I am pleased to announce the first meeting of the Multimedia Group will take place in the small hall at Tangmere Centre at 19:30 on Wednesday December 13th 2017.
Following a short introduction and discussion about the aims for the group for the year, the very distinguished Graham Sergeant FRPS and award winning AV author (see here) will present a gentle introduction to AV.
Following the break, Pete Bamforth ARPS and member of the Focus Group will give a talk about the production of photo books. As many will know, Pete has produced a wide range of photo books with different publishers and he will explain the steps involved and hopefully the pitfalls to avoid.
It promises to be a great evening so do come along. Like all group meetings this is open to members of other clubs.
The Multimedia Group is for exploring ways of presenting your images as an Audio Visual, or perhaps as a Book. You may be interested in mixing video and images or publishing images to the web. Perhaps you always meant to make a film?
All of us amass thousands of images, AV and books are great ways of sharing and presenting your work.
The group is suitable for all levels of photographers, we will try to meet each month and the meeting will give you an opportunity to discuss projects you are working on, we will have speakers and tutorial sessions on creating AVs, books and films.
The group will try to be technology neutral so Mac or PCs are welcome.
The group organiser is Jeff Owen.
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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