We had a very varied Display of the current Theme Candid shots” and these will be displayed in the Community Centre Case.
Our calendar for next year e progress is being made on the selection of these photos. January and February were chosen and show Village activities – Horse Riding and Ploughìng.
Use of Light
The usual meeting format was changed this time; in order to learn more about the settings of our cameras and the use of light, there were practical exercises.
This involved six indoor sessions using reflectors and torches , lightbox and flash on coloured water, card, flowers and oil. We got some good sparkler pictures outside too. Please see gallery of results below.
On May 11th, there is an Outing to the Norfolk coast with Andrew James. Andrew has been a photojournalist for many years and will be helping with landscape and Seascape photography. There are a couple of places at a cost of £50 – please contact Pam if you would like further details. This is open to anyone in the village and local area.
The next meeting is on May 20th at 8pm at the Community Centre. Everyone is welcome to come along. The March, April and May photos for the 2015 calendar will be sorted out. Next Theme is “A Good Day Out” which will include the Norfolk Outing. Do join us and bring along a couple of Theme photos if you wish.
Written by Pam Plant, Camera Club
Use of Light Gallery
The theme for the photos at our September meeting was Movement. There were lots of good pictures of varied interpretations of this subject – which are displayed in the Camera Club showcase.
Also the 2014 Calendar photos were chosen and this should be ready for sale before Christmas.
Movement Photo Gallery
The next meeting will be on the 19th November at 8pm in the Community Centre.
The speaker will be Andrew James, photojournalist with over 25 years experience and world-wide travels.
You may remember his interesting talk last year – and this time he will discuss Composition. Do please come along with your ideas and questions on this subject. (Visitors welcome)
Andrew has chosen an appropriate theme of “Natural Patterns” for Members photographs this time.
via Pam Plant, Camera Club
via Sue Churchill, Camera Club