Photography News 69

Photography News | Issue 69 |


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Camera club news If your club has any news you want to share with the world, these are the pages 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 read and take note of the submission guidelines (right) and get your stories in

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Deadline for the next issue: 2 September 2019

We need words and pictures by 2 September 2019 for the next issue of Photography News , which will be available from 10 September 2019. If you want to submit, follow these guidelines: y y Write your story in 250 words or fewer. Include the club’s website, meeting times, what the event is, opening times, entrance costs – anything relevant. y y We need an image for every story. JPEGs, 2000 pixels max on the longest dimension, any colour space, credits should be included in your text. y y We DO NOT use posters or images with words on the image front. y y Before the above deadline, attach the text document and JPEGs to an email and send to

Ware &District PS

We’re always keen to receive club submissions. To help with the planning and timing of submissions, here are the publication and deadline dates for the next few issues of Photography News . Helpful dates September Deadline for contributions: 2 September Issue 71, out from15October Deadline for contributions: 7 October Issue 72, out from26 November Deadline for contributions: 18 November Issue 73, out from14 January 2020 Deadline for contributions: 6 January 2020 Issue 70, out from10

Several members of Ware & District PS have had images accepted in the PAGB Annual Exhibition. They are as follows: PDIs Open Section – Ntando Mahlangu by Peter Milsom EFIAP (S); Colour Prints – Marcel Hug Leading in the Rain by Peter Milsom EFIAP (S) and On the End of the Chilterns by Bob Norris EFIAP; and in PDIs Nature Section – Ptarmigan in the Snow and Beewolf Wasp Carrying Honeybee, both by Simon Jenkins DPAGB. Ware & DPS’ new season commenceson4September at itsnew location of Thundridge Village Hall, Old Cambridge Road, Thundridge, near Ware SG12 0TU. Meetings start at 8pm.

NewCity PC

The 2019/20 season gets off to a flying start forNewCityPC inMiltonKeynes withnot one but two great evenings. First up on 5 September there’s a visit from David Smith of Olympus Cameras. The evening starts with a short history of Olympus products and then a demonstration of the current cameras and features such as focus stacking and Live Composite mode. There’s also the chance to get hands on the latest Olympus kit. Entry is free to both members and visitors, as are the refreshments. Then on 26 September photographer

and photoshop guru Glyn Dewis will be talking about his 3945 Portraits Project, an ongoing series of portraits of veterans who lived through the eventsoftheSecondWorldWar.Entry for this meeting for non members is £5, refundable if you decide to join the club. New City PS meets at Christ Church Hall, Stantonbury Campus, Milton Keynes MK14 6BN, Thursday evenings from 7:30pm from early September through to the end of July.

Maidstone CC is holding its annual exhibition in The Mall, Maidstone, 19 to 25 August. Entrance is free and there will be over 100 prints on display. Visitors will be invited to vote for their favourite picture from the exhibition. Opening times are the same as for The Mall (see and club members will be on hand every day to talk to visitors about the club and anything photographic. Maidstone CC meets Tuesdays at 7.30pm from September round to May at Madginford Hall, Bearsted, Kent ME15 8LH. Maidstone CC

Monmouth PC Monmouth PC reopens its doors on 6 September. Based in Mitchel Troy Village Hall (NP25 4BD) the club meets on the first and third Fridays of the month starting at 7.30pm. Standout events in this season’s programme include: 6 September Panasonic Lumix ambassador Damien Demolder; and on 4 October sees Tim Knifton, an urban explorer, and a feature of his talkwill be his visits to Pripyat – the town adjacent to Chernobyl. The club is open toall andentry is £4 per night for non-members.

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