Introduction to the new Programme and viewing of members recent images with refreshments in the second half. Existing and new members to bring either up to a maximum of 10 prints or up to a maximum of 10 DPIs for viewing /discussion and constructive comment.
Small group tables covering different topics. Each session restricted to 25 minutes. Topics are: -
1. Photoshop, showing the processing of the initial image through
to the completed picture.
2. ExploringYour Camera.
Bring a maximum of 2 Set Subject - Steel – and 2 Own Choice for Merits One – DPIs.
Born in Devon England, Tommy has travelled, lived, worked and photographed all over the globe. In 2017 he reached the exhibition stage of 2 Association Of Photographers awards and also the final selection for the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize and had photographs exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Bring a maximum of 2 Set Subject - Urban Environment and 2 Own Choice for Merits 6 - Prints
Topics to be confirmed
Bring prints for Westlake Cup (Landscape / Seascape) and Jubilee Cup (Four Seasons)
In Search of Inspiration
Born in Cornwall and raised on the South Cornish Coast by Cornish parents, George considers himself lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the country and proud to be Cornish. His photography is broadly based from photographing the Cornish Landscape to other styles of photography including digital art.
A series of themes in photography.
Bio below from Leigh's website
I hold two RPS Fellowships, one for pictorial images taken of the mill towns in Lancashire and Yorkshire and the other for Darkroom printing. I belong to the ARENA group of photographers and am a member of The London Salon. There have been two books of my images published: "Shadows of Change" and "Five Essays". My work has been exhibited in London, Dublin, Birmingham, Reading, Manchester, Gloucester and Belfast.
Bring entries for the Price Cup (Creative DPIs) and Les Rowing Parker Cup (People Prints)
Christopher Marsham has been a finalist several times in both professional and amateur categories and winner of the Wanderlust Travel Photographer of the Year competition (2011), and successful salon and international exhibitor. In February 2018, runner up in the Professional Portfolio Wanderlust TPOTY.
Photography is all about seeing – noting what others fail to see. That is the joy of my profession – seeing what others miss and capturing that with a lens. As Chris Hadfield (the Canadian astronaut) says “if you notice the minutiae around you, I don’t know how you could ever be bored”.
Bring a maximum of 2 Set Subject (Reflections) – and 2 Own Choice for Merits One – DPIs. (Last chance for the first competition)