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Club Competition 3 – Aberdeenshire, Print: 2nd December 2014

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Submission for the next round of this year’s club competition is Tuesday 2nd December 2014. The topic for Club Competition 3 is Aberdeenshire. Aberdeenshire for the purposes of this competition does not include Aberdeen City.  This still gives a very wide area within which to take images.  The photograph can be of anything it just has to be taken within …

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Lyn Macdonald – Life of a photographer (part one)

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October 27th 2014 A few months ago I read the results of a survey measuring job happiness and being a photographer came 3rd. I think it should be top. I don’t work for fancy-dancy big newspapers, just three little local ones – the Buckie Squeak (Banffshire Advertiser), the Two-Minute Silence (the Banffshire Herald) and the Huntly Express, which sadly hasn’t …

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Meet our members

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Our camera club is very luck to have such an active and diverse membership.  We have members from all walks of life and with such differing life experience.  Over the next few months we hope to introduce a few of these members to you all and give you an insight into their lives and what drives their photography. Our member …

Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year

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Hello all, Are you looking for a challenge? We have been notified that the 2014 Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year competition is open for entries until 18th November 2014. This year year competition is sponsored by HiTech and VisitScotland and there is a prize prize fund of £10,000, not to mention the prestige of being the slpoty. There are …

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Bill Thain Quiz Night

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A huge thank you once again to Bill Thain for hosting another successful quiz night.  This year Bill was testing our ears, eyes and knowledge with a two part quiz. The first challenging our recollection of TV Theme tunes, some of them fairly tested even the most avid TV watchers among us.  We then had to put the abstract side …