Members display their favourite 3 images that they have taken during 2023. Can be prints or PDI
Annual dinner and awards presentation of trophies for the Competition League. The time is 6.00pm for 6.30pm start. Menu below:
Some hints and tips on studio flash and why it doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg.
Bring along your cameras and have fun.
The first round of the club’s 2024 league competition. Entries must be made using the PhotoEntry system and must be in by midnight Friday 19th February 2024. Link here:-https://compent.photoentry.uk/compent/ Competition … Continue reading Competition League Round 1: Open (Prints) & Creative (PDI) – Judge Roy Maddison
Something new for the club. A practical evening photographing live insects with instruction from Marlies Chell. Bring along your cameras, tripods and close up lenses.
Nigel talks us through his path to ARPS qualification.
Question and answer session where we attempt to solve any problems with kit and technique.
The second round of the club’s 2024 league competition. Entries must be made using the PhotoEntry system and must be in by midnight Friday 23rd February 2024. Link here:-https://compent.photoentry.uk/compent/ Competition … Continue reading Competition League Round 2: Open (PDI) & Action (Prints) -Judge Phil Howcroft
Ashley returns to give the second part of his 'Wider World of Photography' talk. The story of aerial, advertising, landscape, sport, science and nature photography and a special focus on … Continue reading ’The Wider World of Photography Pt2’ – Talk by Ashley Franklin
Our annual print competition against Coalville and Ashby camera clubs. Please note that this is held on at Wednesday night and is hosted by Ashby. Parking is very limited, please … Continue reading Annual 3-Way Print Battle vs Ashby and Coalville
You may remember David from his excellent 'Underwater 2' talk, this time he is back talking about his other favourite subject sports photography. You can see some of David's excellent … Continue reading ‘Sports Images With Impact 1’ Talk by David Keep
Malcolm shows some prints of his images shot on his iPhone and demonstrates the apps he uses.
This is the fun one, an evening of mayhem and barracking. We need all your support for this event, this time held on home ground.