It was a very different presentation last night with Ashley Gardner. Ashley was a police officer for some 30 years, 25 of which as a surveillance photographer, which he also provided training in for others. The stories he had to tell were fascinating, with some high profile and ‘integrity testing’ cases included. It was interesting to hear how the advent of digital had made surveillance work so much easier. A real quirk of the evening though was that a winning raffle ticket was 999!
Cath Walter would like images now for early publicity for North Mundham. If you are taking part, please send images directly to Cath, you can find her email address in the Members Only Documents section of the website, in ‘useful phone numbers and email addresses’ via the ‘Important Documents’ tag. Hi res images (300DPI) at no less than 2MB please.
Don’t forget the Club and Intermediate 1st Print Competition deadline is next Thursday, when John Bradshaw and Glyn Edmunds will be running a print critique evening – no scoring involved, just helpful comments about how to get the best out of your images.
And a PS – Pete Bamforth says do look at this website: – http://100photos.time.com/ A fascinating collection of 100 of the most significant images of ‘all time’.
Iain McGowan with his North Mundham exhibit 2016 – contact lain very soon if you want to take part in January 2017.