Wednesday meetings have been cancelled until further notice.
Members please check your emails for more information.
About the Club
Camera Club – The photographic society for keen amateur photographers in North Bedfordshire and beyond.
If you found us in the course of looking for a photographic club we would be pleased to see you at any of our non studio group meetings for a small non members entry fee – most at £4 but some lectures at slightly higher amounts (Studio Group night is members only).
Browse the site and hopefully you will find all of the information that you need. If not drop either the committee or the Web Master an email and we will be delighted to answer any of your questions.
Membership is pro rata to new members until 31st December. The annual fee is £35 per calendar year. On most evening meetings there is a £4 sub to attend. Please see our Members Page for other information.
Kempston Camera Club is a small and very friendly group of digital & film photo enthusiasts which has been in existance since 1970. We pride ourselves on being very relaxed and approachable: none of the cliques and stuffiness that characterise so many photo clubs here! We meet most Wednesdays of the year (8-10PM) at the Church of The Transfiguration, Bedford Road, Kempston MK42 8DW.
Kempston Camera Club is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) through the East Anglian Federation (EAF)
interests are catered for, with a mix of competitions, talks, practicals, visits, etc. However, whilst in no way abandoning our film-based heritage, we are very much tuned into the needs of newcomers to digital imaging. In addition, a thriving studio group is a particular strong point of the club, which attracts photographers from a wide area.
So, if you are looking for a camera club, or photographic society, in Bedfordshire, please come and join us: let’s develop together! Our current membership covers a wide range of beginners to more experienced photographers who are only too willing to give assistance to other members with the ins and outs of taking the images, preparing them and presenting them in either print of projected formats. Not forgetting of course the knowledge of using software packages such as Photoshop.