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Digital Group Meeting
Tuesday 24th November 2015
David Harris and Ross Laney
“Getting in Close. Preparing and Taking the Shot”
David and Ross join together to demonstrate close-up and macro work with particular emphasis on preparation and equipment.
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Following the meeting of the group on Tuesday 27th of October the notes for Lorna’s tutorial are now available. Introduction to composite images
An Introduction to Composite Image Making with Layers and masks
Ann will give a tutorial showing how to draw the best out of an image and guide the viewers eye to the important part of the image.
Ann has asked for images for her to use for demonstration purposes. If you have an image which you think is “almost there” but just needs that extra something please send the file as an attachment to Ann by Sunday 25th at the latest.
Following the meeting of the group on Tuesday 22nd, the tutorial notes are now available. Go to Documents and follow the link.
The aim of the group is to further knowledge of Post Processing Techniques and caters for members of all skill levels from absolute beginner to advanced. The most commonly demonstrated editing programmes are Photoshop and Lightroom.
The group is open to all members of Chichester Camera Club. New members of the club will be especially welcome, as will visitors and those on the club waiting list.
Meetings are held on the evening of the 4th Tuesday of the month in the small hall at Tangmere Village Centre and start at 7.30. The charge for members of the club is £3.00 with £4.00 for non-members. Mid-evening refreshments are included in the cost.
The usual format for the evening is for two speakers to demonstrate skills on particular subjects for approximately 40 to 45 minutes each with a break for refreshments between each tutorial. The meetings are informal and both questions and discussion are encouraged. Notes on the tutorials are made available following the meetings.
Tuesday 22nd September
The group will meet for the first time this season and the theme of the evening will be the conversion of RAW colour images to Black and White.
Sheila Tester will demonstrate the conversion of a RAW colour image to Black and White in Lightroom CC.
Dave Abbott will then demonstrate the conversion of a RAW colour image to Black and White using a Nik Silver Efex Pro 2 plug-in with Lightroom CC.
Tuesday 27th October
Ann McDonald “Look at This”
Ann will give a tutorial on how to manipulate your image so as to draw the attention of the viewer to the most important part of it.
Lorna Brown “An introduction to Composite Image Making with layers and masks”
Lorna will give a tutorial showing how to use layers and masks to make up simple composite images
Tuesday 24th November
David Harris and Ross Laney “Getting in Close. Preparing and Taking the Shot”
David and Ross join together to demonstrate close-up and macro work with particular emphasis on preparation, equipment and securing close-up images.
Tuesday 22nd December
No meeting. Merry Christmas
Tuesday 26th January 2016
The first part of the evening is still to be arranged. probably a tutorial on how to effect difficult “cut outs”.
Keith Sawyer “My Way with Composites”
Keith will give a tutorial on the methods he uses to produce his composite images.
Tuesday 23rd February
Richard Curtis, Principal Solutions Consultant, Adobe, Europe.
Following his very successful visit to us in November 2014, Richard will demonstrate some of the latest additions to Photoshop and Lightroom and will speak on a number of other topics we have submitted to him. The meeting will be held in the Main Hall.
Tuesday 22nd March
Janey Devine “Its all Quite Easy Really”
Janey will reveal some of the secrets of obtaining multiple images in one exposure and ways to produce other mystical effects. Members are asked to bring their efforts on these matters to widen the discussion.
The second part of the evening has yet to be finalised.
There will also be meetings on 26th April and 24th May and the programme for these evenings will be announced shortly.
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