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Tate modern: 19 October

Guest speaker Howard Tate talks about Personal prints with a Bigger Difference at the Club meeting on 19 October. Visitors are very welcome. Meetings are on Fridays from 7.30pm to about 9.30pm at St Peter’s Church Hall, Church Street, Addingham, … Continue reading

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Urban empathy: 12 October

Approach your subjects using eye contact, establishing a rapport, thinking about what makes them comfortable and ensuring you do not project your own fear or apprehension. That was invaluable advice from visiting speaker Keith Moss at the meeting on 12 … Continue reading

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Moss is Boss: 12 October

At the Club meeting on 12 October, acclaimed photographer Keith Moss will be showing his Urban Portraits, featuring people he has met during his travels, as well as tips about street portraiture. You can see more of his work here. … Continue reading

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A Canterbury Tale: 5 October

Neil Bland took the top honours in the Club’s Architecture & Record competition last Friday. His gritty image of Canterbury Cathedral’s Cloisters caught the judge’s eye. Second place went to Geoff Meakin for a wide-angle view of the interior of … Continue reading

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The judgement of Ken: 5 October

The first two competitions of the new season take place on 5 October. Visiting judge Ken Ainscow examines members’ prints for both General Monochrome and Architecture & Record. The monochrome category requires images in a range of tones of a … Continue reading

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Time to explore: 28 September

On 28 September York photographer David Sault talks about his fascination with time, age and memory with photos on ‘Exploring Time and the Aesthetics of Light’. You can see examples of his work here. Meetings are on Fridays from 7.30pm … Continue reading

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All Neil: 21 September

Visiting speaker Neil Hulme, gave a master-class in black and white photography last Friday. He emphasised simplicity, or in art-speak ‘minimalism’. Setting up a shoot he would often point towards on-coming clouds so that a long time exposure would produce … Continue reading

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Competition entries: 21 September

Friday 21 September is the deadline for submission of prints for our first competitions of the season. Members can enter up to two prints in each of General Mono, and Architecture & Record. Titles in the Architecture & Record competition … Continue reading

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Moments in Mono: 21 September

The Club enjoys its first lecture evening of the season on 21 September with a visit from guest photographer Neil Hulme. He specialises in monochrome photography and typically captures moody landscapes and architectural heritage. His fully illustrated talk on ‘moments … Continue reading

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A drain on our resources: 15 September

The results of the Drainpipe Challenge, held over August 2018, are now in. Many members took up the challenge to seek out drainpipes of photographic interest. We have put a selection of the images on the website for people to … Continue reading

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