Our programme is a mix of competitions, practical activities and talks by members and visiting lecturers. Our aims are to assist in developing photographic skills through the regular and friendly exchange of ideas. Membership is open to anyone interested in or practising photography, either conventional or digital.
Visitors to The Mold Camera Club are always very welcome and are admitted free of charge for the first two meetings. For further details concerning current membership fees and entitlements, click here. Club rules can be viewed here.
Whatever your photographic interest and experience, we feel confident that we can accommodate you. If you have any questions for the committee members, please go to the contacts section of the site.
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Quote from Freeman Patterson :
"36 satisfactory exposures on a roll mean a photographer is not trying anything new." OK, not exactly up to date, but the principal still counts.
And from Elliott Erwitt
"To me, photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place... I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them."
And from your webmaster: 1. Find the subject; 2. Find the light: 3. Find the composition;
4. Check all around your viewfinder. If an element doesn't add, it detracts.
Salons and Exhibitions
Andy has kindly written a guide to entering Salons and Exhibitions. Read his guide HERE.
Expose to the Right.
David Allen has spotted a very interesting article suggesting that we should “overexpose” our photos. Read more here.
Backing up photos while travelling.
Many Android phones and tablets can be connected to a card reader or direct to your camera, your photos copied to the phone’s memory and on to the cloud when in a wifi area or to a micro USB memory stick. You need a USB on the go cable, and (possibly) the free app. StickMount.
Club’s Venue From Monday 6th January 2014 we will met at our new venue, the Methodist Church, Wrexham Street, Mold. Meetings from 7.15pm during our winter season. Map
Have you ever wondered about the way sensor sizes are stated in digital camras? Take a look at Making (some) sense out of sensor sizes for an explanation.
Like to know when to capture the best sunrises & sunsets? TRY:
The Photographer's Ephemeris Not only does it tell you where and when the sun and moon will rise and set, but also the angle to the horizon and it can also be used to work out when the sun will disappear behind the hill (often much earlier than sunset) or when a particular point will fall in to shadow. It’s pretty amazing and free! And for those with i-
If you are not a reader of David Peterson’s Newsletters I can recommend them as a great place for learning. Take at look at:
DS Colour Labs -
NEW. Fuji/DSC now offer Fuji Pearl, Satin and Canvas prints. They also do 30”x20” and 24”x30” prints, photo books etc. Check it out!
Affiliated to the North Wales Photographic Association
You'll find a warm welcome at the Mold Camera Club which meets each Monday during winter months, from September to May. Meetings start at 7.15 (tea & biscuits) for 7.30pm and generally finish around 9.45pm.
During the summer months we meet up at one of the local pubs for a drink and a natter.
We hold a Christmas Dinner and at the end of the winter season a Presentation Dinner. Find our Venue
Website by Phil Parsons,
Mold Camera Club won the National Pixels 2011 competition. Click here for more.
Kevin Hirst, Chairman. July 2016.