Our pictures

This section is about our members' showing their work in different ways. Our members have a range of experience, some very good, others are relatively new to photography. Maybe seeing some of their work and this diversity will help you decide to come along and join us.

2017 Exhibition

See a report of the 2017 exhibition, including a slideshow of the digital entries and pictures of the Visitors' Choice 1st and 2nd place prints.

Members' pages on this website

On this site we have some members' photos. The following list gives the member's name with a very brief description of them photographically. Clicking on the name will take you to their page of this site.

Links to members own websites

These links are to individual members' personal sites. The sites will open in a new browser window, and neither content nor maintenance are the responsibility of the Club.

Another external site with photos by Sevenoaks Camera Club members is that for Kentish Opera. Pictures of productions since La Traviata in 2005 have been taken some of our members.

Flickr

The Club has its own Flickr group. It is a closed group viewable only by Sevenoaks Camera Club members who have an account/profile with Flickr and who have also joined the Flickr Group. Only they can then add photos and comments.

Members can access it via the following address: https://www.flickr.com/groups/sccmembersonly/

Books

In November 2015 a few Club members who had worked together on a project published a photographic book of Sevenoaks entitled “Sevenoaks image-ined: a photographic essay” It contains over 70 photographs taken by the members, accompanied by text. The book can be seen and ordered from the Blurb website.

For the 2011-12 season we published our second book of Club members' photographs, celebrating our 60th anniversary in 2012. It is on the Blurb publishing website, where you can see an electronic preview and buy your copies. As our 60th anniversary year coincided with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee we sent a copy to Her Majesty. We were delighted to receive a response from a Lady-in-Waiting saying that the book had given Her Majesty much pleasure.

Our first book, from the 2010-11 season is still available on Blurb.