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Camera Clubs

#4
Nah not that type lol - clubs set up to enable people to develop their skills from people with already good knowledge that are passing on techniques etc.
 
#5
photogirl said:
Nah not that type lol - clubs set up to enable people to develop their skills from people with already good knowledge that are passing on techniques etc.
And you thought this was the best place to find the answer instead of Google?

You're not here trying to groom some old perv who'll end up dead wrapped in clingfilm in a snuff movie with you are you?
 
#7
I did search google for any dedicated army one's but couldn't find any hence whilst I joined the site and asked the question ping - just a geninue question - just trying to ascertain whether there are any camera clubs where I can talk to like minded people who help other's develop their skills that's all - no sure where your old perv, clingfilm and snuff movie came from tho lol
 
#11
Approach the Reference Library in the town/city where you live and ask for the list of photographic clubs, associations and societies.

If you're in Aldershot, Colchester or Salibury best not to bother. But if near Portsmouth or Plymouth make that definately not!
 
#12
Try your Bde or Div media/press officer. Ask any PR Phots who cover events at your location. In the old days they used to be a great source of bukshee film-sadly not now as everyone (except me) has gone digital.
 

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