Exchange visit to Porthcawl & Pyle Camera Club
Start Date/Time:
09 November 2017 19:30
End Date/Time:
09 November 2017 21:30
Recurring Event:
One time event
Normal Priority
This is part of an Exchange Scheme we are promoting this year in which some of our members will go along to the host club and talk briefly about their photography and show their work. We are looking for volunteers from all levels of experience within the club to show the essence of Rhondda Camera Club. Porthcawl & Pyle will attend our club on 20th February.
Owned by David Lewis On 21 August 2017

Welcome to Rhondda Camera Club

The Rhondda Camera Club was founded 1943 and aims to encourage and promote the art of photography by means of lectures, workshops field trips and exhibitions.  Members are encouraged to enter their photography in Club Competitions and friendly Battles with other Camera Clubs. Special digital evenings are arranged throughout the club year, using the Club’s own equipment.  All levels of experience are welcome at the Club, from beginners to most experienced, and friendly support and skilled advice is available to all newcomers.

We meet in the Trealaw Christian Fellowship Centre, Maesyfynnon Terrace, Trealaw, CF40 2QA.

We meet most Tuesdays (See events page for details) at 7..15 for registration and a prompt start at 7.30pm. The meetings normally run until 9.30pm.

Aims and Objectives

The Rhondda Camera Club meets weekly on Tuesday evenings in Trealaw in the Rhondda.

The Club welcomes and supports all its members, regardless of experience or ability.New members are always made to feel welcome. The Club  seeks  to support its members by means of  the following:

  • To promote the development of photographic art and technique by providing opportunities for individual and group tuition and discussion, and the exchange of ideas and information.
  • To provide opportunities to share the experiences and skills of other people by the means of visits by speakers to the Club
  • To facilitate specialised training evenings and practical demonstrations of techniques.
  • To provide a friendly environment in Club where all members can acquire,  develop and practice new skills and meet new friends
  • To organise field trips of photographic interest and social events
  • To hold internal Club competitions open to all Club members to encourage the development of production and presentational skills. External assessors will be invited to appraise all the images.
  • To promote the Club and the photography of its members by entering Battles and Competitions with other Clubs and the Welsh Photographic Federation.
  • To inform promote and support the acquisition of photographic honours by individual members