Members of Wakefield Camera Club were joined by guests from Pontefract Camera Club for Part 2 of Tracey Lund’s Wildlife Photography talk. When not working shifts as an engineer for her local telecommunications company, multi-award winning Tracey spends all her spare time travelling near and far to photograph wildlife. Tracey has a true …

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John Gardner – Annual Retrospective Each year members of Wakefield Camera Club look forward to John’s Annual Retrospective. John is a long term member of the club and is “A professional commercial, portrait and beauty photographer based in Wakefield but covering the whole of Yorkshire and beyond. A wealth of experience and talent …

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“Blooming Brilliant!” and “Some of the best wildlife images we’ve seen” were just two of the comments heard following an evening with John Boyd ARPS DPAGB. Many members knew John from his time as a member of Wakefield Camera Club whilst others may have known him from his time on the radio and …

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Jonathan Neale, a member of Wetherby Camera Club, was the judge for the fifth and final round of the Clubman Digital competition. The set subject was Wildlife. Wildlife is the genre of photography concerned with documenting various forms of wildlife in their natural habitat. Wildlife is not limited to animals, birds and insects. …

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On the evening of Monday 26th November a packed room was treated to John Gardner’s Annual Retrospective evening. John is a highly regarded professional photographer who works both locally and nationally. He is a keen and very knowledgeable naturalist and has been a member of Wakefield Camera Club for many years. Each year he …

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Michelle Howell has been on the awards trail again with her latest subjects. After achieving great success with her frogs (and if you haven’t seen the frog images you should) Michelle has moved on to harvest mice. Here’s her words The image left, entitled “Three’s a Crowd”, was entered into the Tramonta 2018 …

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