Welcome

Banbury Camera Club

Banbury Camera Club is the place for photography enthusiasts to meet in Banbury and surrounding areas. We meet every Monday between September and May at Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney,  just outside Banbury. If you like photography we think you’ll find something to interest you in our programme. Information about becoming a member can be seen here.

We like to make our programme as varied as possible. In our most recent programme we’ve had lectures on landscape photography, mobile phone photography and instagram and a varied practical evening. Our frequent members’ print competitions are of a high standard and bring out some imaginative photography. We also enter into external competitions with other camera clubs and have a lively Summer Programme.

Where we meet.

We are fortunate in having access to excellent facilities for practical photography at Chenderit. There is a superb digital imaging suite equipped with the very latest computers, scanners and printers. So we can put a big emphasis on practical work, offering opportunities for individual and group use of the extensive facilities, with experienced members offering advice or support.

In addition there is an excellent gallery where we hold our annual exhibition.

So whether it is learning to use your camera, improving your holiday pictures for the family album, producing exhibition prints, or simply enjoying other people`s photographs, we hope that Banbury Camera Club has something for you.

Next Meetings

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Banbury Camera Club added 2 new photos.Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 4:31pm
Monday evening's Walford & Round print competition judged by John Childs had two subjects, Yellow and Horses. Congratulations to Diane Berridge for her winning entry in 'Yellow' with Sun Beams Kiss the Sea' and to Ben Parker for his winning entry in 'Horses', entitled Wild Horse, Bodmin. Overall winner for the Walford & Round trophy was Ben Parker.
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Banbury Camera ClubWednesday, December 21st, 2016 at 12:57pm
Photos by Members, chosen by Katherine House for their 2017 calendar are on display at Cafe Red in Banbury.
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Banbury Camera ClubTuesday, December 13th, 2016 at 6:03pm
Experienced club members, Gavin Preuss, Steve Gold and Jem Hayward shared their knowledge on preparing for an 'Exhibition of Your Work' covering many issues from finding a venue to selecting and presenting the right photographs. Here are Gavin, Steve and Jem before the evening commenced. Photo courtesy of Andrew Spackman.
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Banbury Camera ClubThursday, December 8th, 2016 at 12:57pm
Paul Keene treated us to some spectacular audio visual images on Monday evening, accompanied by wonderful music. If you would like to view them, or were not able to join us on Monday evening, click on the YouTube link. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=paul+keene+audio+visuals
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Banbury Camera Club added 2 new photos.Saturday, December 3rd, 2016 at 8:18am
Congratulations to our two competition winners on Monday evening. With a colour set subject of 'British Life', Andrew Spackman won with his photograph 'Cragg Sisters Tearoom, Aldeburgh and in the mono open subject, Alan Sheers achieve first place with 'Ewe talkin' to me? Our judge for the evening was Stan McCartin.
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Banbury Camera ClubSunday, November 20th, 2016 at 3:28pm
Banbury Camera Club's 70th Anniversary Photographic Exhibition was officially opened by Lord Heseltine on Thursday 10th November. The exhibition is running at the Michael Heseltine Gallery, Chenderit School, until Sunday 27th November. Pictured are Andrew Spackman, Chairman and Lord Heseltine. Further details regarding the exhibition and the club can be found on the website: www.banburycameraclub.org.uk

Affiliations and Charities

Banbury Camera Club is a members of The Chiltern Association of Camera ClubsBanbury Camera Club is a member of the Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs.
The Photographic Alliance of Great BritainThe CACC is a member of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain.
Banbury Camera Club Supports Katharine House HospiceBanbury Camera Club supports Katharine House Hospice.