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Welcome to Droitwich Camera Club's website. We are a small and friendly society and we welcome new members of all ages and abilities.  If you are interested in developing your photography further why not come along to one of our regular Monday evening meetings

Wildlife Evening with Ben Hall

Tomorrow evening, Monday 5th March, Droitwich Camera Club are fortunate to welcome award winning Wildlife Photographer Ben Hall who will provide us with a talk called ‘Moments in Nature’.

Ben has gained worldwide recognition as one of Britain's foremost professional wildlife photographers.  His images are often surprising, always striking and ever striving to awaken people to the diversity of the natural world.  He is described by 'Living Edge' magazine as a "passionate and experienced wildlife photographer, with a perfectionist's eye for detail". With a lifelong passion for the natural world, Ben has used his skill in photography to capture many stunning images.  He is driven by the need to protect and preserve Britain's last fragile ecosystems, as testified by his work for the RSPB, various Wildlife Trusts and other conservation organisations.

Ben's personal approach to photography lies in the creative art of 'seeing'.  His aim is to use his pictures to communicate his personal vision, to generate an emotional response and to excite the viewer's aesthetic sensitivity.  He often pre-visualises an image in his mind before setting out to photograph it.  To realise this vision by turning it into a photographic image can take weeks, months or even years, and often sees him returning frequently to the same location in an attempt to capture the perfect shot.

Ben’s website link:  https://www.benhallphotography.com/p/bio

This will be a ‘must see’ evening at Chawson Barn and a wonderful opportunity for guests, for whom admission is just £5, to come along. Our evening runs between 20:00-22:00 and we meet at Chawson Barn Community Hall, Old Chawson Lane, Droitwich Spa, WR9 0BA

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