A little bit about Hawke's Bay photographic Society
Our objectives are to promote photography in the Hawkes Bay region and New Zealand, organising workshops, field trips, displays, exhibitions, salons of photographs, seminars, lectures and discussions to educate the community, schools, and members about photography in all its forms.
A brief history of the club
In about 1978 a group of experienced photographers began meeting, and formed the Napier Camera Club.
As the membership gradually dwindled through lack of interest they decided to disband the club.
In 1989, Ron Mc Mullan, one of the previous members, encouraged his wife Sue to take on the task of reviving the club.
After considerable effort the Napier Camera Club was reformed with a formal Committee, membership of around 50, and affiliated to the Photographic Society of New Zealand (PSNZ Inc).
NEXT CLUB MEETING
26 January 2021
As this is the first meeting of the year so there will be no judging. Instead we will run a photo walk and/or tutorial.
SET SUBJECT SUBMISSION
Come along as a visitor to our next meeting.
Be part of a generous and giving photography club whose members are not only supportive of each other, but as a group, learn and experience different ways of expressing their individual creativity.
We invite you to find out more about our club and meet the members. We have a diversity of members, photographic interests and skill sets from beginners, passionate enthusiasts to semi and professional photographers.
All are welcome.