The Springfield Camera Club

The Springfield Camera Club

We are a small bunch of enthusiastic amateur Photographers both male and female that all belong to Springfield Camera Club, we hold a monthly Portrait Club on the first Thursday of every month and invite anybody that wants fun portrait photographs to come along to have pictures taken. We photograph anybody and everybody from babies and toddlers, teenagers to whole family groups, we do not charge for any photographs and models/sitters are paid for with a CD of the pictures taken. We have a number of backgrounds and lighting setups so are able to take various types of photo's.

We meet at Boreham Village Hall in the large Lord Perry Hall from 8-00 until 10-30
Below are the up coming dates for the next 6 months

7th Jan
4th Feb
3rd March
7th April
5th May
2nd June

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