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Coming Up

Tuesday 26 March
The Franklin Trophy (Nature & Wildlife PDI competition)
Judge - Colin Southgate (Harpenden P.S.)
Tuesday 26 March
The Harries Trophy (Architecture PDI competition)
Judge - Colin Southgate (Harpenden P.S.)


The White Hill Centre,
White Hill,
Bucks, HP5 1AG

See Visit Us for more details.

New Members Welcome

Please contact our
membership secretary
for further details.

Broken Tulip by Chris Sargeant
Un-Stained glass by David Cowan
Surfer by R Scotto di Perta
Green Building by Alex Brown
Walk Alone by Brian Wright
Gosling by Tanya Barrett
Going Going Gone by Brian Wright
Common Buckeye Butterfly by Albert Braithwaite
Surfing is hard work by David Cowan
Locked Shadows by Alex Brown
Barmouth Beach by Albert Braithwaite
You Me & Bump by Tanya Barrett

Chesham Photographic Club meets at the White Hill Centre on Tuesday evenings between 8 and 10 pm from early September through to the end of April, leaving the summer months free for outdoor projects.

Tuesday evening activities include talks, competitions and practical evenings. An exhibition of members’ work is held each October in Chesham Town Hall.

If you are interested in joining Chesham Photographic Club, you are most welcome to attend one or two meetings free of charge to see whether you like us!

Please contact our membership secretary for further details.

Recent News Items

Vanda Ralevska – A review - This week CPC played host to Photographer Vanda Ralevska for the first time following a very well received presentation she had given at the Royal Photographic Society last year, many good things had been heard of this lady since then and it is fair to say that she did not disappoint. We learnt about her ...
Peter Greenway ‘The Challenges of Photographing on behalf of the National Trust – A review - On Tuesday 4th December we welcomed Peter Greenway to CPC for the first time with his talk ‘The Challenges of Photographing on behalf of the National Trust’. It proved an entertaining and enlightening talk which to Peter’s own admission was meant to be tongue in cheek and it was certainly that.  In the modern PC ...
Colin Harrison ‘New Digital Adventure’ – a review - We had an interesting and informative evening with Colin Harrison who gave us a mixture of his image portfolio that had accumulated over many years. Starting with classic camera club style images, Colin moved into composite images, ('altered reality'), and then into adding textures, and spatter to achieve grunge effects. Often starting with images taken ...