Photography News | Issue 49 | photographynews.co.uk
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Camera club news If your club has any news that you want to share with the rest of the world, this is the page for it. Your story might be about your club’s success in a contest, or a member’s personal achievements; it could be about a group outing you had recently or when the annual exhibition is on show. Any news is eligible for inclusion, so club publicity officers please take note of the submission guidelines and get your stories in
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Newton Abbot’s special day
On 12 November, Newton Abbot Photographic Club in association with the WCPF is holding a special day of photography at the Courtenay Centre, Newton Abbot. The day includes An Audience with Terry Donnelly FRPS where he will be talking about his recent work. There is also a talk by Chris Marsham entitled Ladakh in Print. Following his recent trip to this area Chris will show his prints and explain and advise. Fotospeed will be attending the event with a live demonstration How to get the best from your printer and papers will be available for purchase at special event discounts.
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The Thames Valley RPS Digital Imaging Group meets on eight Sundays during the year and arranges for top class speakers to provide lectures. So, starting off on 21 January 2018 is Tony Worobiec who will be speaking about photography in all weathers and how to deal with night and low-light situations. On 18 February Vanda Ralevska will be sharing her experiences of creating compelling images, while in March Tim Pile will be doing a talk entitled Have I Got Nudes for You . The Group meets at Woosehill Community Hall, Emmview Close, Woosehill, Wokingham, Berkshire. RG41 3DA. More information about the centre, the lecturers and ticketing details can be found on the website. rps.org/special-interest-groups/ digital-imaging/digital-imaging- thames-valley RPS DIG group unveils 2018 programme Brentwood Photographic Club continues its Friday meetings after the summer break and visitors are welcome to have three free trial visits at Friends’ Meeting House, Shenfield CM15 8NF, from 8pm. Brentwood PC
Potters Bar PS’s first meet of the season was an internal competition for projected image. 55 pictures were submitted in two classes, general and advanced, and nine got the maximum 20 out of 20 top score. The judge was professional photographer Alison Jenkins. The Society meets at Wyllyotts Centre, Darkes Lane, Potters Bar on Monday evenings from 7.30pm. PottersBarPS
EnfieldCC’s annual exhibition is on until 4November at the gallery of the Dugdale Centre, 39 London Road, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 6DS. The show features mounted prints by the entire club membership, ranging from comparative enthusiastic beginners to highly technically advanced workers. All visitors are welcome, admission is free and there’s the opportunity to vote for your favourite photographs. General club and other literature is available. Enfield CC’s annual show Forest of Dean speaker event
The Forest of Dean Camera Club are proud to be hosting An Evening with Thomas Heaton who is a travel and landscape photographer. His YouTube channel has over 100,000 followers. This promises to be a unmissable and popular event The evening will be held at Dene Magna School, Mitcheldean, on 4 December, 7.30pm start. Tickets are available for non-members at £8 each by contacting the club on contact@ forestofdeancameraclub.co.uk
Gloucester’s CCannual show
GloucesterCC’sAnnualExhibition takes place 21-28 October at St. John’s Church, Northgate Street, Gloucester. It’s open daily from 10am till 4pm (except 22 October). Entrance to the exhibition is free andmembers will be in attendance to talk about the images and hopefully encourage visitors to join the Club. Visitors can also vote for their favourite image.
St. John’s Church is situated right in the centre of Gloucester and visitors could combine it with the opportunity to photograph Gloucester Cathedral as well as the famous old docks. The Club meets every Tuesday, 7.30pm at Elmscroft Community Centre, Gloucester.
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