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Re: Cambridge Photography Club Olympus News!

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Originally Posted by Walti View Post
I didnít see your prints, but, I couldnít remember your surname as I went round and had to be reminded by one of the stewards.... I think he may have been club secretary!

Iíve also applied for membership - only a 2 year wait!
Excellent! It's a big club (200 members) which means it doesn't get dominated by any one clique and there are sub-groups doing all sorts of varied stuff (even a street photography group).

There are of course a few 'characters' which I can fill you in about at some stage, but overall I've made some very good friends over the past years and its educational ethos is strong.

It does mean the technical standard is extremely high and a bit daunting (especially in wildlife), but as we know there's a lot more to photography than that. The club won the national PGAB print championships last year.

You spoke to Nick Bowman I believe (big jovial guy with glasses), who has run the Exhibition for the past few years, but is now handing it on.
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