Welcome to Worcestershire Camera Club

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.  The progamme is being presented via Zoom until further notice.

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...

The fresh WCC season continued its fine start with a splendidly diverse selection of imagery from members at the September CPG meeting. 

We enjoyed many personal viewpoints of the world around, including a lovely photo-book by John Hoath which featured subjects he had discovered whilst cycling - and using his Holga lens.

Here's a flavour.... 
Bob explored the theme 'Sunflowers' both by observation and treatment, Peter continued his fascinating exploration of Droitwich Spa with his inimically 'individual eye', Alex showed 'Glimpses of People', whilst Maddy whisked us off to Brighton and Ludlow.  Quite independently and on different visits, both Judy and Clive revealed aspects of Birmingham meanwhile, Lucy delved deep into Queen's Wood (Herefordshire).

Everyone enjoyed the images, contributing observations and interpretations about the wide variety of subject matter.  There were many interesting and insightful exchanges between photographer and the audience.


Above:  John Hoath with his Holga Lens


 Above:  John's Photo-Books gain attention


 Above:  Chatting during the break


Our two 'Outside Sources' featured workers at the 'Serra Pelada', Gold Mine from Sebastiao Selgado's extensive portfolio and 'I Got Somethin' to Show You', a personal view of the 'Rust Belt' in the USA by Shannon Davis.

  Link:  Serra Pelada 

   Link:  I Got Somethin' to Show You


 The gallery below offers a selection of what we enjoyed.

September CPG Members' Gallery:  to shuttle through, use the (forward) > and (reverse) < arrows, or your keyboard arrow keys.