Month: July 2014

Informal and Unmounted A4 Competition Results

On the evening of Monday 28th July there was an informal digital and unmounted A4 print competition. This runs at the same time as a “Lights Night” (this week being the Cold Blooded Encounters session which you can read about

Shooting a dragon

It was a hot time with cold-blooded creatures at the meeting on Monday 28th July. The animals were brought by Adrian and assistant from Cold Blooded Encounters and the cameras were supplied by a large number of members. First up

Maurice Biglin Competition Gallery now online

Following the judging of the Maurice Biglin Flower Competition the gallery of the winning and commended prints can now be seen in the 2014 Annual Competitions Gallery here.

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Rainbow Results are Truly in.

The July online competition subject was “True Rainbows” and it may have been the “True” bit of the subject title which caused a lower than normal entry. Anyway 7 valiant members put themselves up for judging and Bob Gibson, our

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Maurice Biglin Competition Results

Tonight, 21st July, the judging of the Maurice Biglin Flower Competition was held and David Burgess ARPS from Pontefract came to sort out the winners. All 26 entries were reviewed in detail and David provided good constructive comments with each

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Pictures at an Exhibition!

The 2014 Ridings exhibition has ended and we can all return to our own interests in photography. Over the years the annual exhibition has always been our chance to show off our photography to the general public. Putting on an

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It’s Rainbow Time

The subject for the July online competition was Real Rainbows, with the emphasis on REAL. Well maybe because of holidays or not being able to create rainbows in Photoshop the number of entrants is down a bit this month –

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Gems of Wisdom from John Gardner

On Monday evening 24th June a packed house at Brookhouse was treated to an insight into the processing techniques used by John to achieve the tremendous images we keep seeing (oh, it helps to start off with a great image

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