The deadline for registering for the Spring Exhibition, which takes place at the Tangmere Village Centre on Saturday and Sunday 23rd and 24th April, is fast approaching. The exhibition is for members in the Beginner and Intermediate classes and there are a few places remaining. If you would like to take part, download the form here, and give it to Lorna Brown along with the £10 hanging fee by 17th February.
We welcomed Sue Sibley as our judge on Thursday, and had a very enjoyable evening seeing very good work from both Beginners and Intermediates. Sue’s judging was enthusiastic and very informative, with plenty of sound technical advice. Sue’s has a very strong sense of composition, and a particular enjoyment of colour and lighting. She clearly enjoys the quirky and was encouraging of more experimental work, as well as having a considerable interest in the photographer’s thought processes behind the image.
As the current Chair of Southampton International Exhibition, we were very grateful to Sue not just for such an informative evening, but that she collected out members’ print entries for SIE!
Sue Nash’s ‘Frozen Spring’
Could every member remember to bring prints that you feel could be considered for representing the Club in external competitions (over and above of what I have asked for).
Could I also ask every member to send in new PDIs for consideration to represent the Club in external competitions. There will be a location on the website for this purpose. Could I also ask you to ensure all PDIs are in sRGB at 1400 x 1050 DPIS at 300ppis.
Thank you all for your support, you have until the Thursday 11th February.
Peter Rocchiccioli Selection Committee Chair.
David Donati’s image ‘Fading Glory’
Please find the SCPF January 2016 Newsletter here for latest Federation news.
Please note that the Federation Championship is on 30th at Bashley New Milton, it would be good to have some of our members attending.
Sheila Tester, SCPF Representative
I’m standing in for Jan as he is a way for a few weeks, and so had the pleasure of opening last week’s meeting which was a superb presentation by our own Janey Divine. Janey took us on her photographic journey, from her first drawn images, through her ealry photographic experiments to her Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society. She is a highly creative image maker, and shared not just her many successes but also some work she felt had not worked as well, but which informed her development. It was an inspiring evening which Iain McGowan concluded with a heartfelt vote of thanks to Janey.
Cath Water has a Canon D400 for sale (on behalf of a friend), which has hardly been used. It comes with 18-55 and 90-300 lenses, complete with battery and charger. You can contact Cath on 023 9259 6744 for more details. Offers are invited.
Digital Group on Tuesday 26th January enjoyed a two-part presentation from Keith Sawyer. Firstly, he showed us how he achieves his extraordinary composites, such as the Custom Car. Keith is a really original and creative thinker, and gave a highly informative talk which we all gained from. He also showed us how he makes complex selections – capturing tricky stuff like hair. It was a really enjoyable evening and I’m sure we will see Keith back at Digital in the future!
Don’t forget next month’s presentation with Richard Curtis, Adobe’s UK contact for Photoshop, Lightroom, Elements and Creative Cloud. We welcome Richard back to the Club on 23rd February.
The Spring Exhibition for Beginners and Intermediate Workers is booking up fast! It’s on a first come, first served basis so get your registration in quickly – you can download the form here SPRING EXHIBITION Registration 2016 MASTER. Fill it in and – with the hanging fee of £10 – give it to Lorna Brown by Thursday 18th February at the very latest.
The first Print Group meeting of 2016 is on Tuesday 12th January – and with the deadline for the next Beginners and Intermediate Print Competition on Thursday, perfect timing to bring along prints you are thinking about entering. As always, work in progress for discussion, fully developed work for sharing or prints from the ‘archive’ all very welcome. Or just come along to see what goes on!
7.30pm in the small hall at Tangmere – £3 for members and £4 for visitors.
Following a successful launch of the exhibition for ‘New and Aspiring Photographers’ last April, this event for Beginner and Intermediate workers returns to Tangmere Village Centre on 23rd & 24th April 2016. This offers a chance to show your work in any size, any format and in any layout on a 6 x 4 panel. Your can register now and it’s on a first come, first served basis so be quick! To register just click here to download the registration form, fill it in and give it with your £10 hanging fee to Lorna Brown by Thursday 18th February 2016 at the very latest. Please make cheques payable to Chichester Camera Club, NOT CCC.
Last year’s exhibition at Tangmere