Month: July 2016

The time for reflection is over!

The subject of the July online competition  was “Reflections”and a few got out and about to to find something which gave them an effect they were happy with.  The judge this month was Michelle Howell and it was long-distance judging

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Double Delight

On the evening of Monday 25th July a good attendance at Brookhouse were present for a “double act” presentation by Guy (ARPS) and Paula (FRPS) Davies. Both Paula and Guy are Permajet supported lecturers and together they have given many talks

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It’s time to reflect

The subject of the July online competition  was “Reflections” so how did everyone get on looking into mirrors, water, metal, windows etc? Well a few got out and about to to find something which gave them an effect they were

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Not seeing double – just treble!

The evening of 18th July saw the judging of the Triptych Competition. This is the first year the club Has run this competition so it was a night of novelty. The competition was for prints consisting of three images, hence

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Last Chance To See

Today (Sunday 17th July) is the last chance to see the 2016 exhibition by Wakefield Camera Club. It is located on the top floor of The Ridings Shopping Centre by the Information Desk and is an excellent display of the

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Definitely worth a visit

Today (Friday 15th July) sees the opening of the 2016 Exhibition by the Camera Club. A trusty band of members assembled it last night in The Ridings shopping centre and it looks excellent. The exhibition features prints from the whole range

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Time to put your cards (or anything else) on the table.

The evening of 11th July saw a practical evening with a difference.  David Kershaw and Steve Wright brought along some simple and cheap lighting and other kit to set up a wide range of photographic opportunities ….. on the tops

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Informal critique goes digital

On Monday evening 4th July the club held one of its regular informal critique evenings. At these anyone can submit an image for a leading club member to comment on. The aim is to give feedback within a friendly and positive setting

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