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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Members can enter up to two sets of images in each of the print and PDI sections.
Each set of three should have a common theme and will be displayed side by side, so please label your images left, centre or right.
With prints this should be on the back with the title and your name as usual.
With PDIs you need to let Chris Gibbins know how you want them ordered. Please email your images to Chris by Tuesday at the latest. His address is cjgib62 AT gmail.com
Chris will need extra time to sort out the presentation, so Tuesday is the deadline!
Please send your print titles to Jon by Tuesday. Also remember to write on the back of the prints the position for display; left, centre, right. His email address is j.orme AT virgin.net
The Art of Wild Life Photography Presentation by Guest Speaker, Bob Brind-Surch.
Find out more about Bob’s work at Nature’s Photos website
The first session will feature Tony Vincent who recently completed a walk around mainland Britain, he will be giving an illustrated talk on this adventure.
The Committee recently discussed changing next year’s programme to weekly meetings; this would bring us in line with the vast majority of other camera clubs in the CACC. Initial thoughts are that the programme would include an extra PDI and print competition and a lot more opportunities for member-led sessions and other innovative meetings. The extra meetings would involve extra costs – obviously- but Karen is happy that an increase of £10 per member, from £60 to £70, with nothing more to pay should be well within the Club’s resources. This sum compares well to other local groups and would be very good value!
Such a change might normally be discussed at the AGM, but decisions on booking judges and speakers need to be made soon, so this is your opportunity to suggest ideas for the extended programme.
This proposed change will be the subject of the second session on Thursday.
It will be an interesting and important meeting and we look forward to seeing you.
Next Thursday is the final PDI competition of the year. Members can enter up to two images, and there is also the Improvers’ League.
Please email your resized images to Chris Gibbins , preferably by Tuesday.
If your images are for the Improvers’ League, please make this clear.