Framlingham Camera Club

Our face-to-face programme has been suspended as a result of COVID-19. We are running remote (online) activities until COVID restrictions are eased.  More details on the programme page.


Next event: Thursday 15th April. Zoom meeting, speaker: Slawek Staszczuk, "Case studies - landscape photography from conception to post-processing".  Cara will send round a Zoom link to members. More details in the programme.  Email me if you are not a member and would like to join as a guest.

1st April: The Peer Critique gallery has been cleared out for the start of the new month, and there are already some new images posted.  Use this gallery to get comments on your photos, to try out images before putting them in a competition or just to post something for fun!  Here are some of the images currently in the Peer Critique gallery (click an image for a larger version, or go to the peer critique gallery page to comment):


Check the news page and the programme page for updates.  

If you find anything interesting to add, email me


We're a friendly Suffolk Camera Club welcoming members of all ages and abilities. We meet regularly at Brandeston village hall (IP13 7AD) to further our mutual interest in Photography.

Activities include competitions, talks, exhibitions, tutorial/beginners sessions, and visits to other clubs and events.  Take a look at our programme for information about our future meetings and see news for latest updates.

If you're interested in Photography why not join us? Whether you're a beginner or more advanced, you'll find a warm welcome at Framlingham Camera Club.

The club is a member of the East Anglian Federation of Photographic Societies.

Members can log in here.

Some recent work by members:

© All photos are copyright the photographer.

More images (and larger versions) are on the Members Gallery page, or click on any photo to see a larger image (and you can then use cursor keys to scroll through the images).

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Site last updated on 10th April 2021