Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update

After careful consideration it has been decided to cancel the remainder of the current season at WCC - both Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Members will be kept informed of further changes via email.

We hope that you will still be able to enjoy your photography during this period. Our Flickr Group is still active if you would like to share work during the closedown, or join members on Facebook.

Welcome to Worcestershire Camera Club

Whilst the programme has regretfully been cancelled for the rest of the season, you can still find plenty of information and photography on our website. Perhaps look through your back catalogue to see what images you can work on for competitions next year or have a go at making an AV. You can also send information to be included in our newsletter 'Photonews' or make a header image to be shown on this website

Worcestershire Camera Club is a friendly club aiming to encourage the enjoyment and practice of photography. We hope our varied programme of talks and events will offer something for everyone to enjoy whether you're a novice just starting out or a qualified professional. Our new season starts in September but, for Club Members, our special interest groups continue during the summer. 

There's a wealth of information on the website, but if you're new to the club take a look at our weekly club magazine, Photonews for a taste of what we get up to. The Club  meets on Tuesday evenings during the season, September to May, with 3 specialist interest groups meeting on Thursdays throughout the year. You can find out more about joining the club by visiting this page...

Our April meeting was full of interesting prints and projected images from our membership.

We enjoyed  wide range of work which illustrated themes and concepts with many well chosen moments revealing insights of the more quirky side of life and the world about us. Topics explored included 'smokers and the trend towards 'vaping', behind the scenes in public places, a veritable tsunami of plastic waste, first light of dawn as revealed amongst the shadows of a bedroom and street scenes rendered in the style of impressionist paintings. Everyone joined in with helpful comments and interpretations with the usual sprinkling of good humour which typifies our meetings.

Our gallery below illustrates the wealth of imagery.