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Friday 21st October 2022

Half the Penryn Camera Club enjoyed a sunny trip to the soon-to-close Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre. What a superb facility - cockpits to climb into, exhibits to see and enough information for three visits. The club had a fabulous time in the morning sunshine with cameras clicking like Geiger counters. It will not surprise regular readers we ended up at The Falcon Inn for lunch. We have been before when we visited the Japanese gardens and will be back - delicious food and friendly staff.

After the usual chaotic scramble to enter three images for our next competition (Black and White only, gasp! ), Thursday evening saw a review of the 101 images entered in our first competitions of the season. Members dissected the Judge’s decisions (we didn’t all agree with his order!) BUT it’s an opinion and the Judge is always correct. We all learned from fantastic cropping and masking discussions at a previous workshop.

Next week we look forward to an illustrated talk by Shannon Moranan. She is an award-winning British underwater photographer based in Falmouth. Most of us keep our cameras out of the water and Mizzle so we are sure to learn.

You are welcome to join us (Thursdays, 19:30, The Penryn Athletic Football Club). You can contact us by email at, or our Facebook page is active;

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