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In the Shadows by Ian Chanter


























Plymstock Camera Club is a friendly well established club with a thriving membership. The club always welcomes newcomers whether experienced photographers or complete beginners. 

We offer a broad range of improvement, how-to and practical evenings, internal and inter-club competitions, critique evenings, lectures and instruction by experienced photographers as well as inspirational speakers.  

As a club we seek to faciltate what the membership wants as well as educate and broaden everyones skills.

You would be welcome to come along as our guest to see if we are the club for you.


For the 2019-2020 season we will meet every Tuesday 7.45pm-10pm from September through to April at:


Plymstock United Church,

Plymstock Road,

Plymouth PL9 7PB.  


(Located 1/3 of the way between the Dean Cross traffic lights at Plymstock Broadway and the waterfront at Oreston).

Copyright for the images on this site are held and retained by the individual photographers.



Oystercatcher by Tony Kemp



Membership fees for next season Sept 2019 - April 2020 inclusive:  

(Reduced membership post Christmas)

Single 20

Student/Junior Reduced rate 12.50


On the evening all members and visitors 2.50 inclusive of draw ticket, tea & biscuit with an additional charge for visitors for selected speakers. 


New members are particularly welcome at the start of our season and throughout the year. 


You will be able to attend the club on two occasions as a trial with a paid membership required on the third evening.



Boats at Dawn by Bruce Robinson









































Latest News


Attention Please!


Tuesday 19th November 2019 No Meeting!

Instead we meet on Wednesday 20th November 2019 

at Plymouth & District Camera Club, start time is 7pm



Please note we are NOT meeting on Tuesday at our usual venue but at Plymouth & District Camera Clubs venue at the earlier time of 7pm on Wednesday 20th (meeting at Kings Tamerton Community Centre, Trevithick Road, Plymouth, PL5 2BU.  There is ample parking and even a chance for a drink at the club bar if you wish).

This will be the very exciting inaugural Alliance event!  This event will see guest judge Brian Northmore scoring 60 digital images (DPIs).  15 DPIs from each participating club (Plymstock CC, Plymouth & District CC, Kingsbridge CC and Ivybridge CC.  The club with the highest total from the judges scores will win this event.  This event would be a great opportunity for any person considering joining a camera club to see what each club can produce and meet a few like-minded fellow photographers and any guests are always welcome at any of these clubs so please come along and take a look. 




Prospective New Members Welcome!


Whether you've been thinking about it sometime or you have a new interest in photography, please come and visit our club.  We pride ourselves on being the friendliest club in the region and you will be most welcome.  You can attend for two weeks without having to formally join.  We do charge 2.50 but that does include a nice cuppa and biscuit and a worthwhile raffle ticket.


Unlike other clubs we are a growing club with a programme that is strongly influenced by the members and we are sure you would enjoy any evenings with us. 


Why not come along as the evenings grow darker and enjoy many fantastic images and photographic discussions.  Last season 688 images were entered by members into our competitions with a mixture of both print and digitally projected images (DPI) covering every subject and genre imaginable.


We look forward to seeing you. 



3rd September 2019 - The New Season Has Arrived


It was great to see the returning members and we all had a lot to say to each other following the summer recess.  Our Chair Lesley briefed the membership on progress and minor rule changes for the forthcoming season and then handed over to our External Competition Secretary Matt who restated the aims and procedures of the exciting new Photographic alliance (The Alliance) with Ivybridge Camera Club, Kingsbridge Camera Club and Plymouth and District Camera Club.  In the break a sub committee had felt that our initial entry should be derived from the last 2 years WCPF DPIC entries (Western Counties Photographic Federation, Digitally Projected Image Compeititon).  These were then voted on by all members present in the 2nd half of the evening.




Club Member Matt Curtin achieves success in BBC Radio Devon Photographic Competition


Last summer BBC Radio Devon ran a competition to find 20 great images that celebrate where we live.  They wanted to celebrate our county and the talented photographers who capture so many amazing images of life here in Devon. The winning images are to be blown up and used to cover the BBC broadcast vehicles which are seen by thousands of people across the region.  


Matt's image of Plymouth Hoe (displayed below) was one of the winning images.


Well done Matt and many congratulations from all your friends at the club


All 20 images can be viewed at the National Park Visitor Centre, Princetown until the 17th April.  They are open 7 days a week, 10-5pm.



Plymouth Hoe - Matt Curtin



Tuesday 26th March 2019


Members and any guests were invited to view, discuss and appraise the 2019 Western Counties Photographic Federation DPIC Competition Digital Images.   

Plymstock came a very respectible 26th place jointly with Newton Abbot and Shaftesbury out of a total of 57 clubs in the region.



Saturday 6th October 2018 - Plymstock Library

Plymstock Camera Club again this year supported the "Fun Palace" taking place at Plymstock Library with an exhibition of club members prints.  Thanks to all those that enabled this event and those that went along to support it.
Plymstock Camera Club at the Plymstock Fair 2018



Saturday September 1st saw Plymstock Camera Club committee and members setting up a fantastic print and rolling digital display of images at the annual Plymstock Fair which had not taken place last year.  Many visitors to the fair took time to view and discuss the images with members that were present.  The display looked great.  One ex-member who visited stated the standard had indeed gone up!




The above image shows a few of the visitors clearly very interested in what was on display. 


Watch out in the local South Hams Gazette as one of their contributing photographers took a press photo of a few of the memebers attending.