Andrew is based in Exeter and specialises in nature and wildlife photography. He is a photographer, professional ecologist and passionate conservationist. The subject for his talk is "British Wildlife photography", during which Andrew will share some of his stories, great images and techniques for capturing them.
Jo Teasdale comes from a Fine Art background and worked in the arts for many years. Since moving to Brighton she took up photography and hasn’t looked back. Having won Landscape Photographer of the Year - 2014 (www.lpoty.co.uk/gallery/2014/living-the-view), she has gone on to win various competitions, been published in books and has had work shown… Read More »
Panels & Triptychs and HDR in a post-HDR World 1st half Steven covers the fascinating history of panels and triptychs before providing suggestions, advice, and guidelines. He displays and discusses with the audience a variety of example triptychs, for instance from a competition he recently judged, his own endeavours, plus interesting ones found on his… Read More »
This presentation traces Viveca's artistic journey from 2008, highlighting the rapid development of her craft. Urban Exploration in 2009 led to captivating images of abandoned asylums and hospitals, garnering positive feedback which led to distinctions from The Royal Photographic Society (Licentiateship 2010 and Associateship 2011). Over this period Viveca's work moved towards a distinctive painterly… Read More »
During the first half of the presentation, James will showcase his compilation of Landscape photographs captured in the South Downs and along the South Coast. James will elaborate on his methodology of examining a location and what he searches for when capturing landscape images. He will also discuss the role of light and lines in… Read More »