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Images from the most recent club competition 

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Members click here to enter your images into the next competition via Photoentry


10th Apr

Stafford & District Photo clubs Print Competition. Judge: TBA
Venue: Lea Hall Sports & Social Club,
Sandy Lane, Rugeley, WS15 2LB Start at 20:00

17th Apr

Third Print Competition

Judge: David Lowe

24th April

Prints Lecture by Mike Taylor:  "Still Learning" 

Click here to download a copy of the Programme

Latest News

Date for your diary - Inter club competition


Lichfield v Burton v Rugeley & Armitage
Judge: Louise Langley CPAGB
Venue: Burton on Trent PS. Priory Centre, Church Road,Stretton, Burton on Trent, DE13 0HE. Start at 19:30



Lichfield Ahead after First Round v Limburg

After the Lichfield stage of the judging, the club has a healthy lead in this year's annual competition with Limburg on the theme of "Reflections".   We await the verdict of the German judge to see who wins the overall competition.

Top Tip

Thoughts of the week by documentary and candid wedding photographer Kevin Mullins:


“Create a pictorial legacy, something that will have meaning in future years.”


“A picture doesn’t always have to be good, it has to be important (to those who take and view the image)”


“There are only three parameters that are important in any genre of photography: light, composition and moment. It is often very difficult to get all three factors right all the time but the most important of these is moment.”


Check out this inspirational video by Kevin.

Want to improve your photography? Read about how these members benefited from joining Lichfield Camera Club:

"I had always been interested in photography but realised that I needed to get beyond the basics if I wanted to improve the quality of my images.  Joining the club was a game changer. By entering competitions and getting feedback from judges and other members my awareness of what makes a good image was taken to another level.  I also enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and the chance to learn new techniques from more experienced photographers."

''I joined Lichfield Camera Club  after my youngest child left school to go to uni.  I needed something to hold my interest and give me reason.  Since then, starting with no camera knowledge, I feel that I have learned a lot of new things, moved forwards with my photography , made great friends and camera club has become a social evening as well as a learning curve.''

For more information about membership and answers to Frequently Asked Questions, click here

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Lichfield Methodist Centre

Backcester Lane


WS13 6JH


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