Limerick Camera Club has promoted the skills and art of amateur photography in Limerick for over 60 years. The club is made up of ordinary people who share an interest in photography, be it using film or digital.
The club is open to people of all abilities and ages and seeks to help individuals develop and hone their photographic skills through discussions, demonstrations, workshops and club competitions. The club also participate in national competitions and on occasion take part in exhibitions.
The club will be meeting every Wednesday between 20.00 and 22.00 at Mary Immaculate College Room 203, South Circular Road, Limerick and the programme for the next thee weeks is as follows:-
18th January My Favourite photographer, Members will do a presentation and talk about photographers that they admire.
25th January Guest Speaker Michael O’Sullivan FIPF FRPS President of the IPF and international judge, will give a talk on his photography and how
he constructs his shots.
1st February, Competition night with challenge being the “Human Body” and its a colour competition.
The club programme from February to May is currently being developed and will published shortly.
In addition there will be a weekly “Snappers” outing. For more details on destinations, meeting times & locations (for car pooling) including the final weather specific go/no-go decision is available on the “Snappers” FaceBook page (please note for insurance reasons, this outing is restricted to Club Members)
The club membership fees are:-
- Membership Annual subscription – €40
- Seniors, Students and unwaged – €25
- Weekly fee – €4, to support room hire and the weekly draw for a prize of €20