Welcome to Lincoln Camera Club’s website
Lincoln Camera Club ( Charity No. 1107903 ) meet on Tuesday nights at the Red Recruitment Building on Pioneer Road starting at 7:30pm.
LINCOLN CAMERA CLUB is CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Please check this website weekly to see if we have re-opened. Thanks
Lincoln Camera Club may not be meeting but we still have things going on during this pandemic.
We have had two competitions between ourselves and RBCC, one in May and one in June.
The May one attracted 31 entries and you can see the top images HERE.
The June one had 67 entries and you can see the top images HERE.
Also, Bryan Hurt has hosted a couple of online ‘meets’ with members from our club, RB Camera Club and Lincoln, Nebraska club. More are planned, watch your inbox !
The aim of the club is to share knowledge and experience amongst all members in a friendly atmosphere.
We encourage our members’ interests in all aspects of photography by means of various events and exhibitions. Competitions are regularly held amongst our members for both prints and projected digital images .
Our programme includes a mix of lectures, practical evenings and demonstrations showing how to get the best from your camera, computer or prints.
New members are always welcome, just come along to try us out for a couple of weeks before deciding if you wish to commit to membership.
Additionally the club is affiliated to county and regional photographic organisations giving the opportunity for inter-club competitions and visits.
Lincoln Cathedral – Lit Blue For the NHS
An image taken by David Weaver on 26/03/2020 with the Cathedral lit up blue in support of the NHS workers in these worrying times
February’s winners for the architecture competition
We would just like to say a big well done to the winners of the Architecture competition which took place on 25/02/2020. Congratulations to Samantha Ford who took 1st Place in the print section with LightBulb Staircase and also to Phil Blakelock who took first place in the PDI section for his image entitled Amber Fort.
Captured by you!
A big shout out goes to one of our newer members Shaun Arrand for having his photograph of Stow Minster featured in the Epworth Times alongside a photo of a squirrel that he managed to capture in the lens at Hartsholme Park, great work Shaun, well done!