Author Archives: Jackie Tourle

1st Print Merit Competition

By on November 20th, 2019

Report by Jan Budgen Our first print competition was held on Tuesday 19th November and thoughtfully judged by Bob Webzell.  I am sure we all took something away with us from his comments which will help in our photography journey. There were 73 prints in total, 24 from the Beginners, 22 from the Intermediates and… Read More »

Ronald Cain Competition

By on November 14th, 2019

This was held on Tuesday 12th November and judged by Colin Howard, the nephew of Ronald Cain. Colin kindly donated this trophy to our club and travelled down from Norfolk to judge the competition.  The theme for this was’ In and Around Worthing’ and it was wonderful to celebrate our home town with many glorious digital images.… Read More »

Wire Wool Spinning Evening

By on November 2nd, 2019

29th October 2019 Report by Vince Knight We at Worthing Camera Club did something we haven’t done for several years…  Wire Wool Spinning!! Jan Budgen (current Committee member) had asked her friend Ian if he would present the evening and I must say we had a very good turnout with 18+ members. It was a very,… Read More »

1st PDI Merit Competition

By on October 24th, 2019

Tuesday 22nd October was our first PDI (Projected Digital Image) competition of the new season, which proved to be a very entertaining evening. The response from members was amazing with nearly 100 images, the majority of which came from the beginner category. Our judge for the evening was Paul O’Toole, a former member of Worthing… Read More »

Macro Photography – Colleen Slater

By on October 16th, 2019

Tuesday 15th October   Members and guests were treated to an inspirational presentation by Colleen Slater. Colleen specialises in macro photography and is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society whose work is regularly shown in International exhibitions. Her passion developed during her childhood in South Wales, where she spent much of her time exploring the countryside. Her… Read More »

My Journey in Photography by Trevor Gellard

By on October 12th, 2019

Tuesday 8th October Trevor Gellard is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, a Chairman of the L distinctions panel and a panel member on the Visual Arts panel at the Royal Photographic Society. He has exhibited in International exhibitions and has had several one-man exhibitions. He is also a member of the London Salon.… Read More »

Workshop – Introduction to Club & Competitions

By on October 2nd, 2019

This evening was another successful workshop, which gave practical demonstrations as well as preparing for Projected Digital Image (PDI) competitions. Members, and visitors, were able to learn how to use a mat cutter to give that ‘final touch’ to their prints, as well as having ‘hands on’ experience in cutting their own mount. The evening… Read More »

An Interactive Evening with Lyn Phillips

By on September 25th, 2019

Tuesday 24th September Report by Dave Burton We welcomed back Lyn Phillips for another entertaining and interactive evening. Lyn spoke on composition and new ideas in the ever-expanding world of photography where technology is enabling more and more people to achieve shots that were once only in the realm of specialised photographers. She encouraged us… Read More »

Opening Night 2019/2020 season

By on September 21st, 2019

by Jackie Tourle Our welcome evening on the 17th September 2019 saw existing members (keen to get the new season underway) by welcoming new and prospective members, who were extremely interested in the format of the club. Much discussion ensued as to how all members can help in the development of their photography and what… Read More »

Annual PDI Competition

By on April 19th, 2019

Report by Mia Hello everyone This week was donated to the Annual PDI competition, which is broken down into 5 categories namely Nature, Portrait, General, Landscape and Monochrome. This gives a vast amount of diversity for the those competing. Well done to all those category winners; your images were splendid. A great night was had… Read More »