I have updated the web page about the Novium Exhibition, Chichester Camera Club – A Celebration of People and Places, to include a link to the film about the archive material we showed at the end of the AGM.
The page can be found under the Exhibitions Menu and here:
You need to be logged in to the website to view them. Also, some of the books are quite large so you may hit performance issues on smaller/older laptops.
The page shows each book as a thumbnail with a set of controls around it. You can flip the pages of each book using the angled brackets (< >) to the left and right of the thumbnail, but the best way to view the book is to press the icon shown circled in red:
This will open the book in lay flat mode with 3D animation, full screen. To return back to the page with all the books, press the same icon again
Please note that some of the books are very big (> 200Mb) so it can take a while to load pages, please be patient.
I thought we would slip in a Multimedia Group meeting ahead of Easter as the 1 Minute AVs and PhotoBooks are due in on 11th April. Entries are already arriving but if you have any queries or ideas you would like to share with the group do come along. You can use the group to sound out your ideas and get feedback.
Topic: Multimedia Group Zoom Meeting Time: Apr 1, 2021 09:30 London
We had a fantastic turnout for this meeting and we were rewarded by a very informative talk from Pete Bamforth, John Bradshaw and Janey Devine.
If you were unable to attend the Zoom meeting you can find a recording on YouTube at this link:
We had some very useful feedback in the chat section at the meeting, I have included the highlights here:
From jean brooks : https://cewe-photoworld.com
From glyn edmunds : as a “beginner”, well moved from Aperture to CEWE, would recommend both. The latter was a 70th Birthday Present … No doubt U guessed, it’s Jean not me …
From Richard Ryder : IF you only want to produce a PDF book then CANVA is very simple to set up.
From Michael Harris : I’ve used CEWE, Printerprix and Photobook and there are differences in print quality. Old scanned photo’s need to be scanned at the highest resolution. Books can be lay flat so overcoming the problem Pete raised about loss of image at bound end.
From Jan Davis : I used Photobox, photo quality very good, and was very good until last year when Flashplayer was discontinued software is now worse and today only good when you don’t add any text as text editing is awful (no formatting etc). Blurb is more complicated and best using Bookwright rather than Lightroom, more expensive.
10:54:59 From Jan Davis : The flexibility of Bookwright is far better than Lightroom
Patron: The Right Worshipful Mayor of Chichester. Affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Southern Counties Photographic Federation.
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