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Here’s looking at you: 31 January

A nude woman in a bath looking up through the water is guaranteed to grab the attention. That was certainly so on 31 January when working with models was one of the topics covered by visiting speaker David Lowe. His … Continue reading

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Lowe life: 31 January

After our recent amphibian antics, it is back to a guest lecturer on 31 January when David Lowe ARPS, DPAGB, presents ‘Variety Pack’. You can view David’s website here. Visitors are very welcome. Meetings run from 7.30pm to about 9.30pm … Continue reading

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Charlie gets the bird: 24 January

A panel of six images of people involved in Brexit demonstrations earned Len Downes first place in the Club’s panel competition on 24 January. The panel showed both sides of the argument and included some of the colourful characters involved. … Continue reading

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Hall of Fame: 24 January

On 24 January, competition judge Richard Hall LRPS, CPAGB, visits to assess entries in our print competitions for Photo Panel and Nature. Richard is not a stranger to nature photography, as can be seen by visiting his Flickr site. Meetings … Continue reading

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Members present: 17 January

On 17 January club member David Stradling showed off the visual differences between colour and black & white versions of photos. He argued that monochrome was particularly suited to strong shapes and textures, bold shadows and contrasts, and exciting angles. … Continue reading

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David and Paul: 17 January

When will monochrome do more justice to a scene than colour? How can one envisage how a black and white image will look? And what tools are available these days to enhance conversions to monochrome? These questions will be tackled … Continue reading

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New Year inspiration: 3 January

There is a great opportunity on 3 January for members to show their recent work and get valuable feedback. As the Club starts a new year, fellow photographers can also take inspiration and look ahead to eight more competitions as … Continue reading

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Christmas and New Year break

There will be no club meetings on 20 and 27 December. There will be a meeting on Friday 3 January, which is also the final date for submitting entries for the competitions to be held on 24 January. There is … Continue reading

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Lucky for some: 13 December

Friday 13 December will not be unlucky for Club members because it sees the Club’s Christmas Party. Also there will be a showing of members’ recent work, including a chance to see the images that won Tim Sawyer his ARPS … Continue reading

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Andy reflects: 6 December

Impact and careful use of reflections gained Andy Thomas first place in the Street Photography competition held on 6 December. Ken Phillip gained second place with a well-positioned shot of a lady passing a modern building, and Peter Wilson took … Continue reading

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