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Let’s hope the weather stays fine for this Thursday evening, when we hope as many as possible will be going to Wantage to take lots of images for the 6X4 competition.
As usual, the rules are reasonably relaxed, i.e. any pictures taken in the Wantage area on Thursday evening from about 6.30 p.m. until the light goes.
The competition itself will be in September when you will be able to enter panel/s of 5 prints 6” x 4” (A5).
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Every two years, Didcot Cornerstone Arts Centre hosts a Clubs and Societies’ Day. This enables local clubs to advertise what they have to offer to interested members of the public.
Abingdon holds the same type of event which we always attend, to good effect. Didcot does not have a camera club and we thought there may be an opportunity to recruit new club members for next year. We have a desk that needs to be manned from 10am to 4pm, preferably with two members at a time. We will have a couple of display boards with prints, a banner and flyers. All that is required is to talk to interested people about the club and ask for an email address, by which we will keep in contact.
If you can offer an hour or two on the day, we would be very grateful. Please let us know by email, or on Thursday evening.
Thursday is the final print competition of the season.
There will be the usual Colour and Mono competitions and also the two competitions in the Improvers’ League.
In the first session John Whittle will be giving a presentation on an aspect of his enthusiasm in photography-photo marathons.
In the second session Peter Phillips will be recounting and showing images from a workshop he attended in the Lake District.
We hope to see you on Thursday.
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