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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.


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Banbury Camera ClubThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 10:45am
Don't miss Alan Sargeant's talk "Banbury Then and Now: A pictorial journey around the town" at Banbury Museum on Saturday 3rd June. Some of his images can be seen at Cafe Red.
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Banbury Camera Club added 2 new photos.Friday, May 19th, 2017 at 1:00pm
Many congratulations to Ann Jolly for achieving first place in the Jack Keen Cup on Monday evening and to Jem Hayward for winning the Brantwood Cup competition. Here is Ann's winning photograph, 'Roar', and Jem's winning image 'Latch'.
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Banbury Camera Club added 3 new photos to the album 70th Anniversary Photo Competition - The Results.Monday, May 15th, 2017 at 10:53pm
After 4 weeks and an amazing variety of wonderful images to enjoy, our panel of judges have selected the winner and runners up. Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter, our judges for their hard task of selecting an overall winner and congratulations to the winners 1st - Tjobbe Andrews, 2nd - Paul Elcoat and 3rd - Margaret Harris who each receive a framed print of their photo and a 2017/2018 season complimentary membership to Banbury Camera Club. If you're interested in learning more about the club we meet every Monday evening Sep-May at Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney, you are assured of a warm welcome. http://banburycameraclub.org.uk/
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Banbury Camera ClubWednesday, May 10th, 2017 at 5:20pm
We were very pleased to host the Interclub Competition with Stratford Photo Group on Monday evening. The competition was very close right to the end with Stratford winning with 413 marks to our 399. Congratulations to two Banbury members, Diana Gamble with 'I'm Watching" and Chris Baldwin with "Conflict or Courting" who were each awarded top marks of 20. Pictured are Naomi Saul, Andrew Spackman and Stewart Band.
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Banbury Camera Club added 12 new photos.Monday, May 8th, 2017 at 1:15pm
Banbury Camera Club Anniversary Public Competition - The Finalists. Congratulations to the creators of the 12 images that made it through to the final judging. They are, in no particular order (A) Vanessa Rogers, (B) Jon Devaney, (C) Mark Bigelow, (D) Chris Watts, (E) Kirsty Jones, (F) Susan Thole, (G) Tjobbe Andrews, (H) Paul Elcoat, (I) Chris Lewis, (J) Heidi Malcolm-Day, (K) Paul Gibson and (L) Margaret Harris). Congratulations to everyone. Now our judging panel, made up of representatives of Banbury Guardian, Four Shires magazine and Photography students at Chenderit School, have the unenviable task of choosing an overall winner. The club wishes to thank our judges for your efforts and support.
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Banbury Camera Club added 2 new photos.Monday, May 8th, 2017 at 11:44am
Banbury Camera Club Anniversary Competition - Week 4 Results - The following images are the judges wild cards and join Heidi in the final judging. Congratulations to Margaret Harris (Wisteria White Lion Walk) and Paul Gibson (Multi-Story Shadows). Thank you to everyone who has entered the competition over the past four weeks and shared your creativity and collective passion for both photography and the area in which we live.