Four club members will talk about a photographer, photograph, an artist or painting that inspires or has inspired their photography.
Bring up to 3 images. For each bring a colour and a black and white version processed in one of the following ways:
Bring along your 2 of your best or most challenging digital images to be critiqued by Peter Orr, a professional judge. This is not a competition, but an opportunity to understand how to improve your images.
PechaKucha is a story telling format where a presenter shows 20 slides for 20 seconds of commentary each (6 minutes and 40 seconds total). Any subject can be chosen, but the display should be automated to ensure that the 20 second display time is adhered to. The presenter can talk about each picture for some or all of the 20 seconds. Alternatively it can be set to music.
Sam Gregory will give two of his talks on Landscape photography.
Having heard Sam Gregory’s talk, we will be setting a challenge to take landscape photographs to be shown and discussed in the September meeting.
Find your unique look, try a variety of lenses with your interchangeable lens camera, or use a camera provided. Sharp or soft, characterful colour and contrast, unique bokeh; there’s something for everyone.
In Whitchurch. Details to be confirmed nearer the time.
A critique session reviewing and discussing photographs taken on the walk in July and the landscape challenge.
A talk by Robert Harvey on macro photography
An exhibition of photographs taken by members of the KPC, held in Kingsclere Village Club.
Bring your camera and tripod (if you have one) and take photographs of food. If you wish, bring a plate of food to be photographed.
Afterwards the food may be eaten if desired and we will launch a ‘Self Portrait’ (not selfie) challenge. Take a picture of yourself which reflects some part of your personality or interests.
Our traditional end of year evening. The AGM followed by a print competition. Bring along two prints taken in the last 12 months. The members present will view them and vote for their favourite.