Welcome to the website of The Stewartry Camera Club
The club is based in Ringford, Dumfries & Galloway, SW Scotland, and we are home to a bunch of keen photographers from all over Galloway, who range from those just starting to develop their skills, to seasoned professionals.
We always welcome new members so feel free to come along and try us out or contact us for more information at email@example.com or 07495 815011
The objective of The Stewartry Camera Club is to encourage the enjoyment and advancement of the art and practice of photography and to provide opportunities for the development of the knowledge and skills of members.
The membership has a wide range of expertise and we are happy to share that with visitors and members who are new to photography through our meetings and events.
The Stewartry Camera Club is believed to have been formed in the 1930s, but we know for certain that it reformed in the early 1960s, and has encouraged several generations since then.
2016-17 SEASON WINNERS
At the Annual SCC Dinner on 29th March 2017, the final results of the 2016-17 competition season were announced. Laura Hudson-Mackay was this year’s judge for best monochrome, most innovative, best landscape, best overall print and best digital image and presented each of the winners with their trophies. She also presented the winners of the 2 competition groups with their trophies.
From left to right, Steve Hick, Margaret Swan, David Young, Laura Hudson-Mackay (Judge), Susan Gillone, John Sproat, John Smith, Allen Bolton, Alison Cresswell.
Alan McTurk receiving The Best Newcomer Trophy
Solway Shield for best Panel – Allen Bolton with ‘Birds of a Feather’
Marsden Cup for best Monochrome – John Smith with ‘ Double Portrait’
Reece Shield for most Innovative – Susan Gillone with ‘Dandelion’
Stansfield Shield for best Landscape – John Smith with ‘Winter Sea’
Initial Rosebowl for the best Print – Alison Cresswell with ‘Hamish’
Middleton Trophy for best Digital Image – Susan Gillone with ‘Dandelion’
Craigmore Cup for the winner Group One – David Young & John Sproat
Small Ringford Trophy for winner of Group Two – Steve Hick
Big Lens Trophy for runner up Group Two – Margaret Swan
The Best Newcomer Trophy – Alan McTurk