• Information

    Click on the How To link, here or at the top of the page, for information on joining our club or if you are already a member, for information on how to do things like resizing and submitting images.

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  • Meetings

    Please refer to our programme for specific dates.

    Club meeting
    19h15 on second Wednesday of each month.

    BWI meeting
    (Black & White + Information)
    19h15 on first Wednesday of each month.


    Audio-Visual meeting
    19h00 on last Wednesday of each odd-numbered month. Held at a private home, use contact link above to request details.

  • Copyright

    Please note that any and all photographs displayed on this site are copyright of the respective photographer/club members and may not be copied or reused elsewhere.
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Entering prints

  • You may enter three prints for competition evenings; either two prints in ‘Set Subject’ and one print in ‘Open’, or one print in ‘Set Subject’ and two prints in ‘Open’.
  • Please refer to Submit images for BWI evenings for allowed number of images on BWI evenings.
  • Prints must be mounted, but may not be framed, or mounted under glass.
  • Print must conform to the following Interclub sizing requirements.
    1. The ​minimum size of a print (without its mount) is 150mm × 200mm. (6 × 8 inches)
    2. The ​maximum size of a print (without its mount) is 300mm x 450mm. (12 × 18 inches)
    3. The maximum size of the mount board may not exceed 400mm × 550mm.
  • Prints may be commercially printed.
  • The name of the photographer, and the title of the print must be written on the reverse side of the print along with an arrow showing ‘which side is up’.
  • When entering prints for a meeting, please ensure that you arrive early so there is sufficient time for recording details of your prints, and so the judges or reviewers will be able to view them before the meeting starts.
  • Please submit digital versions of the prints you are entering. These will be displayed while the judge or reviewer discusses the image, enabling the audience to see the image up on the screen. Instructions for sizing and naming these images can be found here.
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