Monthly Archives: October 2020

Rachael Talibart review 16th October

On Friday the 16th October 2020 around 40 members of the club were joined in a virtual meeting by the award winning seascape photographer Rachael Talibart. Rachael grew up on the Sussex coast and was inspired by her childhood experiences … Continue reading

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Rachael’s splash: 16 October

The Club takes a distinctly wet turn this Friday when Rachael Talibart presents “Sea & Landscapes”. Much of her early childhood was spent at sea. This has left her with a life-long fascination for the ocean in all its forms, … Continue reading

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2,800 mile call: 9 October

James Kerwin must have achieved the record for most distant guest speaker at Ilkley Camera Club. On Friday 9 October, he broadcast his talk from 2,800 miles away in Tbilisi in Georgia, thanks to the wonders of Zoom technology. English-born … Continue reading

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Wild abandon: 9 October

On Friday 9 October the Club’s guest lecturer is James Kerwin. Writing of his topic ‘Abandoned Architecture’, he says, “I have now built up a large portfolio taken in some of the most striking abandoned structures, relics & ruins in … Continue reading

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Making prize photos: 2 October

Top advice on taking and processing photos well enough to win prizes was given on 2 October at Ilkley Camera Club. On the panel of experts were John Chamberlain of Ilkley, Len Downes of Hampsthwaite and Tim Sawyer of Bramhope, … Continue reading

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