Welcome to Exeter Camera Club
Founded in 1890, Exeter Camera Club was one of the first to beformed in England. Over the years the club has had many illustrious members who have seen their passion evolve from black & white film and chemical developing through to colour digital imagery and computer processing. Along this journey Club members have, and still do, embrace all genres of photographic art.
We welcome opportunities to communicate and form relationships with other photographic organisations locally, across the United Kingdom and Internationally and contact can be easily made with us via our “Contact Us” page. Click here to Join Us
Clubs throughout the West Country are linked through the Western Counties Photographic Federation (WCPF) to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) and ultimately to the FIAP – “Fédération International de l’Art Photographique”.
To provide an opportunity for members with a wide range of experience and interests to meet regularly to acquire, share and develop photographic skills in a supportive and friendly environment where they can explore the potential of all aspects of photography.
As a group we are interested in all aspects of photography including, film, digital, traditional landscapes, portraits, contemporary, macro, natural and artificial light. We also enjoy our weekly club events and various social gatherings. We are passionate about our photography and love to welcome new members.
Exhibition with La Société Photographique de Rennes (SPR) and Exeter Camera Club (ECC)
ECC is participating in a joint exhibition with SPR, France. It was held in Thabor Gardens, Rennes , France from 22 – 28 May. Both clubs are using the same theme – “Our Countryside”. Is was open to the public.
For more information on this exhibition click here.
History of the Club
Being one of the first Camera Clubs in the country we have experienced many changes and advances in techniques and media. Our Archivist Bob Sterry, has accumulated many articles and images from our first, tentative steps as a Club. Have a look here to see more.
We meet weekly between September and May on Thursday evenings at:
The Coaver Club,
Our meetings start at 7:30pm and last about 2 hours.
Here’s how to find The Coaver Club