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Carrickfergus Photographic Society

 

Carrickfergus Photographic Society

 

Carrickfergus Photographic Society is a small camera club which meets at the Cricket Club, Middle Road, Carrickfergus. Meetings are on Tuesday evenings commencing at 8pm. The club has been in existence for a few years now and we would extend a warm welcome to new photography enthusiasts. No qualifications required - just an interest in taking pictures of your choice. The main themes that current members are interested in are sport, landscape/seascape, wildlife, still life, portraiture and mono.
The season starts on 6th September 2016 and details of our program are on our Facebook page at Carrickfergus Photographic Society. The annual fee is fifty pounds and it is possible to attend free for two weeks to see if it is the place for you.

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