Month: November 2016

A Night That Was Truly Presidential!

The evening of Monday 28th November was “President’s Night” where the club president picks the theme and speaker reflecting their own particular taste. Well Steve Womack, as President, somehow managed to get the ever-popular Richard Egan to give the evening’s

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Out of the Darkness!

The theme for November’s online competition was “Low Light” – thankfully nobody mis-heard it as Low Life!! As November is usually a pretty gloomy month it seems to have been an appropriate subject and plenty of people had a go

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Looking back with John Gardner

On the evening of Monday 21st November a packed room was treated to John Gardner’s Annual Retrospective evening. John is a highly regarded professional photographer who works both locally and nationally. He is a keen and very knowledgeable naturalist and

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Looking Through Windows gets Results!

Monday evening of 14th November saw the judging of the 5th and last round of the Clubman Competition for this year. There are five Clubman Competitions each year for members (two Open and three Themed) comprising both Print and Digital categories. Tonight’s

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Michelle joins the LRPS gang!

Back in June of this year Michelle Howell, Trevor Bottomley and myself, Steve Wright, went with our prints to The Royal Photographic Society HQ for our LRPS assessment. On that occasion only Trevor succeeded, but Michelle and I were referred.

Del and Chrissie go for the nuclear option!

On Monday evening 7th November, club member Del Delap together with Chrissie Eastwood provided members with a fascinating visual treat – “Experiences from Chernobyl”. It was a one-off opportunity to gain a glimpse into a well-known but little seen world.

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A Wild Night!

On Monday 31st October a large audience enjoyed an evening of informative talk and super images presented by wildlife guide and photographer Paul Hobson. Paul started wildlife photography in the 1980’s whilst living and working in Sheffield. Eventually he turned

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