Fri 24th October 2014
23th SeptemberPDI of the Year Trophies
30th SeptemberThe Idle Rich - Sliding into Digital Leo Rich
7th OctoberAssessment Evening (1)
14th OctoberWhat I did Last Summer
21st OctoberFuzzy Landscapes & Gritty Nudes Glyn Edmunds
28th OctoberClub Evening
Christmas Card selection
4th NovemberAssessment Evening (2)
11th NovemberTen Minute Lectures
Later this year...
4th NovemberAssessment (2)
18th NovemberPanel Trophy (Prints)
2nd DecemberAssessment (3)
13th JanuaryAssessment (4)
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Welcome to Viewfinders of Romsey Camera Club
Viewfinders of Romsey Camera Club meets on Tuesday evenings from September to July at 7.30pm at the Michelmersh and Timsbury Jubilee Hall New Road, Timsbury about 2 miles from Romsey, Hampshire.
We have a varied and interesting programme which includes subjects of interest to all members whether they work with prints or digital images, which includes visiting speakers who give talks on various subjects, usually illustrated with their own images. These talks may also be practical evenings, providing members with the opportunity to improve their skills.
In addition, we hold regular assessments of members' work and trophy competitions in various topics - these are assessed by external judges. We also enter into the annual league competition with other clubs in the Southern Region.
Viewfinders was formed in 1969 in Southampton. It moved to Romsey in 1973 and by the early 1980s, with the membership growing and with space severely limited, it was decided a change of venue was necessary.
The club moved to its present location at Jubilee Hall in 1982. Throughout the years, although rules have changed and members have come and gone, the aim of the club has always been to encourage its members, to enjoy their hobby in all its aspects without sectional interests taking any form of preference, thus enabling all members to obtain more fun from their photography.