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Camera Club

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The main objective of Henfield Camera Club is to encourage and support members whatever their level of photographic ability and experience and to help them enjoy their photography.

Our club was formed in 1963, when members were working mainly with black and white prints and 35mm slides. Today, over fifty years later, all of our members' work with digital equipment, using a variety of different cameras including DSLRs, compacts, bridge cameras and even iPhones.

Some members do their own printing and print mounting and if this is something you have not done before, help is at hand.

Our programme runs from mid-September to the end of May, with occasional 'out and about' meetings throughout the year.

Meetings are held fortnightly, at 7.30pm on a Friday, in the hall at the rear of the Evangelical Free Church, High Street, Henfield. There are two car parks located within a short walking distance.

There is a modest annual subscription of £20 for Full Members (those wishing to enter competitions) and £10 for Social Members. In addition, there is a small attendance fee of £3 per evening, with guests paying £4. Tea and coffee is provided.

Our programme includes invited speakers, demonstrations, practival work and social activities, including an annual dinner. In addition, we hold a number of competitions, both open and set subjects, to enable you to show your images and have them appraised by experienced, qualified external judges.

Henfield Camera Club has always had the reputation of being one of the friendliest clubs in Sussex. So why not come along and see for yourself? Visitors are always welcome.

For further details please contact:-
Acting Secretary : Janet Cox -

About Henfield Camera Club

About Henfield Camera Club

Affiliated to the Surrey Photographic Federation and the Regnum Crouch Group of West Sussex Photographic Societies.