Please see below a video of our recent Open 2 competition. You will recall that there were so many images on the night that we could not get through them, our judge Ove Alexander kindly agreed to look at them at home and provide some comments – here are the results. There simply isn’t any… Read more »
In light of the current national medical emergency the camera club season has been cancelled, we have also cancelled our bookings in the library. It is hoped that club will be able to resume in September for the start of the new season as usual.
Please carefully read the advice about Coronavirus below. Currently, there is no advice from NHS UK or the government to avoid attendance at community club meetings. We ask our members to be familiar with the frequently updating information provided by the NHS (please go to coronavirus- covid-19-uk-government-response) Crosby Camera Club meetings are held in a location… Read more »
THE ROTARY CLUB OF CROSBY & CROSBY CAMERA CLUB ARE RUNNING “CROSBY SCHOOLS PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION” THE THEME IS: “SEFTON PATHWAYS” 1ST PRIZE £50: 2ND PRIZE £25: 3RD PRIZE £10 AN ENGRAVED SALVER FOR EACH JUNIOR AND SENIOR GROUP WINNER CLOSING DATE 6TH MARCH 2020 JUDGING TO TAKE PLACE 12TH MARCH 2020 … Read more »
The DPI of the year was won by Debbie Sneade, with Karen Redfern coming second with “Magnolia” Many Congratulation to Debbie.
crosby schools competition winners
On show at Wilkinson’s Cameras, 4 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4DS from the 2th – 27th March Official opening taking place on the 8th March at 7.30pm – all are invited. And it’s free What is the masters of print PAGB masters of print Where did i find this? Focal Points It’s a new magazine… Read more »
When is the Blood Moon This coming Monday night (Yes Monday :-0) there is a blood moon Here is the times which it should be all red. 4:41am Full eclipse begins The Moon has completely entered the Earth’s umbra and starts to turn red. High in the west 5:12am Maximum eclipse This is when the… Read more »
Crosby Camera Club and The Rotary Club of Crosby are pleased to announce the 2019 Crosby Schools Photographic Competition. The theme for this years competition is Architectural Sefton, with entries being accepted in two age groups (Junior 6-11yrs & Senior 12-18yrs).
Images selected to represent CCC in the Novice Cup Competition taking place on Sunday 14th October 2018 in Eccles
Big up the club we have a new screen
Hi, Below are the AV which hopefully will inspire you M Wet landscapes USA landscapes UK Architecture
Hi Thanks you all for coming last night, it’s great too see you all again / meet you for the first time ? Please find below links to the two YouTube videos I talked about last night. In BBC style “there are others available” I would start with Tony and Chelsea. Fstoppers. A round table… Read more »
The winners of this year’s Crosby Junior Photographic Competition have been revealed. Talented young local photographers attended an exhibition and ceremony in Crosby’s St Luke’s Church earlier this month to see who would walk away with the trophy and £50 first prize.
The scores are on the doors! After a season of diligently tallying them up, and with thanks to Steve Lang and Kate for their support and calculations, the results of this seasons competitions are in.
The club’s laptop, as well as Andy Dunford’s personal laptop, where sensationally returned safe and sound last Wednesday night.
The RHS Photographic Competition inspires everyone to get outdoors and record how enriching and inspiring gardens and plants can be. The 2018 competition is now open. It’s free to enter and with a first prize of £5,000 for the overall winner, it’s a fantastic opportunity for all aspiring photographers. Entries must be submitted… Read more »
A company called Photovisi has developed an innovative tool to easily create and share photo collages and cards online. There are hundreds of templates to choose from and I think readers of Crosby Camera Club would enjoy the many features the platform offers. The process is easy. First, the user chooses one of the hundreds of… Read more »
Nature Photography Definition Nature photography is restricted to the use of the photographic process to depict all branches of natural history, except anthropology and archaeology, in such a fashion that a well-informed person will be able to identify the subject material and certify its honest presentation. The story telling value of a photograph must… Read more »
Crosby Camera Club is pleased to be hosting the North Mersey Inter Club Print Challenge 2018, and would like to invite your Club to this event. It will take place at Crosby Library, Crosby Road North Liverpool L22 OLQ.
COMPETITION RULES THERE ARE TWO AGE GROUPS: JUNIOR 6-11 ON 20/4/18 & SENIOR 12-18 ON 20/4/18 ALL ENTRIES MUST BE SUBMITTED ON OR BEFORE CLOSING DATE OF 20/4/18 NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED ALL PRINTS MUST HAVE BEEN TAKEN BY THE NAMED YOUNG PERSON WITHIN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. ALL PRINTS MUST BE UNMOUNTED… Read more »
The Rotary of Crosby and Crosby Camera Club are joining forces again to run a Junior photographic competition for the second year running. The theme this year is “Sefton in Springtime” We are hoping that many local schools will get involved again. The prize money is £50.00 for each age group winner, and there will… Read more »
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LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE PHOTOGRAPHIC UNION The Big Day featuring The Novice Cup We would like to cordially invite you to participate in the 1st Novice Cup Event. On Sunday 15th October 2017 starting at 10.00am (Door open from 9.30am) Location: Lowton Church of England High School, Newton Road, Lowton, Warrington WA3 1DU This event is… Read more »
The final standings for the season have been calculated, with the highest score from 5 competitions counting towards each members final total.
The question of whether to shoot street and travel photos in black or white or color is an eternal one that isn’t going to go away. But one of the interesting things about digital photography is that it lets you decide whether to process a photo in black and white or color after the photo… Read more »
This is a study of an inanimate object, such as a vase of flowers or bowl of fruit. You’ll need: A source of light (a window is good) A subject. I suggest a nicely arranged bowl of fruit. “A Bowl of Kersen Fruits” captured by PictureSocial member Ryan Camera Setup Mode: Aperture Priority (often shown… Read more »
Polling has closed and our dedicated team of counters (Pete Warren) have been working round the clock. The Lancashire & Cheshire Photographic Union Projected Digital Image Competition Crosby Camera Club Entry Selection Results are in!