The club has received an Arts Council England grant
to purchase digital projection equipment.
Welcome to Tonbridge Camera Club
Please click on the links on the left to navigate the site,
or explore the gallery to see some of our work.
Click on the image of Tonbridge Castle (Top left ) to return to this Home Page.
If you are just starting photography, see our Beginner's Guide.
Finding your way around this site
The site has three main zones, each with its own list of links ( on the left ):-
- A public zone containing a programme of events and information about the club.
The Programme of events is held on a database containing several years of history, and is organised by club season. The default view is for the current season, but previous seasons can be shown using the selection box at the bottom of the page. Clicking on the month abbreviation near the page top is a quick way to scroll down the table of events to a particular month.
The objectives of the club are described in the 'Introduction' in the Club Information section, with the resources available and the membership fees given in 'The Details'.
The club requirements for images on the various image media, and the lists of competitions available to club members are also described in this zone.
- A Beginners zone, available to all.
This gives an introduction to camera types, functions and image styles, with some photographic theory.
- A members zone, requiring password access, containing news for members, competition results and images of entries.
Like the programme of events, the competition results are held in a database with several years history available.
The 'Home Page' link, or clicking on the image of Tonbridge Castle, will always return you to this page.
Images on this site
The copyright of all images on this site is retained by the photographer, and they may not be copied or used without permission.
They have also been reduced in size and resolution to fit the page size restrictions. The original source is much clearer and crisper than the images shown here. It also helps if you are using a colour calibrated display screen on your computer.