Photography News 92 Newsletter

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Wokingham and East Berkshire CC Wokingham and East Berkshire Camera Club will be welcoming renowned landscape photographer Charlie Waite on 4 November, for his talk entitled ‘Behind the Photograph’. The live event is taking place at the Whitty Theatre in Wokingham, and tickets will be available on the club’s Ticketsource page. “We are very much looking forward to hosting this event, which was – as in so many cases – deferred from last year,” says committee member Roger Holdsworth. “Most people will be familiar with Charlie’s beautiful images and he is an excellent, informative and inspiring speaker.” Information on the event and how to book will be available on the club website.

Isle of Thanet PS Isle of Thanet Photographic Society

season on 6 September. Chair Laura Drury said: “We are all looking forward to meeting again to enjoy a packed programme. Experienced members are always there to help and encourage those new to photography, and we provide a warm welcome to recent members.” The club’s current programme includes competitions, practical evenings and guest speakers, and the annual sub is £35. Non-members are welcome to come to two meetings at a weekly fee of £4. Isle of Thanet CC meets at Ramsgate Football Club on Mondays at 7.30pm.

visit to Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve, and finally a few hardy members looking for something different went into London for street photography.” A selection of images from these visits was shown at the first meeting of the new

members continued to meet out and about during the summer. “We started with a lovely, calm evening by the sea at Reculver for some great sunset images,” says secretary and publicity officer Rod Giddins. “Next, we had a

Harwich & Dovercourt CC Harwich & Dovercourt Camera Club, in collaboration with the Harwich Arts and Heritage Centre, held a competition recently for the best photograph taken during lockdown by either club members or the local general public. The club were delighted that their member Mandy Southgate won the competition with her image of light painting, which was printed on canvas. VICTOR'S DELIGHT Contest winner Mandy Southgate is presented with flowers and a cheque from the Mayor of Harwich, Councillor Ivan Henderson

GETTING OUT AND ABOUT Sunrise at Oare (left) and Sorry, Not Sorry (above)

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be at least 1500 pixels on the longest dimension (bigger is fine), any colour space and, ideally, with the photographer’s name in the file name. If not, please include this in the word document so we can credit them. Send your contribution to with the text document and the image attached.

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If your camera club has news you want to share with PN readers, do please send it in. We welcome all sorts of news stories. It might be details of an annual exhibition, reward in a contest (local, national or international), or an individual member’s personal achievement – this could be gaining an award, a distinction or having competition success.

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