Selsey Camera Club

Photobook Talk by Roger Crocombe ARPS

The fifteen members and visitors attending St Wilfrid’s on Monday 30th September were treated to a most fascinating talk by Roger Crocombe about his techniques for producing photobooks together with some extremely useful information about photo printing service made available to local camera clubs by the University of Chichester.

However, before the meeting proper got underway, we welcomed Ronelle, the winner of our Summer Exhibition raffle, who was presented with the print she had chosen, "Unique as a Fingerprint" by the picture’s photographer David Richardson.

For the full report click HERE. To download the presentation scripts select one of these buttons

Images from the evening

Our Next Meeting

Featured Photographer David Nicholls

At our next meeting at 7.30pm on Monday 14th October we will hold a competition for the Selsey Camera Club Trophy.

This is an open monochrome print competition (any subject) with a maximum entry of five prints per member. Please make sure that your name and print title are clearly marked on the back and also number your prints in order of preference just in case we need to reduce the maximum prints per member to four in the event of too many entries (unlikely).

The deadline for accepting entries is noon on Sunday 13th October. Entries should be delivered to Tony's house - please call him on 604689 to arrange a mutually convenient delivery time.


2019/20 Programme

Our 2019-20 programme is available for downloading. Along with our usual mix of print and digital competitions, we have workshops, talks and photo walks. You can view the entire season's programme HERE

Visitors to our evenings are always welcome and with a fee of just £2 we think it is remarkable value for money in these days.

To download a PDF copy of the programme click this button.

50th Anniversary message from

George Abel Founder of Selsey Camera Club

Your chance to meet some of our members both experienced and novice. This time we meet David Nicholls our Club President who joined the club in 2003.

Following 22 years in the R.A.F. he started an interesting and varied career as a professional photographer working as a freelancer, for a Local Authority and as a staff photographer for a local newspaper.

To read an interview with David and look at his images. CLICK HERE

I am a great believer in community spirit, that curious quality, a sort of glue, that brings people together and makes a village run

When I arrived in Selsey in 1968 I found all I needed except what? ?

Being a photographer for my working life and mostly enjoying it, I realised that this was it, a photographic club. There wasn't one so I started one! That was how the Selsey Camera Club was born.

It was very satisfying to see the Club settle in and start to grow but after three years my itchy feet got the better of me and it was time to move on. As it was the least expensive place we decided that Australia was the place to be and so we became Ten Pound Poms!

As electronics and e-mail have improved greatly keeping in touch with the Selsey Camera Club is easy and it is so satisfying to see it firmly set in as part of Selsey life.

I'm unable to visit you to help celebrate the Club's 50th Anniversary but I have already started saving for the next 50th so start planning.

George Abel. (Australia 2019)

George Abel

SCPF Print and PDI Leagues

To view the latest scores for the SCPF Print and PDI Leagues click the appropriate button below:-

See below for the certificate showing Selsey Camera Club as winners of the 2018-2019 SPCF Division 6 Print League.

SCPF Certificate