Please see the message from Paul Stone, Horndean Camera Club, below.
Secretary, SCPFHello Sue,Could you please circulate this email to all camera clubs in the SCPF area.PLEASE BE AWAREA fraudster has obtained names & email addresses of our club chairman & club secretary & has sent an email in the name of the chairman using a slightly altered club chairman email address to the club secretary email address using both of our names as stated on the club website.The email from the chairman is asking me, the secretary, to pay an outstanding invoice for unspecified goods. I am 99% sure that the fraudster has got the details of myself & the chairman from our website as they are the only contact details stated on our website.Should any other club have a similiar attempt made to demand that an invoice be paid by your club for unspecified goods, please notify me at email@example.com & I will co-ordinate the details to be past on to the police fraud section.Thank you.
—RegardsPaul StoneHorndean Camera Club
Paul Stone LRPS, ASINWP & ASITTP
The last newsletter included an item about the various workshops being run by Bognor on Saturday mornings to which Chichester members were also invited to attend at a cost of £10 for a 3 hour session. Full details of the workshops can be found on their website www.bognorregiscameraclub.org.uk. For those who may be interested we have now confirmed the application process. For each workshop please see ‘click here to book your place’ and then follow the enrolment procedure as if you were a Bognor member and your interest will be recorded. This is a special arrangement made for Chichester members.
Award winning Magnum photographer, Stuart Franklin will present the Winchester Photographic Society’s 2018 Spring Lecture at the Discovery Centre, Jewry Street Winchester SO23 8SB on Tuesday 27 March at 7.30. Tickets are available from the WPS website: https://www.winphotosoc.co.uk/index.php/what-s-on/winchester-photographic-society-special-events
In his presentation ‘The Documentary Impulse’ Franklin explores why we are driven to visually document our experiences and the world around us. He focuses on photography but traces this universal need through art, literature and science.
Looking at photojournalism, war photography and work recording our culture, Franklin identifies some of its driving impulses: curiosity, outrage, reform and ritual; the search for evidence, for beauty, for therapy; and the immortalisation of memory.
GAVIN HOEY with his latest talk Lighten Up! On Monday 15th January, Gavin will be demonstrating some great ways to light your photos. All the photography and post processing is all done live and consists of a wide variety of photo subjects from candles to portrait photography.
Gavin’s lectures to camera clubs and photographic societies are extremely popular. We welcome non-members & visitors £5 on the door to include refreshments. There is a car park to the left of the Hall. Hayling Island Camera Club URC Hall Hollow Lane Mengham PO11 9EY To book a place please contact Andrea Leggett (Secretary): firstname.lastname@example.org