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Marlow Camera Club is a part of the wider Chiltern Association of Camera Clubs (CACC) who organise events and competitions across clubs in the area.
The Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) joins all of the fifteen regional groups (such as the CACC) together. They organise national competitions as well as administering and examining qualifications (such as APAGB) and provide guidance for camera clubs.
Lenses for Hire are based in Maidenhead and have a huge variety of lenses and equipment available to hire at reasonable rates. Its a great way to access professional quality equipment you might not otherwise be able to afford to buy. In fact you can arrange to pick up and drop off locally to save on delivery.
Tom Way, the wildlife photographer who gave a talk to the club has a great website showing many of his images. It may be reached at:
Our Workshop evenings are run by Damon Guy who has a very good educational website which covers many aspects of photography.
If you’re looking for inspiration then Photographers’ Resource lists many events and ideas for places to take photographs.
Timeline Events is where British heritage and photography meet – they organise opportunities for photographers to capture some interesting images.
A very good source of materials and tools for mounting photographic prints is DIY Framing, based on the Cressex Industrial Area in High Wycombe.
They also run training sessions showing various techniques to properly present your pictures.
A very handy tool for working out the moon or sun position for any given location, time and date is The Photographer’s Ephemeris which works in your web browser and is also available as an app for your smart phone.
Some of our members are active on 365 Project which encourages you to take a photo every day and share it with others.
If you enjoy competitions or are looking for some inspiration, take a look a photocrowd.com where you can upload entries to competitions and then have a go at judging other people’s images.