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Dingwall Camera Club focused on new season with bid to put new members in picture


By Hector MacKenzie

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The top image from Dingwall Camera Club's annual competition for members. “Red Baron” by photographer Jim Biscoe.
The top image from Dingwall Camera Club's annual competition for members. “Red Baron” by photographer Jim Biscoe.

A ROSS-SHIRE camera club is keen to put new members in the frame as it prepares for the launch of a new season.

Dingwall Camera Club, one of the oldest established clubs in the region, clicks into action again on Monday, September 11.

It said: "Whatever your level of experience or genre of photography, you'll find inspiration, advice and tips at Dingwall. And we've been going for 50 years!"

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It caters for all abilities and styles of photography and invites newcomers to a taster session at the Castle Street Church hall, Castle Street, Dingwall.

It meets Mondays 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm from September to April.

Members can attend in person or via Zoom.

The club has guest speakers, competitions, workshops, members' nights, field trips and free tuition for members.

Membership is pegged at £30 per season.

More info at www.dingwallcameraclub.com


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