All posts by Lorna Brown

Thursday 15th October

We had an excellent start to the competition rounds last night, with 75 images in the Advanced PDI competition. We were very grateful to Giles Barkley who stepped in as judge to replace Barry Senior.  As Giles was not really well, this was particularity good of him and we appreciated his analysis and comments, and his clear enjoyment of our images.

The results will be on the website in the next day or two.  You will have to log on to the ‘private’ areas of the website, so watch out for instructions on how to do that.

 

First Beginners and Intermediate PDI Competition deadline extended

Especially for new members, but for all Beginners and Intermediate members, who are not quite sure or ready to submit entries to the forthcoming PDI competition, there is an extension to the deadline to next Thursday 22nd October.  Please go to the PDI Upload Site to upload your images.  Contact Jeff Owen for any issues, or for new members unsure about resizing, contact your mentor.

 

 

 

Print Group 13th October

An enjoyable Print Group last night – with some brave new members who shared their images with us for helpful comments,.  Pete Bamforth brought along his latest print book, a record of his recent visits to Birmingham.  Pete’s images are always stunning, and this latest superb A3 publication from Aperture took advantage of the 50% reduction Aperture offers Club members and friends in the Annual Exhibition catalogue.  You’ll have to be quick to use the voucher code – it expires at the end of the month.

Print Group meets again on 10th November – do join us!

Thursday 8th October

I’m covering for Jan while he’s away for a while and had the pleasure of introducing Tim Pile yesterday evening.  Tim is a self-confessed amateur photographer, but one of the highest standards, and a highly awarded photographer with a world-wide reputation at that.  He self deprecatingly also claimed to be the creator of the most corny talk tiles, and it has to said that his ‘Have I got nudes for you’, while clear in its intent, does some disservice to the beauty and quality of his images, many shot with just superb natural light in the natural and built environments.  He’ll be back in area at Bognor Camera Club next April if you missed his polished and excellent presentation – or indeed would like to see it again.

Next week there’s a change to the programme as Barry Senior, who was to judge the first Advanced PDI of the Year Competition, was caught up in the accident on the A27 earlier this week.  I’m pleased to say he was unhurt, but he and his wife were pretty shaken.  We wish them both a speedy recovery, and will be pleased to welcome Giles Barkley as out judge who has kindly stepped in.

Lorna Brown

Vice Chair