The BHCC, based in East Sussex UK, is a thriving photographic society with over 120 members of all ages and from all walks of life, interested in all aspects of photography – from film to digital, from traditional landscapes to contemporary images. Members’ photographs have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Our aim is to help photographers improve their image-making, both in terms of art and technique.
Please explore the site, look at our image galleries and feel free to join our Facebook Group. You can come along to the club to find out how we work with an introductory evening or two for £3 per night, which will be deducted off your joining fee. You can join the club here.
You can download the 2018-2019 season booklet here.
The images below are a random sample from photographs submitted by our members into recent club competitions.
LAURA PANNACK is one of Britain’s great portrait photographers. She will be presenting at BHCC next TUESDAY 22nd. Her self-initiated projects have received worldwide acclaim and her work can be seen at The National Portrait Gallery, Royal Festival Hall and Somerset House. Her awards just too many to mention. A huge advocate of using film, something she always chooses herself. Laura’s latest commissioned project is to investigate the effect of BREXIT separation (see below). See her work on the link below.
Not to be missed.
7.30pm. Free to all members.
Brighton & Hove Camera Club (BHCC) is presenting an exhibition to showcase the work of the late Bill Wisden MBE Hon FRPS at the Jubilee Library in Brighton from Monday 11 to Saturday 23 February 2019.
We will be showing around 80 prints which will be a mixture of Bill’s darkroom and his later digital work.