Regular meetings are held at the Port Franks Community Centre, 9997 Port Franks Road, upstairs in the Optimist Room, at 7 PM, unless otherwise noted.

APRIL 2018

THEME: This will be a busy month with two special events so we will hold off on a theme until next month. On April 22 we will have a presentation by Conservation Photographer Neil Ever Osborne and on April 28 the club will sponsor a workshop for children called Focus on Nature.

Monday April 9 – A full evening has been planned to tie into our presentations. Jacqui has prepared a presentation on Conservation Photography which will include a video and an introduction to the work of Neil Ever Osborne. After the break we will learn more about Focus on Nature and brainstorm some ideas for future meetings, workshops, and trips.

Sunday April 22 – The presentation by Neil Ever Osborne will take place at the Southcott Pines Clubhouse at 2 pm. From 1 – 2 our club will have a display of the work of our members. Hopefully we can encourage some more local area residents to join our club, or at least, admire the work which has gone into producing our images. Please bring a framed or matted picture to the clubhouse around 12:30 so we can set up the display. Tickets for the presentation are $15.

Monday April 23 – There will be no meeting tonight.



On April 15 is the Vintage Film Camera Show in London. Here is the flyer they sent to us.

We’d like to invite you and your photography club members to Canada’s FRIENDLIEST (and 2nd largest?) Vintage Film Camera Show taking place on: SUNDAY, APRIL 15th from 10:00am to 3:00pm at the Carling Heights Community Centre, 656 Elizabeth St. London, Ontario.
Our Spring 2017 show was huge – almost 400 people and a record 73 tables of all manner of FILM PHOTOGRAPHY items – cameras (all ages, formats, styles, brands), lenses, accessories, lighting, darkroom stuff, medium and large format equipment, books/manuals, FILM, bags, collectibles, hard to find vintage items and much more. Why take a chance ordering on-line or via auction…see, try and ask questions about your items before you buy – face-to-face from an experienced local dealer. Buy in Canadian funds, no shipping, customs or additional fees. Safer, smarter and way more fun. Admission $4 adults, film lovers under 16 free. Free parking and lots of it.

Check out our website: www.londonvintagecamerashow.vpweb.ca