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Digital Imaging Group Meeting – 27 April 2021

Now for something different from the Digital Imaging Group.  Rather than the usual Adobe hegemony we have a run through of Capture One demonstrated by our own Jan Davis.

Capture One is a professional-grade image editing application from Danish high-end digital photography equipment and software specialists Phase One,  developed to cater for over 500 cameras and has become very popular amongst professional photographers.

Jan will give an overview of the latest features which make it even more useful in post production on RAW files (non destructive), reducing to a minimum the need to use Adobe CC.

Chichester Camera Club is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: CCC Digital Imaging Group Monthly Meeting

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SPRING EXHIBITION 2021

Good news ! You now have the weekend to work on your entry for the Spring Exhibition. We have delayed the deadline to the end of Monday!

The link below will give you any information about entry and there is a sample exhibition on Kinstmatrix that will give you some idea as to what your images will look like on the walls!

If you need any more info please email me at nicholsarah8@gmail.com

Spring-Exhibition-2021-information-sheet (1)

https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibitions?title=Spring+Exhibition+Example&label=Chichester+Camera+Club

Spring Virtual Exhibition 21

New and Aspiring Photographers

May 2021

Call for Entries

This exhibition is open to all Print and Projected Digital Image (PDI) photographers of Chichester Camera Club who have Club or Intermediate status.

What you show is entirely up to you – you could present up to 4 individual canvases or a collage of images on a canvas up to 6ft by 4ft (180cm by 120cm) – the size of the club’s display boards. There will be no judging!

This year’s exhibition will be using a virtual gallery.  To see an example exhibition please click on the link below which will open another window and then click on the link in the window.

https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibition/4655898/spring-exhibition-example

  • Your images need to be uploaded in the usual way using PhotoComp with a maximum file size of 5 Mb by Thursday, 1st April.  In your title please put your name, the title, image number  e.g.  Sarah Nichol- Vietnam- 1. Please enter your images in the order that you wish them to be displayed
  • I will need a hanging plan if you are entering up to 4 images.
  • Information about your images can be added.  Email this to me at nicholsarahccc@gmail.com   by Thursday, 1st April

Collage canvases

The following tutorial videos will give you advice on how to produce a collage in the various processing software.

Initial Setup in Lightroom

Further Lightroom setup and creating Panels

Using Photoshop to create a Triptych

Using Affinity to create a Triptych

Saving a collage canvas for the Spring Exhibition in Lightroom.

To get the best out of your collage when it is viewed in the virtual gallery

  • Set the file resolution to a ppi to 500
  • Reduce the jpeg quality until you save a file of less than 5 Mb.

If you need any further help or information contact me.

Sarah Nichol

Tony Walsh LRPS

I am sorry to have to let members know of the death of Tony Walsh on Friday last. Tony, Sue Nash’s Dad, was a long-time Club member who, along with his wife, Alice, was an enthusiastic contributor to Club activities until his declining health made that impossible.

Sue is grateful for all the support members gave both her Dad and her as it became increasingly difficult for Tony as his dementia worsened. Tony had moved into residential care and valued the visits he had from Club friends. He had his 90th birthday earlier this year but sadly with lockdown making it impossible for his family to visit since March, although  Alice had been with him earlier on Friday and the family valued the care the home gave.

Our thoughts are with Alice, Sue, her sister and their families.

 

AGM Reminder

The AGM will be held at 7:30 this coming Thursday 21st May. All the papers were circulated to members individually and the recent Newsletter of 5th May provided a link to Dropbox where all the papers are stored.

The quorum for the AGM is a minimum of 36 members and the access codes to log onto the Zoom meeting are listed under the ‘Programme’ part of the website. Please make every effort to log on.

I hope to see as many of you as possible on Thursday

Papers for AGM

Everyone should have received an email giving details about the AGM. This will be held via a Zoom conference call at 7:30pm on Thursday 21st May 2020. There are 9 papers for the meeting and these were all attached to the email sent to you yesterday.

Some members may find it easier to access this material via Dropbox and all the attachments can be found by clicking the link below –

Please make every effort to attend the Zoom meeting so that we meet quorum requirements and can take decisions on all the matters under consideration.

Login details to access the meeting will be sent out nearer the time.

Club Flickr Activity

The Club has had a successful of re-start to using its CCC Flickr Group page, with a number of members linking in and submitting images over the last two weeks. The first Fortnightly Photo Theme ended with some good wrap-up thoughts from the guest commentator, Jan Davis.
The 2nd Fortnightly Photo Theme round, “Bloomin’ Marvelous”, is now open for members to submit floral-related images, ranging from garden scenes to still-life of flowers, blossoms and so forth. Ideally, the images are from this year.
A new thread has been posted, called Creative Challenge. This round is “Photography Imitates Art”. The idea is for photographers to interpret one or more known pieces of artwork into a photogrpah of their own. The original and the member’s creation should be shown side-by-side for viewers to appreciate.  Creations can be serious re-interpretations to parody.  
Both threads will run in parallel for the next two weeks. 
No image on these threads is being judged — it’s for all friendly enjoyment!
Everyone has the choice to participatie in either one or both of them, and to share more than one image. 
For anyone who has not yet joined us on the Club’s Flickr site, you are very welcome to participate regardless of skill level. We see this as a very useful image exhibiting platform for Club members, especially during this lockdown period.Our site’s admin. team are available to help with any IT questions.