Month: July 2017

The 2017 Beginners’ Workshops Start

Wakefield Camera Club kicked off the Annual Summer Workshops run by Ken Fisher, Adobe Qualified lecturer and Photographer. A good turnout of non-members was very encouraging as they waited for Ken to remove some of the mysteries involving modern day

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A Tale of Two Parks (and Two Presentations!)

The evening of Monday 24th July saw a presentation by Christine Hodgson called “A Tale of Two Parks – or Home and Away”. This presented some very recent work by Chris as it covered only May and June of this

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It’s all Black and White for the judge

The subject of July’s online competition was “Monochrome” and it attracted a sizeable entry. There’s something about a monochrome image that can have a real impact – perhaps it still leaves something to the imagination or perhaps nostalgia or then

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The Camera Club Ridings Exhibition 2017

Last week saw the annual exhibition by Wakefield Camera Club in The Ridings shopping centre. This year there was a change of location to the middle floor with more space and more people passing by. It was an excellent display of the

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Results of the BMW Competition (at last!)

If everyone can remember back in March we had a really good evening out at Sandal BMW spending the evening photographing their beautifully prepared cars. A small competition was announced and entries received. Unfortunately Greg Stainton from Sandal BMW has

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Judging in triplicate please!

On the evening of 17th July the judging of the annual Triptych Competition was held. John Atkinson was the judge with the task of not simply picking the best image but having to decide on which set of three worked

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What DID everyone make of these?

On the evening of 3rd July we had a successful launch of a new idea for a meeting. The basic idea is that some fairly standard, unprocessed images were distributed to members and they then have the opportunity to process

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Sunset winners

The topic for the online competition for June was “Sunsets” and it’s clear quite a few people like looking westward when in other parts of the world. Exotic locations doesn’t really cover it! All seemed to have a very peaceful

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