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ing a camera, stop worrying about the number of megapixels unless you’re going to produce photos the size of a house, as most people don’t print photos larger than A4.


How has the camera club evolved? Kingsbridge Camera Club has a long history and there is a photo in the archives dating from the early 1900s. The club was reformed as Kings- bridge & District Camera Club in 1976 and one of the founder mem- bers, Pierre Verniquet, is a Honorary Life member. The club used to meet up in the town and for a long time that was in a room within the Reel Cinema.


We moved to West Charleton some eight years ago.


Does the club have an active social side too? We have a club dinner and small groups meet up for special events in the summer. In our monthly bulletin, members flag up events of interest at which to meet, take photos and maybe go for a drink or dinner afterwards. How long have you been a photographer? My parents had an old Kodak cam- era and I can still remember my first photo, taken in Hertfordshire when I was around 16 years old. It was a


picture of friends riding their bikes up a hill. From then on I took a lot of family photos, and progressed into weddings for family and friends. Photography has remained an active hobby all my adult life. As well as the camera club, I’m


also a volunteer photographer for South Devon AONB and photograph at many local events. After an apprenticeship as a com-


positor and proofreader in London, I worked as a print buyer within an international furniture company. There were many prototypes, which I used to photograph, in order for them to be registered before they were released. Later, when running my own printing consultancy, I would take photos for clients, in order to get a reasonable picture for the production of printed items. My main style of photography


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now is ‘street photography’, including casual portraits of people engrossed in their every day pursuits. Most of my photos are taken when the subject is unaware, which is much more natural than a staged shot.


How long have you been part of the camera club? I’ve been a Member since 2000, when I semi-retired from London life and moved to Dartmouth. I’m fully retired now.


Where can we find you when you’re not at the camera club? Visiting various venues in and around the South Hams, and always with my camera.


For more information on the club see http://www.kdcc.org. uk or contact the club secre- tary, Richard Curzon on 01548 550664 or richard_curzon@hotmail.com


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