What an exciting end to the 2021-22 season! Carnoustie Camera Club hosted the competition on Zoom and Dawn White judged the prints for the John Senior Trophy and digital images for the Angus Cup. As the points were awarded the tension mounted and, in the end, Brechin Photographic Society were first equal with Means Camera Club in the John Senior Trophy and in second place, by one point, to Mearns in the Angus Cup. The standard of images from all five clubs was excellent. Many
This is the first BPS Annual Exhibition since 2019. Almost fifty beautiful, framed prints are on display at Brechin Townhouse Museum from 1st April to 29th May. The museum is open from 11am to 4pm Wednesday to Saturday and is free. There is a wide range of subject matter on show and the quality of the images is superb. The new frames add to the overall high standard of the exhibition making it something of which we should all be proud. The museum is also well worth a visit.
The Brechin Photographic Society Annual General Meeting took place on Tuesday 5th April, by Zoom once again. I don't think any of us would have predicted last March that we'd still be meeting by Zoom every week, but we have high hopes that next year will be different, allowing us to meet in person regularly with some speakers and judges Zooming in. Beryl and Jock chose to step down and were thanked for their valuable contributions to the committee. A new committee was propose
We were shocked and deeply saddened by the news of the sudden death of our member and good friend, Lindsay Cameron. He enthusiastically supported and participated in club events and weekly meetings and his cheery, helpful contributions will be dreadfully missed. Lindsay, camera in hand, out with his friend of many years, Ian Bain, a few days before he died. Lindsay with his trusty tripod on the outing to Arbroath Harbour and recent light painting in Edzell.