Results of the 9th March  Open Print Competition 

Photography News Page click here

How to submit your images for the Photography News Competition
To view our pictures used for the first entry click here

Members are welcome to to use the 'Members only' calendar for information of events.

NEW  FWCC Digital Starter Kit

Competition subjects for 2017/8 season 
Unusual Perspectives, Curves, Scapes, Diptych or Triptych 
see programme for details 

Download for Competition Hand in Dates 2017/18


2017 Frome Festival pictures by club members




External Competitions  -  Click for Important News March 2018


Multi Club Print Competition

Frome Wessex Camera Club battled it out with Salisbury, Norton Radstock, Devizes, Calne and Warminster at their Prints competition on Saturday. Salisbury came 1st with 180 points, beating us into 2nd by just 1 point. 

Alan Denison’s ‘Couru’ won Best in Competition while Loveday Powell was the highest individual scorer with a 20 for her ‘Venetian Lamp Post’ and 19 for Dancer with Tutu’ so congratulations to our star performers and we can all be well pleased with the results. Pity about that one point though. To see all of our scores click



An evening with Damien Demolder and Adrian Vince

Photographer, journalist and Educator Damien Demolder will give a talk on street Photogrpahy along with photographer Adrian Vince, who will be demonstrating the latest Panasonic range of cameras and lenses.

Sponsored by London Camera Exchange Bath and Panasonic Cameras. On Friday 26th January 2018 at 7:45 at Beckingham Memorial Hall, Beckington, Nr Frome  BA11 6SH



'The Life Boat Station Project'

Longtime RNLI champion and supporter, Photographer Jack Lowe is creating one of the largest projects ever undertaken in the history of photography. Travelling in his mobile darkroom (the decommissioned NHS ambulance Neena) Jack is using an ancient process to make photographs on glass as the Victorians used to between the 1850s and 1880s, photographing every RNLI station, to create an unprecedented photographic documentation and a complete body of beautiful, engaging work.
For more images please click HERE

Selection is complete for the Frome Wessex Salon 2017.
The Exhibition and results are available to view here.


FWCC success at the 2017 WCPF Kingswood Salver

Andrew Washington receives a Highly Commended certificate for his picture


FWCC success at the Photography News Competition


The Lone Tree, Lyn Pardarn by david Chedgy - click to see more


2017 Best of Best Competition won by Mary Maynard

Click on picture to see other contestants


The Club hosted a Photo Walk on behalf of the Frome Festival

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2017 Photographic Exhibition

An exciting new venture for the Club: starting 22nd June, the FWCC is putting on a year-long, rolling exhibition changing the photographs approximately every two months in Diva’s Café, Black Swan Arts, Bridge St, Frome. Why not pop in for a tea, coffee & a bite to eat, take a look at the photographs on display, and pick up a brochure all about the Frome Wessex Camera Club.

The exhibition




Chairman Patrick Emery presenting awards to the successful entrants

of the 2016/7 season at the AGM






Alan Denison


All awards can be viewed

An Evening with William Cheung


Frome Wessex Camera Club held an Evening with William Cheung as part of this years Frome Festival on Wednesday evening 6th July 2016, It was an entertaing show with Will demonstrating his own passion for photography.


More pictures can be seen by clicking on William's picture.

William Cheung FRPS has been a keen photographer for over three decades and has been a member of the specialist photographic press for 30 years.

He achieved his Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society in 1982 and got his Fellowship the following year in the Pictorial category with a portfolio of black & white prints.

Favorite subjects include pictorial, landscape and travel, plus he also enjoys tackling macro, portraits and studio work. He calls himself a ‘specialist at being a non specialist.’

He joined the editorial staff of Practical Photography magazine in 1985 where he worked for 19 years, over ten years of which he was the title’s editor.

In 2003, he joined Archant Specialist as editorial director of its imaging titles, which included Professional Photographer, Which Digital Camera and Photography Monthly.

He is currently editor of Photography News, a free newspaper distributed to camera clubs and through leading photography retailers. 

He is also a regular judge and lecturer on the club and international circuits and is a member of the RPS’s Travel Associate and Fellowship distinction panel. 




Success at the WCPF Members Exhibition 




Mary Maynard and Samantha Pitt receiving Ribbons for their successes in the WCPF Members Exhibition


FWCC win at the annual Tri Battle







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