You don’t have to be an ‘Expert Photographer’ to be welcomed as a member of Chichester Camera Club. All you need is an interest in photography.
Our season runs from September until May with a lively programme of visiting speakers, competitions and social events. Visitors are very welcome to our Thursday evening sessions and to the Special Interest Group meetings. See our ‘programme’ and ‘groups’ pages for more details.
The Club’s Annual Exhibition took place at The Assembly Room in Chichester and Sheila Tester’s print Church at Vic was voted the favourite by visitors. The winner of the favourite print votings slips draw was Stephen Emmerson, who has been notified. See the exhibition page for the other favourite prints.
Church at Vic by Sheila Tester – the Annual Exhibition Visitors’ Favourite Print
The Chichester Photographic Society was formed in 1893 and actively continued until 1945. After a four year break it was re-formed in 1949 under the name of CHICHESTER CAMERA CLUB and has continued as such to the present day and is recognised as one of the most active and successful Camera Clubs in the South of England.
Chichester Camera Club in front of Howard’s Photographers Eastgate Square Chichester 1961 .