Why not consider joining Seven Sisters Camera Club by coming along to one of our Monday evening meetings see you in the program events for what’s on.
Meetings are held from early September to late May each year starting at 7:30 pm, finishing between 9.30 and 10 pm. We warmly welcome new members whether you’re a novice wanting to acquire skills or more advanced in your photographic techniques. We are committed to continuously supporting those members wanting to achieve their personal photographic goals.
Meetings are held at St. Johns Hall, Meads and has full disabled access and facilities
The cost of annual membership for the current season running to May 2024 is £58.
Meetings consist of lectures by visiting speakers, as well as our own members, competitions, workshops and competitions with other clubs. We have a membership or buddy system where a member can ask for one-to-one guidance or a particular aspect of photography. This may be a taking landscapes or visit to locations, offering street photography or wildlife opportunities.
For those who like to get out as a group we have a series of walks in the local area, this may be an opportunity to get to take some photographs and to meet with fellow club members. Group visits to places of photograph interest are organised on a regular basis throughout the season. For those joining after Christmas there’s a there’s a discount with a membership costing £30 for the remainder of the season. Competition evenings for both digital images (PDI) and prints are separated into intermediate and advanced levels. The subject matter is open.
The competition entries are usually appraised by guest judge, who provides constructive feedback and critique. Entries are on a voluntary basis, and there is no need to feel pressurised into entering.
We are members of the Kent County Photographic Association (KCPA) and affiliated with the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB). These organisations organise regional competitions and the club person members’ images on the member’s behalf.
St John’s Hall,
1 Meads Street,