Cranleigh Camera Club
CCC is a small friendly club catering for people of all ages and photographic abilities and is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Surrey Photographic Association.
If you enjoy photography and may be looking to improve your photographic skills, or wish to share your photographic experiences with other like minded people, then please come along to one of our meetings. The "About Us" tab above provides more information about the club and how to find us.
Outside events/annual set subject awards 2019
The 67 images (39 prints and 28 PDI’s) entered in the competition were judged by Dave Brooker. Congratulations to Ann Smith for her overall winning entry Light - Music and to the runner-up Phil Copestick with his print Guildford Christmas lights 2018. The full table of results can be found in the "members area" using this link: Outside events awards 2018-19
Light - Music by Ann Smith and Guildford Christmas lights 2018 by Phil Copestick
Best print and PDI competition 2019
Congratulations to Chris Flood, the overall competition winner with his monochrome print Desiccated tree trunk with sandstorm behind. Congratulations also to Ann Smith for her winning PDI Echonopsis flower which came second overall. The full table of results can be found in the "members area" using this link: Best print and PDI Awards table 2019.
Desiccated tree trunk with sandstorm behind by Chris Flood and Echinopsis flower by Ann Smith
Monthly roundup of club activities during April 2019
A relatively short month for club activities due to the Easter break.
4 April - We held a practical table top evening when members photographed various objects placed on display. Members could then arrange the objects and lighting as they wished and this generated a lot of discussion. It will be interesting to see the results of their creative efforts at the penultimate club meeting on 6 June.
11 April - Rob Bonfield of Woking PC judged our fifth and final Open Colour Print competition of the season. Rob, a new judge to the club, gave explanations for all his decisions and he certainly had a definite eye on sharpness. He congratulated the club on the high standard of the 42 entries and awarded a score of 10 to three of the images and 9½ to five others.
25 April - David Smith LRPS critiqued the 60 images (35 prints and 25 PDIs) entered in our annual Reg Mullard flora and fauna competition. See below for more details of the winning entries.
Reg Mullard Flora and Fauna competition 2019
Congratulations to Miles Thompson, the overall winner of the Reg Mullard trophy with his beautiful image Flowering grass. Congratulations also to Swales Parry for his print Water buffalo with red billed ox pickers which came 2nd overall. The full table of results can be found in the "members area" using this link Reg Mullard Awards table 2019.
Flowering grass by Miles Thompson and Water buffalo with red billed ox pickers by Swales Parry