Camera club member awarded the prestigious APAGB award. The APAGB is an award for meritorious service and was instituted in 1984 to be national recognition of an individual camera club member who has given meritorious service over many years within the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) community of member Federations and affiliated Clubs. Kirkbymoorside […]
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The camera club is holding an exhibition of members work at the Old Library Room in Helmsley Town Hall. The exhibition starts on Friday 19th June and is open daily from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm and will run until Sunday 28th June. This year the exhibition will feature over 100 prints, both colour and […]
Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club excels in the Yorkshire Photographic Union’s Annual Exhibition. The YPU annual exhibition opened on Saturday 9th May in the Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery, Chequer Road Doncaster. The exhibition runs to Friday till 5th July. It opens at 10.30am Wednesday to Sundays, closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Members of the 71 […]
Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club is holding an exhibition of members work at the Old Library Room in Helmsley Town Hall. The exhibition starts on Friday 20th June and is open daily from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm and will run until Sunday 29th June. This year the exhibition will feature over 100 prints, both […]
The Yorkshire Photographic Union annual exhibition opened on Saturday 3rd May in the Bankfield Museum in Halifax. The exhibition runs to Saturday 31st May. Members of the 71 camera clubs affiliated to the YPU which are spread throughout Yorkshire compete to get images accepted in the exhibition. This year in the print section 1399 were […]
Many thanks to Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for sending across these lovely photos – just the thing to cheer us up with all this rain!
On Thursday 7th November Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club will be hosting Danny Green presenting The Long Journey North. The event will be held at Helmsley Arts Centre. This is a wonderful opportunity to see images by a world class natural history photographer without having to travel miles to York or Harrogate. Tickets are only […]
Well done to the fantastic team of volunteers who work to help the town look it’s best for the Yorkshire in Bloom judging which took place last Friday. Thanks to John Nicoll too from the Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for taking the following pictures to highlight the team’s efforts.
The Steam Rally this year enjoyed fantastic weather, I took myself up to Duncombe Park on Saturday to take some images of the Rally for the blog. All the visitors were having a good day checking out the stalls and keeping an eye on the goings-on in the big ring. All the steam engines were […]
Many thanks to John and Colleen Nicoll, both members of Kirkbymoorside Camera Club, for sending these photos across for posting on the blog.
I would like to take this opportunity through the Kirkbymoorside Town Blog, to thank all who attended the preview of the Annual Kirkbymoorside Camera Club Photography Exhibition at Helmsley Town Hall.. With special thanks to Janet Frank Chairman RDC and Carolyn Frank, Consort. Yvette Turnbull, Creative Economy Officer RDC. Sue Cowen, Mayor of Pickering. Judy […]
The camera club is holding an exhibition of members work at the Old Library Room in Helmsley Town Hall. The exhibition starts on Friday 21st June and is open daily from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm and will run until Sunday 30th June. Chairman, Harry Kingman says: We are grateful for the support provided by […]
Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club excels in the Yorkshire Photographic Union’s Annual Exhibition
The Yorkshire Photographic Union annual exhibition opened on Saturday 11th May in the Long Gallery at the Hull College of Art and Design. The exhibition runs to Friday 31st May. Members of the 69 camera clubs affiliated to the YPU which are spread throughout Yorkshire compete to get images accepted in the exhibition. This year […]
Stunning photos again from Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for you to enjoy: Mike says: “I don’t think many people stop and look, but you can see it’s very interesting growing out of the shelter”. “On a stormy morning with rolling clouds I gave this image of Helmsley Castle a surreal effect”. Many thanks […]
The final club competition for Portraits and Natural History was held on 18th April. The competition also determined the winner of the Devon Trophy which is awarded to the member with the highest aggregate score in the print section and the Moorland Cup which is for projected images. As usual the completion is in 2 […]
In the recent Open Competition held by Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club one member, Jim Cavanagh, scored top marks not only in the print section with his image ‘Eilean Donan Dusk’ but also in the Projected Image section with ‘Harkness Rocks – Bamburgh’, then to rub salt into the wounds his other two images came […]
This shot was taken in Gillamoor – the well known “Surprise View” you get when driving/ walking through the village, just past the Church. This route leads you to the eastern entrance to Farndale, a lovely drive. Mike Ward – Kirkbymoorside Camera Club.
Thanks to Colleen Nicoll from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for this wintery image.
Thanks to John Nicoll from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for sending this image across of Kirkbymoorside market.
Results and images from a recent Kirkbymoorside Camera Club applied competition. Results Prints 1 Barbecues at White Sands Kevin Bedford 2 York Wheel Jim Cavanagh 3 Platform 9 3/4 Jim Cavanagh 4 Energy Fix Harry Kingman 5 Relic of New London Kevin Bedford 6 Mooring Post and Ship David Ireland Projected images: 1 York Station […]
Many thanks to John Nicoll from the Kirkbymoorside Camera Club who took this picture of the Millennium Garden during a recent snow storm.
Thanks to Kirkbymoorside Camera Club member Colleen Nicoll for this latest image from the club entitled ‘Misty morning dog walk’.
It is great news that members of Kirkbymoorside Camera Club are going to be regular contributors to the Kirkby, Helmsley and Pickering town blogs sending interesting images of the towns for everyone to enjoy. The first Kirkby image has been sent by John Nicoll to remind us of recent snows. If you have an image […]
The annual Ashley AV competition was held on Thursday January 31st, the competition was judged by our members and they were asked to try and score the AVs on 3 criteria. Audio – music tracks, sound effects and narrative. Visual – image technical standard and relevance. Presentation – This is the interdependence of theme, sound, […]
Our annual competition was held on Thursday January 17th in front of an audience of 40 or so. The competition is in 2 parts, the first being prints and the winner in this section is awarded the Bristow Trophy, the second being for projected image where the winner is awarded the Hailey Trophy. The competition […]
Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club are running this course starting early next month. It will take place on 5 Monday evenings at Wrelton Village Hall – Feb 4, 11 and 25, then March 4 and 11. The cost will only be £35 (camera club members get a discount of £10). Each evening will be split […]
Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club will be hosting an event on Thursday 1st March, 2012 when Ian Cameron will present ‘My Kind of Light’. The illustrated lecture will feature mainly Scottish and a few foreign landscapes but all will have that powerful presence produced by transient light. Ian Cameron is a professional landscape photographer, based […]
Photographer David Richardson is an active member of the club and enjoys landscape photography in particular hence this great shot of Whitby Abbey. And here’s an interesting and artistic video on the Abbey which I discovered: Whitby Abbey Gothic from Kevin Friery on Vimeo.
Thank you to Club Chairman, Harry Kingman, who took quite a few images during the recent triathlon event at Castle Howard. The stunning surrounding scenery with Castle Howard’s 10,000 acres forms arguably the most physically challenging triathlon course of the series. Triathletes start the race by swimming the Castle Howard Great Lake before transitioning into […]
Today sees the launch on the Town Blog of a wonderful online exhibition of over 100 photographs taken in 2000 by local photographer and Kirkbymoorside Camera Club President, David Ireland. David tells us; “In 1999 I was asked by the then curator of the Ryedale Folk Museum, Martin Watts, if I would like to take […]
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