Livingston Camera Club is a community camera club based in Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland. Membership is open to all wishing to develop their knowledge of photography. It caters for those with experience to those starting out on their photographic journey.
What We Do
Monday evenings form the formal part of the club's activities. We are fortunate to be able to attract high quality speakers who demonstrate the breadth and scope of photography, both conventional and digital. Some evenings are devoted to club competitions where members receive constructive feedback on their entries from independent judges. Inter-club competitions within the Lothians and internationally provide similar opportunities.
The educational activities are further developed through informal educational sessions organised by experienced members to support and encourage those wishing to develop skills and techniques. This could cover digital techniques, macro photography, studio lighting or any photographic subject of interest to members. The club is fortunate to have digital image processing facilities which support our ongoing teaching programmes.
During the summer, group outings are organised to various local photogenic locations.
Exhibitions, which allow for the display of members’ images, are held annually in Almondvale Shopping Centre. Smaller exhibitions of members’ images are in the Howden and Dedridge Health Centres.
Information on syllabus, competition rules and other aspect of how the club is run can be found in the links on this page. The syllabus can also be downloaded from the file downloads.
Current membership rates are £25 per year for adults and £10 for students over 18. An additional £2.50 is paid on each night at the club. A membership application form is available to download from the file downloads.