About Us

Ashford (Middlesex) Camera Club is a friendly club whose aim is the enjoyment of photography.

Membership is at all levels, from beginners to advanced, and although most of the club’s members produce digital images a few still expose and show results using silver halide film.

Next meetings

Tuesday 28 May
"Before and After" image processing by Ian Brash and Pat Couder
Tuesday 4 June
Members' images - prints or projected (up to 6 images each, with commentary

Colour slide competition 3 January 2017



autumn-foliage-runnymede slide-keep-calm-dont-panic


Our first meeting of the New Year on 3 January was well attended and members showed one another a selection of their digital images. Some members still use colour film and we continued with the annual colour slide competition. The top image is “Clock tower, Ashford” by Richard Stevens. Richard won the nature category with “Autumn foliage, Runnymede” (2nd from top) recorded on Agfa CT 100 precisa film. Mohammad Kalim won the portrait and general categories with “Keep calm, don’t panic” and “City walkway” (lower two images) using Kodak Elitechrome EBX 100.


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