Annual Programme 2018

David Snowdon.

David will give us a presentation of a history of a farm in pictures from the 1960s to the present day and also show us some of his current projects from his barn sized studio near Exeter.

Our annual club dinner.
To be held at Trencreek Farmhouse.

A.G.M and the W.C.P.F Travelling critique selection of prints from 2017.

Please bring in prints for the next months "Wet" competition.


Jane Kearney's African Adventure.
Jane Will be showing us some of her photos from her African wildlife trip last year + she will enlighten us with some computer skills too.

Tracey Elliot-Reep.

Tracey Elliot-Reep grew up on her mother’s Shilstone Rocks Dartmoor stud near Widecombe-in-the-Moor. After completing art college she worked and sketched the animals in a travelling circus and then travelled through Europe and North America, teaching horse riding before qualifying as a photographer in South Wales. For five years she worked as a freelance photojournalist for magazines, during which time she interviewed Royalty at Buckingham Palace, and she rode the length of New Zealand.
She started her card business twenty-one years ago with six local Dartmoor postcards, while living in a caravan with her dog.
Her faith and her love of horses, adventure and photography has given her opportunities to travel to many places including Africa, Tibet, Israel and Russia.

Please hand in print competition entries for "Somewhere to sit".

Competition-"Somewhere to sit"

Peter Crane. ARPS. Street Photography.

Street photography at its best!

Paul Harris (Glavind Strachan Photography on Flickr)will be showing us his photography work using retro lenses on modern cameras. He uses these lenses to great effect in Dartmoor woods, sometimes with models, creating soft focus images with wonderful background blur. We will also have the opportunity to try out some of his lenses with adaptors suitable for our cameras so bring along your camera and have a play.

Competition- "It's a living thing" Print

Social Evening with nibbles (and wine!)

A chance for the club members to get together more informally and chat "photography". This year we will be running a photo critique where members can present a number of photos and explain what influenced them to take them and the audience in turn can ask questions about the photos. Similar to previous years members slide shows but hopefully with more banter!

Speaker/ workshop/ Demonstration T.B.C

Please bring in prints for the "Open" Competition on December.

Open Competition.