Kapiti Camera Club exhibit Celebrating 50 years

Kapiti Camera Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an exhibition at Bottle Creek Gallery, Pataka, cnr Parumoana & Norrie Sts, Porirua, from 1 February to 10 March 2019.

The exhibit, which is open to the public, features photography by club members on a range of subjects and formats.

Entrance to the exhibit is free. Come and browse the excellent photos and chat with the photographers. Linger long enough and you could soon be raring to join the club. Membership application forms are available at the venue.

Kapiti Camera Club was established in 1969 and has been inspiring and supporting both amateur and professional photographers. Members meet regularly to engage in hands-on photography activities, listen to experts talk, share experiences, go on field trips, and hold competitions. If you’re an expert shutterbug or are keen to be one, grab an application form at the exhibit or see Kapiti Camera Club for more info.

Kapiti Camera Club president Steve Courteney giving his opening speech.


The club’s current and past presidents.

And while I still have your attention, I invite you to check out my prints of Namibia and Morocco at the exhibit.


Sahara Desert, Morocco
View on top of Dune 45, Namibia