I would like to welcome everyone to another season with Musselburgh Camera Club. Thank you to all who came along to this week’s opening night, especially to the potential new members who I hope we can make feel at home. If you signed up with the club you will have been given a printed copy of the syllabus. You can also find a copy of the syllabus on the web site by clicking here.
New members will also have received a copy of the guide to club competitions. You can also download a digital copy of this document by clicking the link below.
We begin the new season with a refurbished laptop, thanks to Jim Tod.
Congratulations to Malcolm Roberts for winning the Sunday Times weekly “big shot” photography competition on 9th June with his shot of Antelope Canyon!
The club now has a mount cutter which members can use to improve the appearance of their mounted prints. Joe Fowler has offered to arrange a mounting masterclass for those interested in learning how to use it. Watch this space…
A reminder of some events coming up:
- Saturday, 14th – Sunday, 15th September 2019: The Battle of Dunbar 1650 reenactment takes place near Dunbar. Click here for details and ticketing.
- Saturday, 21st September 2019. Musselburgh Camera Club have a stand at the Musselburgh Communities Event in the Brunton Hall from 11am to 3pm. Please come along and support the club.
- Sunday, 22nd September 2019: The Scottish Half Marathon takes place along the East Lothian coastline. Click here for details.
Click here for a route map.
- 9th November 2019 to 8th March 2020: A free photography exhibition called “Classical Edinburgh” is taking place at the City Art Centre.
I look forward to seeing you next week, when we will share an inspiring CD of high quality images from the Dingwall competition.