Monthly Archives: May 2019

Stoking up: 26 May

Steam power fans are invited along to Bancroft Mill Engine Trust in Barnoldswick on Sunday 26 May. Photograph the magnificent mill engine in steam. With its two cylinders and 16 foot flywheel it generated over 600 indicated horsepower and originally … Continue reading

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In or out of focus: 25 May

Continuing our series of free public talks, on Saturday 25 May we present Sharp and soft: understanding focus in photography. How do you get everything in your photo sharp from the foreground to the far distance? How can you deliberately … Continue reading

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Support and success: 18 May

Moving away from automatic mode on your camera may seem daunting but it opens up new possibilities and ultimately gives you more control over your photography. That was one of the key messages from Marion Payne’s talk about starting out … Continue reading

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Low Light: 22 May

Contrary to hard of hearing suggestions that this outing is about low life at Granary Wharf, champion of the dark arts Peter Wilson invites members, friends and family to his outing on the evening of Wednesday 22 May. He will … Continue reading

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Let battle commence: 19 May

Our seasonal outings continue on Sunday 19 May when we can watch a Napoleonic battle re-enactment. The venue is Cannon Hall Museum Park and Gardens near Barnsley. British and French troops engage with their horses, infantry and artillery. We can … Continue reading

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Start right: 18 May

Continuing our successful series of photo talks at Cliffe Castle Museum, Keighley, we next present Starting out in photography. This is on Saturday 18 May at noon for about one hour. Club member Marion Payne will talk about how joining … Continue reading

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Richard sheds light: 12 May

On 12 May international photographic medallist and club member Richard Spurdens gave a free public lecture on Powerful Portrait Photos with particular emphasis on how to achieve suitable lighting. He showed how good results could be secured with natural lighting, … Continue reading

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Voting under way: 12 May

Voting is in the air, and members of the public have been casting their votes for their favourite images at the Club’s print Exhibition at Cliffe Castle, Keighley. Currently the leader is Keith Allen’s photo of an Eastern Yellow Robin. … Continue reading

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Portraits talk: 12 May

Sunday 12 May sees the next of our free public lectures on photography: Powerful portrait photos. All great portraits, whether with natural light or studio lighting, depend on the photographer’s ability to use the light and pose the subject. This … Continue reading

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Hectic weekend: 4 and 5 May

The weekend of 4 and 5 May was hectic and exciting for Club members and the public alike. On 4 May, Howard Tate, President of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain, joined Club President Larry James to open the Club’s … Continue reading

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