Hitchin Camera Club are very much looking forward to the start of new season in September when we have hired a large room in Christchurch to restart our in person meetings.
We fully appreciate that our members, speakers/judges and guests may have concerns about meeting in larger groups and we’ll be taking a number of steps to promote social distancing and keep people safe, as well as following any government guidelines. This will include using a larger room for our meetings, provision of sanitisers and one-way system for print viewing.
We know the situation is still fluid, however as the details become clearer we’ll place updates here.
Please enjoy the website, and we look forward to seeing you at one of our club evenings.
Chairman Hitchin Camera Club
This website contains a wealth of information that about what’s going on in Hitchin Camera Club, what’s coming-up and some inspiration to encourage you to develop your photography.
We think this is will be an invaluable resource to people considering joining Hitchin Camera Club, and a handy reference and way to share information for our members.
Inside you’ll find details of the different types of events we hold, information about becoming part of the club, and some hints and tips. Here are a few links to help get you started;
Where to Shoot – Wrest Park
Here you’ll find a short article on Wrest Park. A few miles north of Hitchin this is an English Heritage property with lots of fantastic photo opportunities.
What’s New – How to make a Composite Image
This article tells you a little about triptychs which are the basis of our Panel Competition.
What’s New – Assignment Nights Holes and Straight out of the Camera
Learn about our regular assignment nights.
About Hitchin Camera Club
Here you’ll find some information about the club including where we meet
Joining the Club
If you want to join here’s all the information need about how to become part of the club.
Our Hitchin Our Streets
Read about a community photography project organised by the Club to photograph the streets of Hitchin, during the summer of 2016
Hitchin Camera Club Secretary