•  Unloved
  • Dynamic dunescape
  • Off The Warf Air Time
  • holding it together
  •  Old Cottage
  •  Tweety
  • I'll Take A Bath
  • Over the Hill
  • holdingittogether
  • Just a Gannet
  •  SeaWater
  • Yahoo Hope I Can Stop
  • Enlightenment
  •  S on the sand
  •  Pathway To Daylight
  • Beach House View
  • Good Luck Through The Window
  • Observing
  •  Garlic and shallots
  • Kingfisher
  • Barb
  •  First Light
  • Omamari Blue
  •  Dargaville vintage and steampunk crank up day
  • Leaves
  •  Shoes
  •  Oceans Beach
  •  My Silver Spoon
  • Doterell
  • Summer Fun

Welcome to Whangarei Camera Club

Next Club night is on Thursday 21st November from 7.30pm at Classroom 1, St John Ambulance station, Western Hills Drive, Whangarei.

This night is all about food! We'll be trying food photography, so please bring along food of any sort, especially if it's photogenic!

The possibilities are endless on this subject, although you might have to watch out for hungry club members!

A very warm welcome to all new and existing members. If you are interested in joining, don't hesitate - come along and join the fun.

About the club

The Whangarei Camera Club encourages hobby and professional photographers to hone their creativity and photography skills through regular local and national competitions, projects, self-assignments and workshops. New members are always most welcome.

When and where do we meet?

On the first and third Thursdays of each month.
Start time - 7.30pm. At St. John Ambulance Station, Western Hills Drive, Whangarei - past where the helicopters land - in Classroom 1.

  
      Watching - Pam Stephen                              Fluted Rock - Noel Herman

   

Autumn In Droplets - Barbara Herman                       Plop - Julie Horlock
     Winner of President's Challenge                                   Runner-up

            

       Mmmmm - Christine Frost                       Tableau of Tablets - Donna Russell

         

        Stitch Bird - Margaret Hooper                           Dragonfly - Ruth Mooney