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Now in its third year, Bird Photographer of the Year is a global photographic competition; a celebration of avian beauty and diversity, and a tribute to the flexibility and quality of today’s modern digital imaging systems. Some fantastic prizes are on offer including our top prize of £5,000, plus other prizes of cash and equipment, […]
Blarney Castle are running a photo competition. They have some great prizes and the closing date isn’t until Aug 31st 2018. All the details can be found at the following link and if you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in contact with Paul O’Sullivan @ Blarney Castle. https://blarneycastle.ie/pages/photo-competition
The camera club holds it’s annual photographic exhibition in Clonmel Library from Tuesday 4 August 2015 to Saturday 15 August 2015. The exhibition is free to enter and we warmly welcome everyone to attend. Members will be on hand at set times, so provide information on the club and the benefits in joining. The club […]
As one of the founders of Clonmel Camera Club, competitions secretary, and dedicated committee member, Eddie Foyle was presented with a life membership for services to the club at the last meeting of the season. Seen at the presentation is (l to r): Mick Bolger (Secretary), Gaye Meagher (Treasurer), Eddie, Paul Morrissey (Chairman)
The club entered the Southern Association of Camera Clubs competition hosted by Kilkenny Club. Our Monochrome Panel came a very respectable fourth. The colour panel didn’t do so well and not having an entry for the projected image panel meant we dropped down to 14th. Thanks to everyone for getting the panels ready. We’ll be back next […]
There was a very high quality entry to the Digital Photo Competition. Projected photos were judged by everyone there and from a very high standard and close scoring, the results were: Joint first were Sinclair and Larrys monochromes Larry had two […]
The sixth annual members’ exhibition was officially opened by Councillor Billy Shoer, Mayor of Clonmel. The exhibition ran from the 20 August 2012 through to the Friday 31 August 2012 in the Clonmel Library.
“It is great that there is such a vibrant club in the town, which is open for everyone–young and old–to come and learn new skills.”
Billy Shoer, Mayor
The club would like to acknowledge the support of the library in hosting our exhibition. It is very much appreciated by the committee and members.
Here are some wonderful comments from visitors to the exhibition:
“Brillant, amazing work, wonderful perspectives on life, nature and the abstract”
“Amazing exhibition – great photos”
“Well done to everyone”
“Great tribute to local photographers”