Category Archives: Presentation

Presentation – Anthony Sinfield from Cameracal

By on January 8th, 2020

Tuesday 7th January 2020 Members welcomed Anthony Sinfield from Cameracal, Camera and Lens Calibration specialists. Following his introduction, Anthony performed a live calibration demonstration with equipment provided by a camera club member. This was a fascinating insight into the calculation of autofocus microadjustments required to optimise the performance of the equipment. Anthony also gave hints… Read More »

Speaker – Ken Scott

By on December 4th, 2019

Members and visitors gave a warm welcome to Ken Scott, in the hope they would come away from the evening with increased knowledge and advice on how to improve their photography skills. They were certainly not disappointed. Ken, with his relaxed style, engaged the audience throughout showing a variety of images, while asking the audience… 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 »

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 »

Members Present

By on January 10th, 2019

Happy 2019! To get things rolling this year we opened with a “Members Present” evening. Thank you to Kathie, Mia and Liz who displayed three diverse presentations. Topics included personal camera journeys, explanation on zoom bursts and a trip to Romania to aid charity work. Great presentations, good atmosphere and a lot of excitement for… Read More »

How Did I Get To Advanced?

By on November 14th, 2018

A somewhat rhetorical question, posed a few months back, led to a number of the club’s advanced photographers holding a discussion about what led them to this point in their photographic journey. Presentations gave insight into changes in equipment used over the years, preferred types of photography, how software can help or hinder, the benefits… Read More »

Portrait Photography Techniques

By on October 18th, 2018

On Tuesday 16th, Khurrum and Rajinder presented an evening introducing the Club Members to the art of studio photography. They demonstrated the importance of the correct lighting and equipment needed to achieve the best portraits and we were introduced to soft boxes, umbrellas, barn doors, reflectors etc. They showed us how to achieve portraits with… Read More »

An Evening With Lyn Phillips

By on September 26th, 2018

Lyn, as usual, delivered a fascinating evening packed with information and ideas on photography, image processing, creativity, printing and so much more. Lyn’s entertaining and engaging style kept us all involved throughout the whole evening and there simply wasn’t enough time to cover all the topics on the agenda. We did, however, learn a great… Read More »

An Evening with Gavin Hoey

By on November 9th, 2017

A brilliant evening with Gavin as usual, well attended and supported by many members from other local camera clubs – thankyou all for coming! Gavin’s theme was “Lighten Up” and revolved around the use of lighting and composition to give every-day items such as tea light candles much more interest by careful arrangement, lighting and,… Read More »