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recent images from four members
The Mid Argyll Camera Club is a friendly club of people interested in all aspects of photography. We are centred on Lochgilphead in Argyll & Bute, Scotland.
Meetings are held usually on Wednesdays, between 30th September 2015 and 23rd March 2016, at 7.00pm to 9.30pm in the Community Centre, Manse Brae, Lochgilphead (see map).
We mainly enjoy digital photography - using cameras, computers and inkjet printers - although a few make prints from film. We are mostly amateur photographers, of all levels of experience from beginners up.
Most events aim to include and help beginners. We have talks, photo shows, demonstrations, hands-on practical workshops (with cameras or with laptops), activities with other groups, projects and competitions. Last year about 2/3 of members (half as beginners) entered digital images or prints in at least one club competition.
Exhibitions of members' prints are mounted in the Community Centre, the most recent being a solo show of 14 prints by Baxter Nisbet from 17th April 2015 (open 9 - 9.30 Mon - Thu, 9 - 6.30 Fri).
There is usually a social evening before Christmas, and an informal prize giving meal in the Spring.
There are also occasional summer outings - three in 2014 - sometimes at short notice as an opportunity arises.
We welcome visitors and beginners to photography.
If you are not sure about joining, come to a few meetings to see what it's like.
MACC is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) and to the Federation International de L'Art Photographique (FIAP) through the Scottish Photographic Federation (SPF), and the club takes part in their activities. Individual members also submit prints and digital images to competitions and exhibitions run by other organisations under the patronage of British Photographic Exhibitions (BPE) and the FIAP, and some seek their awards and distinctions.
All photographs on this web site are copyright, & may not be copied without permission of their photographer (who may be contacted through this site).
We try to be legal, decent, honest & truthful, & to present fair opinions and accurate facts. Please email any corrections.
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