There was a record turnout of 35 on 30 June for the free public photography talk given by Phil Reeds CPAGB who is based in the Washburn Valley. His topic was Shooting Landscapes and it was well illustrated with photos not only from his own locality but also from his trips abroad to some of the great national parks.
He advised on shutter and aperture settings for different effects and led a lively dialogue with the audience about different compositional approaches and cropping. He also recommended studying the work of some of his favourite landscape photographers.
This talk completed the Club’s highly successful series of eight talks at Cliffe Castle Museum in Keighley. They have covered a wide range of topics and done much to improve photographic skills.