The aim of the Group is to focus on developing member's photographic knowledge and skills through a mixture of hands on learning, lectures, competitions in a relaxed and friendly social environment.

We view members work by internal competitions, fun competitive and non competitive meetings, shared knowledge and experience and arrange talks on a variety of subjects by experts or enthusiasts.

Benefits of joining:

  • Sharing your hobby with like minded people

  • Developing your skills

  • Social activity with Members

  • Access to a pool of knowledge

  • A friendly knowledgeable active membership.

Beaulieu Camera Group is always interested in attracting new members of any skill level and you are invited to join us at any of the Group meetings by either prior arrangement or just come along on the evening attend a meeting and meet our members at no cost.

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Thursday, November 02, 2017

Print of the year 2017 Barry Armstrong

At the 2017 Print of the Year competition, held on 1st November, thirty five prints which had been awarded Seals of Merit during the year vied for the trophy. 

Keven Sandall, our judge for the event, did an excellent job of choosing those he wished to hold back, and selecting his final choices.

The results were:-

1st Place           "A Walk Through Narnia"              Cathryn Baldock

Cathryn Baldock A Walk Through Narnia

2nd Place          " Open Wide"                                Alan Cooke

HC                     "Evening Light at Clevedon"        Cathryn Baldock

HC                     "The Boys"                                    Anthony Lewis


Cathryn's print "A walk through Narnia, New Forest, Hampshire, England" has also been commended and selected as one of this year's "Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017" images, which is a massive achievement. Many congratulation to her very deserved achievements.

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