I sincerely hope you are all well in these unusual times. Even though we are fast approaching the end of our season we’ve made the decision to continue with Zoom meetings throughout the summer recess for as long as this lockdown and social distancing continues. This newsletter therefore gives you an update about our forthcoming Zoom meetings from now until the beginning of July. Further details about each date are available within the programme section of our website. We do hope to fill other Thursday slots and this will be forthcoming in another newsletter in due course.
Before that I’d like to congratulate all the members who have posted some beautiful images on the club’s Flickr site. The last theme was “Bloomin’ Marvellous”, where members shared a range of colourful and creative images of floral portraits, garden and nature settings. The latest theme is called “Lockdown Life” and will be open until Saturday 9th of May. It is open to any form of image that reflects the lockdown period we’ve all be enjoying, I don’t think, including documentary, portraits, artistic interpretation, abstract, etc, and not forgetting humour of course.
I have to say that it’s great to see the increasing use of digital media to show off work from our members so please keep it up.
Now the programme to date:
7thMay Andrew Mills, ‘email@example.com‘, ‘Trans Asian Journeys’.
14thMay Glyn Edmunds, ‘From Analogue to Instagram with Huawei’.
21stMay This is our AGM so please make sure you tune in to that as we must make sure we are quorate so we can vote on the proposals being put forward. All the papers will be circulated at the appropriate time.
28thMay Pete Bamforth, ‘O to be in Scotland now that Covids Here’.
June 4th Thomas Peck ‘Sublime in Photography’.
June 11th It will be Chichester Camera Clubs PDI of the year competition. Please remember that images must have been used and judged in a competition this season. Further details will be circulated closer to the date
June 18thJeff Owen ‘While away time on the Internet’and David Harris ‘Pictures from an Exhibition – North Mundham revisited’.
June 25thJulian Elliot , ‘julianelliottphotography.com’, ‘Mongolia-Eagle Hunters’.
July 2nd Finally, and this is only because this as far as we’ve got, David Abbott ‘The 1851 Great Exhibition in Hyde Park’.
I hope you will enjoy this Zoom programme and can see that the committee has been very busy behind the scenes trying to offer at least a little comfort during these awful times and keeping us all involved in this fantastic medium of photography. To that end I’d like to offer all my thanks to the committee, with special thanks to Jeff Owen for all the techie stuff, and look forward to working with them next season.
Best Wishes to you all.