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The CE Centre Milngavie is under threat of closure as a consequence of ill conceived development plans for Milngavie Town Hall. As a result, Milngavie and Bearsden Camera Club is now affiliated to  the The Community Facilities Users Association (Bearsden & Milngavie). Read More >

Next Club Nights

2019-20 syllabus (Note changes to printed Syllabus on 11th Feb, 3rd and 17th March)

January 14th ‘My Journey in Photography‘ by Campbell Skinner DPAGB, BPE2. A selection of Campbell’s print work spanning the last 30 years and covering a wide range of subjects. In recent times he has become better known for his sport and event photography.
https://www.greenockcameraclub.com/copy-of-members-galleries-2

January 21st ‘Wedding Photography- where to now?’– Speaker Stuart Wood Stuart He will talk about his career path to date and where photography is headed. www.1500photography.co.uk

January 28th  3rd Club Competition – Judge: Ross Eaglesham


The Competition Entry System (Members Only)

All competition entries for projected images (DPI) and prints are made through the online ‘Photoentry‘ portal


Competition Galleries  2019-20

Judge: Roy Smith

2nd Print Competition

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2nd Projected Image Competition

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2nd Beginners’ Competition

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Result Sheets PDF’s

2nd Print 2019-20   |  2nd PDI 2019-20  |   2nd PDI Beginner 2019-20


Local Photographic News

Black Grouse Leks:  An Important  Message Received from The RSPB

“There is a black grouse lek close to Milngavie and Bearsden. In previous years we [the RSPB] have been concerned by the number of photographers approaching and even camping on the lek site and indeed, we believe this may be one of the reasons the birds have been absent from it for the past couple of years. The birds seem to be using the site again and we are really keen to ensure that they remain undisturbed.”

This view has been endorsed by 2 very experienced nature photographers in our club, John and Neil. Members should speak to either of these photographers if they have further questions. Club members and those living in the Greater Glasgow Area are asked to abide by this advice.

As part  of our Code of Conduct, Milngavie and Bearsden Camera Club endorses the  Nature Photographers’ Code of Practice published by the RSPB (a copy is available here at the Cornwall Bird Watching and Preservation SocietyWe ask all nature photographers to remember the guiding idea of The Code that “The welfare of the subject is more  important than the photograph.”

Scottish Photographic Circle Exhibition 2020

Open 11th January- 14th February 2020, Tuesday-Saturday 10-1PM and 2-5PM,  Auld Kirk Museum, Cowgate, Kirkintilloch G66 1HN

Scottish Photographic Circle Exhibition 2020

Linda McCartney Retrospective at Kelvingrove curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney. From 5th Jul 2019 until 12th Jan 2020 10:00AM – 5:00PM
https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/blog/linda-mccartney-restrospective

Street Level Photoworks (Trongate, Glasgow)
If you would like to see an ongoing programme of photographic exhibitions in Glasgow  check out the What’s On page of  Street Level Photoworks based  at 103 Trongate, Glasgow, G1 5HD. This organisation also has a range of very useful film-based photographic equipment and digital imaging facilities.


Milngavie and Bearsden Camera Club is a photographic society open to those with a keen interest in photography. Club activities are centred on weekly meetings, held on a Tuesday evening between late September and April at the Community Education Centre in Milngavie. For enquiries about membership, please e-mail the club secretary.