and development of the project. On the 5th December there will be the annual Christmas supper.

The club meets at Carlton House, 46 Little Horton Lane, Bradford. Call Allan Ogilvie on 01274 884187 or Debbie Alstead on 01274 824758, or visit

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