Revised schedule (posted on March 24)

Revised schedule 


Meeting  March 30,  2017

Guy Brun  presentation : Nature and wildlife

Member’s night - ( Images for view, Contest  )  Deadline: March 1   Contest theme : Abstract

Deadline  April 1  Contest theme : Silhouette

Meeting   April 13, 2017
Maurice Henry Presentation: Artistic education with Assignments Evaluation (Amazing Grace)
and  workshop :  The art of photography : improving your composition with Tonal contrast.
April 23  Deadline  Brian Townsend’s Illuminator contest Award,
see Focus Club blog ( competitions/awards ) for particulars.

Meeting  April 27, 2017
Brian Townsend   Presentation :  Cell Phone Photography
Member’s night – ( Images for view, Contest )
April 30  Deadline   Ken Dunphy  Landscape Award
May 1  deadline  ( images for view, Contest )  Contest theme :  New Brunswick

Meeting  May 11
Brian Townsend   Presentation :  Illuminator,  contest  result and Award  
Robert Leblanc     Presentation :   Amazing China
May 19 Last chance for sending Images for view for May 25 meeting

Meeting May 25, 2017
Andre Leblanc  presentation  : The basic of black & white photography
featuring photos of Italy
Member’s night- ( images for view and Contest ) 

Meeting  June 8
Don Martel  The art of the Image

Meeting  June 22, 2017
Annual general meeting (Officers president,V-P,Secretary, Treasurer, CAPA rep, Field coordinator will be reelected or replaced)
Freeman Patterson’s Amazing Grace Award presented by Maurice Henri
Ken Dunphy   Landscape  Award.


The Guidelines for submissions for the Brian Townsend Award  are detailed on our Blog and are attached for your convenience.

Deadline for submitting photos to this competition at the end of the day (Midnight) 23 April 2017. 
Ken Dunphy Landscape Award

The Ken Dunphy Landscape Award was established in memory of Ken Dunphy by the membership of the Focus Camera Club. The award pays tribute to Ken's dedication to photography and family.

  • Each member can submit up to 3 images depicting "Landscapes". Landscape photography is the depiction of mountains, valleys, trees, rivers and forests. Traditionally, landscape art depicts the surface of the earth.
  • Each image may be submitted in full resolution
  • The images will be judged by two of our esteemed senior members