Ruthin Camera Club was founded in 1986, with the aim of promoting and encouraging active interest in photography.
Ruthin Camera Club is a non-profit organisation established by a group of local photography enthusiasts. Everyone is welcome to join the club, from novice to expert. Through the years, cameras and formats have changed, but our love for photography hasn't.
We meet on Tuesday evenings from September to April at the Tabernacle Chapel, Well Street, Ruthin starting at 7.30pm. Our friendly club have a varied programme of events of interest to all abilities of photographer.
Our weekly evening meetings provide an exciting mix of guest speakers giving inspiring and insightful talks and presentations, club nights to develop skills and exchange ideas and internal competitions judged by an external photographer.
Here are just a few of the activities we participate in:
Instruction: Club Evenings with discussion on the use of lighting, portraiture, macro photography, filters, travel photography, etc.
Inspiration: Guest speakers present interesting insights into their particular passion for photography and showcase their work.
Competitions: Competitions of black and white prints, colour prints and digital images Judges offer constructive criticism and give points towards awards.
Awards: Throughout the season there are club competitions and awards given in each category.
Motivation: Club activities provide the stimulation to do more photography, improve your skills, and share your results with others.