C&C ‘Opposites’ gallery published

The latest set of images from the merry band of Cuppa & Capturers, on the theme of ‘opposites’ is available here.

New C&C outing!

A trip to Studley Royal to photograph the rut has been organised – see here for details.

C&C ‘Rough & smooth’ gallery published

The photos submitted as a result of the Cuppa & Capture social event on Monday 24th September are now on the website here.

PDF version of 2018-9 programme available

The PDF version of the BCC 2018-10 programme is now available. This is designed to be used as an A5 leaflet – just print it double-sided (on the short-side) and fold down the centre. The PDF is available from the

C&C ‘Car details’ gallery published

The images from the first Cuppa & Capture of the new season, with the theme of “Car details”, are now available in this gallery.

Changes for the 2018-19 season

The new season is nearly upon us, starting on 4th September with a review of Cuppa & Capture and Monochrome Interest Group in 2017-18. In preparation for the new season the website has been updated with the changes agreed at

2018-19 programme details

The outline programme for 2018-19 is now available on the website. A PDF version for printing will be prepared for the start of the new year on 4th September. Remember to check the Events calendar regularly to see all the

C&C ‘Adornment’ images available

The images from the Cuppa & Capture outing on 23rd July are available here. The theme was “adornment”.

C&C images of ‘entrances’ available

The gallery of images from the latest Cuppa & Capture on “entrances” has been published – it is available here.

Results of annual print competition 2018

The results of the annual print competition for 2018 can be found in this PDF document. There were two competitions on the night: colour and monochrome.

Results of annual projected image competitions 2018

The 2017-18 annual projected image competitions – for monochrome and colour – were held on 19th June 2018. In the galleries below you will see those images that received recognition on the night. The images in each gallery are in

C&C ‘Dogs’ gallery now available

The images submitted for the Cuppa & Capture on 25th July, subject ‘Dogs’ are now online: http://www.bishopthorpe-camera-club.com/event/cuppa-capture-dogs/.

Latest C&C photos available

The photographs from the Cuppa & Capture assignment on ‘Bark (of trees not dogs)’  are now available Cuppa & Capture – “Bark”

New version of Nik released

There is good news today of a new release of the Nik Collection software that so many of us use. The bad news is that there is a price: £39.99 (£59 from 1st July 2018). I saw the announcement here ,

Late update: C&C gallery ‘Modernity’

I forgot to announce the publication of the gallery from the C&C meeting on 21st May – the theme was “modernity”. Cuppa & Capture – “Modernity”  

Latest C&C gallery available: ‘Good and gooder’

The photographs from the latest Cuppa & Capture assignment – Good and gooder – are now available. (And before you submit comments about the incorrect grammar in the title, let’s just say Rob has his own particular – peculiar? –

Annual lecture – tickets going fast!

The BCC Annual Lecture with Richard Revels, FRPS, is getting ever closer – it’s on the 15th May. For more details see here. As of today (20th April) tickets are still available but it would be a shame to leave

C&C ‘In Transit’ gallery available

The first tranche of photos for this week’s Cuppa & Capture with the theme “In transit” has been published: available here.

C&C: Take 3 gallery published

Photographs from the most recent Cuppa & Capture – “Take 3” – have been published, see them here.

Portfolio critique: 17th April

Details of the Portfolio critique evening on 17th April are now available – see the event entry

C&C: walls – photos uploaded

The first sets of photographs from the latest Cuppa & Capture – “Walls” – have been uploaded.

Photos from our Studio Night

Michèle has published the photos from the Club’s recent Studio Night, which was enjoyed by all!

Yorkshire Monochrome Group anniversary exhibition

The Yorkshire Monochrome Group 20th Anniversary Exhibition runs from March 13th to April 20th at Wath on Dearne Library. Opening times Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 9am – 5pm ¦ Thu: 9am – 7pm ¦ Sat: 9am – 1pm ¦ Sun:

Stereo photography

We have added a document by Trevor Richardson on stereo photography. This is based on a talk he gave at the club meeting on 20th February 2018 and is an aspect of photography in which he has had a long

New: list of Cuppa & Capture reports

We have added a list of reports & photos from Cuppa & Capture events over the last three and a half years.

Your help requested!

We have received an email from a Masters’ student at Leeds Trinity University looking for members to give her “comments and opinions re the future of professional photography”. The student, Christine Wilson, says: I am currently doing research for my

Results for Annual Projected Knockout Competition – 19th December 2017

Click here for a pdf of round by round results. Congratulations to Martin for winning through all of the tough competition and also to everyone who took part. Of course, it would not be the competition we have come to know

YENRIC competition themes for 2017/8

The YENRIC organisation has confirmed the dates and themes of the competitions for 2017/8: 6 November 2017: “Weather” 22 January 2018:  “Interior” 12 March 2018:  “Small worlds” For more information contact Philip Dearle, our YENRIC representative ( yenric@bishopthorpe-camera-club.com )

Photographic software workshops

The Bishopthorpe Camera Club’s very own Roger Walton regularly runs workshops on photographic software. The courses on offer in spring 2017 are: Introduction to Photoshop, Saturday 4th Feb. Lightroom basics, Saturday 25th Feb. Getting great black & white using Silver

Results for Annual Projected Knockout Competition – 13th December 2016

Click here for a pdf of round by round results. Congratulations to David for winning through all of the tough competition and also to everyone who took part. Of course, it would not be the competition we have come to know

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