Photography News Issue 25 absolutephoto.com
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Award-winning landscape photographer, Charlie Waite is visiting the University of Hull, on Thursday 29 October. Courtesy of Viewfinder Photographic Society, Charlie will be giving his new talk, Behind the Photograph – making landscape images, and showing some of his photography. Charlie has lectured throughout the UK, Europe and the US over the last 25 years, as well as holding numerous one-man exhibitions, and publishing a number of photographic technique books. He was awarded a direct fellowship by the Royal Photographic Society in 2014. Tickets for the event are £8, under 16s £5, by calling 01482 876370, emailing tickets@viewfinderphoto. org or visiting the website. Make landscapes withCharlie Waite Doyen of British landscape photography visits Viewfinder PS
News in brief
GavinHoey shakes up Worthing YouTube and Adorama TV star, and photoshop expert, Gavin Hoey is visiting Worthing Camera Club on 27 October. He’s delivering a lecture, Camera Shake Up, which covers a variety of photographic and post- processing techniques and includes demonstrations. The talk is at Lancing Parish Hall, Lancing. It starts at 7.30pm and entry is £5. There will be light refreshments and a raffle during the interval. Worthing CC meets on Tuesdays at the Quaker Meeting House in Worthing. worthingcameraclub.org.uk Enfield’s annual exhibition Enfield Camera Club is holding its annual exhibition at the Dugdale Centre’s Gallery, from Monday 2 until Saturday 14 November. The exhibition features mounted prints by the entire club, from enthusiastic, comparative beginners to highly technical, advanced workers. A popular event, the exhibition is always well received and has led to new members joining in past years. Admission is free, and visitors can vote for their favourite photos. Refreshments are available at the centre’s cafe. The club meets on Thursdays and its programme features illustrated talks as well as competitions. Find out more on their website. enfieldcameraclub.co.uk
Left Valensole II, France, by Charlie Waite.
Harwich&Dovercourt CC changes gear
Busy bees at Farnborough
In preparation for its Diamond Jubilee next year, Harwich & Dovercourt Camera Club has splashed the cash to superzoom them into the 21st century, but has still retained its wide-angle appeal. Under the stewardship of chairman, George Fossey, the club boasts state-of-the-art equipment like a powered wall-sized screen and top- of-the-range Epson DPI projector, so members and visitors can enjoy photography and even videography in high definition. TheclubmeetseveryotherMondayeveningattheRamseyMemorial Hall, Harwich throughout the year, and also organises special events and training on other Monday evenings. Everyone is welcome to visit and join the friendly, thriving club.
There’s at Farnborough Camera Club this month, with Travel Photographer of the Year 2013 finalist Tim Mannakee visiting, a macro evening and a fungi field trip planned. Tim Mannakee is visiting on 22 October with his talk, The Secret to Travel Photography – so get your skates on, tickets are available on the door. He’s showing both landscape a busy schedule
and people images. On 29 October, the macro evening is a practical session, with different techniques and equipment being demonstrated. And the fungi field trip is planned for Friday 30 October. For more information about future meetings and events, visit the club’s website.
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