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Photographic and Digital Imaging Club

PUBLISHED: 09:00 10 April 2009 | UPDATED: 08:49 06 July 2010

On April 8 the club took a trip down memory lane with Ron Clarke as he showed his choice of his best pictures from a lifetime of photography. The club saw the contact prints from the very first film he took and developed in the scullery when in his early teens, charming prints of his family growing up and went to many exciting places.

On April 8 the club took a trip down memory lane with Ron Clarke as he showed his choice of his best pictures from a lifetime of photography. The club saw the contact prints from the very first film he took and developed in the scullery when in his early teens, charming prints of his family growing up and went to many exciting places. Ron has always taken his camera with him on his travels around the world for work and for pleasure. This has led him to many unusual places especially in West Africa and South Africa. He also had pictures from the clubs archives and many club members saw themselves in their youth. A fascinating evening from a well travelled man.

The next meeting is on Wednesday April 22 at 7.15pm at Trinity Methodist Church Hall, Park Road, Lowestoft. The speaker will be Anne Miles FRPS, who is a leading photographer in East Anglia, on “Digital Photo Art”. The club welcomes anyone with an interest in photography.


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