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. You can also find us on the Cranleigh Camera Club Group Facebook page on the internet. (See "Useful Links" on this page to access our Facebook site.)
Roundup of recent club activities
(For a full summary of all our club meetings to date go to our Activities page.)
21 June to 16 July 2022 The club is holding a photographic exhibition of club members work at the Cranleigh Arts Centre, 1 High Street, Cranleigh GU6 8AS.
Admission is free so please pop along to see some great images in a wonderful setting and maybe enjoy a coffee at the same time.
26 May - The AGM followed by the awards ceremony with the Chairman presenting club trophies to this season's winners, namely:
|Colour prints||Pete Baldrey|
|Monochrome prints||Chris Flood|
|Best in Exhibition||Chris Flood|
|Reg Mullard trophy||Miles Thompson|
|Best print and PDI||Mike Hall|
|Annual achievement shield||Graham Kurn|
The Chairman also awarded certificates to: Peter Short, winner of the Chairman's challenge and to the Annual exhibition section winners whose images are shown in the scrolling gallery at the top of this page.
19 May - Best Print and PDI competition. The judge, Tony Baverstock, had a mammoth task selecting the best image from the large number of winning prints and PDIs from all the club competitions held during the year. He eventually chose Mike Hall's monochrome print of Zebras drinking as the overall winner.
Ann Smith was runner-up with Fly with your dreams which finished first in the PDI section.
For the complete table of results click here
12 May - Chairman's challenge - The odd one out. The chairman, Ed Hull, had a difficult task in determining the winners from an interesting selection of 28 entries this year. Peter Short's humorous and well crafted winning image Crikey, you're small, including the table of awards, is shown below.
|1st||Peter Short||Krikey, You're small|
|2nd||Mike Hall||He's not one of us|
|3rd||Chris Flood||One black torch|
|HC||Bev Pegram||Happy lady|
|HC||Miles Thompson||An odd sock|
|HC||Ann Smith||Beach huts|
|C||Norman Price||Odd one out|
|C||Chris Flood||The odd companion|
HC = Highly Commended C = Commended
5 May - The challenge this evening was street photography and members were asked to bring along and present their images. While it is not usually a genre of photography widely practiced by many Cranligh Camera Club members we did see a wide variety of images containing subjects ranging from window reflections, street furniture, public demonstrations, portraits, architecture, graffiti and travel etc.