Our 2020/21 season started in September but as the ongoing Covid restrictions prevent us from meeting in a group, we are running our programme as weekly online sessions on Tuesdays at 7.30. Full details of our programme and how to join a meeting are on the THIS SEASON page.
We warmly welcome new members. You can join us through the links below – “Thinking of joining” – or find out more about our club through the CONTACT US link above.

Welcome to Conwy Camera Club

Conwy Camera Club is the oldest photographic society in North Wales. Our weekly meetings on Tuesday evenings from September to May are at “Y Morfa Venue” located at Conwy Borough FC. With ample free parking, comfortable seating and double the space of our old base, this venue provides the opportunity for a more innovative programme without the need to restrict membership numbers.

Photo of some of 2018/19 winners
Some of 2018/19 Winners (click to view full screen in new window)

Thinking of joining?
Follow this link to view some reasons for joining a camera club.
If you would like to join Conwy Camera Club, please email the Membership Secretary at: membership@conwycameraclub.co.uk for further information or complete the application form Membership Enquiry Form
View Data Protection Information Here

The Lionel Bloodworth Creative Challenge 2021

This winner of this year’s Lionel Bloodworth Creative Challenge is Eugene Stevenson, for his image ‘One Exposure, Two Events’.
The annual competition was established in memory of Lionel Bloodworth, who died in 2013, aged 61. During his years at the club he developed a passion for creative photography and transmitted his enthusiasm to fellow club members by initiating the Creative Special Interest Group.
This year’s competition was judged by club members during one of the club’s online Tuesday evening meetings, held using Zoom conferencing software.
To achieve the image of an exploding light bulb, Eugene used a crossbow – which he made specially for photographic projects – to fire a dart at the bulb. A sensor and a programmable micro-controller fired the high-speed flash at the instant the dart hit the bulb.
As if that wasn’t complicated enough, Eugene also attached a relay to the crossbow to illuminate the bulb’s filament a fraction of a second after the dart’s impact. With the camera shutter open for two seconds, the camera sensor captured the filament (non-illuminated) at the moment of impact and after impact (illuminated) – hence the image’s title.

Our website
This website contains images by many of our members and is frequently updated. Please look under “Galleries” to view images by club members.

Planning to visit Conwy or North Wales?
Then you’ll find plenty of pictures of our area on this website.

Live in Conwy or North Wales?
Then we hope the pictures show you what a beautiful and interesting area we live in. The website will keep you updated on club events.