Our 2017 Exhibition opens for viewing on Monday 6th November at the premises of Radio Lancashire in Darwen Street Blackburn. Everyone is welcome. It will run until the end of the month. We are exhibiting the prints from our competitions and also the winning prints from our Schools Competition. On Monday 30 October our Print […]
Our exhibition is now open and can be seen until Wednesday at BLACKBURN IS OPEN King William Street Blackburn. Presentation Night Last Monday the club held its annual presentation ceremony where President Barry Noon presented Cups, Trophies and Certificates to members who were successful in the exhibition. Congratulations to all the prize winners and […]
Blackburn and District Camera Club are pleased to announce that their Annual Exhibition will be held at the ‘Blackburn is Open’ shop in King William Street, Blackburn. The Exhibition runs from Saturday 8th August through to Wednesday 19th August and will be open from 10am. – 4pm. You will be able to view all winning […]
It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the Annual Exhibition has now been confirmed and will take place at Blackburn is Open, 65 King William Street, Blackburn commencing on 10th August for a 10 day period.
The Club Annual Exhibition opens this weekend at Blackburn Library and you will be able to view a selection of the prints entered this year. They are the major part of the exhibition but members also had the opportunity to enter digital images which we cannot show at the library. The slide show displays the […]
We don’t often post links to commercial sites but most of our members are interested in Landscape Photography and even if you can’t get to the exhibition and the prices are too dear for you you might enjoy looking at the images. Exhibition at Chris Beetles. The catalogues probably a good buy at £10 Link […]
The Annual Exhibition is now up at Radio Lancashire. After five hours of sweat and tears most photos are now firmly (?) fixed to the walls. There were the usual frustrations – the screw system worked better than the clips used last year, but it was still slow and fiddly. We ran out of time […]