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All the images entered by members in our last competition are shown here. They were all carefully assessed by an independent judge. The competition had two categories "Open" and "Defined" and the defined category this month was "Nighttime".
Well done to all those members who submitted entries. (Click here to take you through to our Galleries page where you can see larger versions.)
|Members of Caston Camera Club are proud to support the 2015 Wayland Arts Festival by producing a printed montage of images entitled “Wayland through the seasons”. The final printed picture measures 6 feet by 4 feet and contains photographs taken by the club over the last 12 months.
The picture is on display at the Wayland Arts' Festival (Queens Hall) until the end of this week.
All clubs say they welcome new members but few take the effort to really make new members welcome. It's very different here and you can find out why by coming along to one of our meetings. We won't leave you standing in a corner all by yourself like some clubs do. If you like photography, your first meeting won't be your last. We're different and we're inviting you to find out why. Have a look through this web site - there are lots of pages and lots of details; few other clubs can give you that much information and there are over 3,000 images to look at. Then feel free to call Andrew on 01953 850001. if there's anything else you'd like to know. But, we'd like to talk to you anyway just to know you plan to come along and to discuss your particular interests because that way we can then be sure to introduce you to a few other people with interests similar to yours.
Being a member of Caston Camera Club encourages you to practice some of those artistic skills that may have lain dormant all these years. Take the opportunity to visit interesting places, often not that far away, with people of a like mind and find out how you can improve your perception of the world about you. Get to appreciate even more the flora, the fauna, the landscapes, the architecture. Take pleasure from everyday objects seen in a different light. Be helped by others to see things the way they see them and help others to see things the way you see them. Whether you have a small compact camera or a digital SLR, this can be the club for you.
Photography is often thought of as being male dominated but here at Caston Camera Club we have a fairly even balance of both men and women and we welcome anyone over the age of 18. 16-18 year olds are also welcome, if accompanied by their parent or guardian. You don't have to have a fancy camera either as long as it's digital. Film cameras really are a thing of the past.
|Beginner or Expert|
We welcome Experts, Intermediates and Beginners. But, you really do not need to be an expert to be one of us as we welcome members with beginner to intermediate skills who want to improve their photographic ability and who enjoy discussing photographic matters with others who have similar interests.
So, whatever level you consider yourself to be, check out the Join Our Club page.
We have a group of male and female members who have come together from Caston, Watton, East Harling, Attleborough, Saham Toney and elsewhe
In fact, why not have a look at the Club Programme page which gives details of all planned meetings for the next six to twelve months. If you think it's interesting then:
We meet at least every 3rd Tuesday at 7:30pm in Caston Village Hall for competitions and guest speakers and then every last Thursday at 7:30 for our informal training (locations on our programme). Guest fees are £2.50 for most evenings with variable charges when we have visiting speakers. If you feel you would like to see what we offer, you are welcome to pop along to any of our meetings. You are also welcome to call first on 01953 850001 and speak to Andrew about the club. Please leave a message if you get no answer and you want Andrew to return your call. Andrew works full time so is not often available during the day for calls.
By the way, not quite sure where Caston Village Hall is? Well, we're 3 miles south of Watton - just off the A1075 to Thetford. Click here for a "pinpoint" location. The full address for SatNav users is:
Caston Village Hall
Caston Camera Club