Month: March 2018

Spring Outing to Huddersfield

Monday 26th March saw around a dozen members meet up for the Spring Outing. Due to a mix up in times, the event was changed at very late notice to be an evening shoot in nearby Huddersfield.    Members met just before

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March Online Competition – Spring – The Results

The subject for the March online competition was “Spring” which given the winter weather posed an interesting challenge but as always our members rose to the occasion. The judge, Peter Wells, has certainly sprung into action. He says; Another interesting selection

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A Fun, Fresh, Clear and Professional evening with Pandora Maund

On Monday evening members were given an insight into the world of Pandora Maund who after 30 years in the corporate world decided to make the brave move to become a freelance photographer. Working on a woman’s journal, Pandora was offered

An enlightening evening that was not over in a flash!

Members of Wakefield Camera Club were given a practical demonstration of using flash photography when photographing people and portraits.  John Gardner, one of the clubs resident professional photographers, stepped into the syllabus at the late notice and provided an insight

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A Different View on Reality

On the evening of 5th March a large attendance was entertained by Peter Bayliss from York Camera Club, This is an evening was a “return match” following a visit by some of our members to York PS. The idea is for

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Throwing Light on February’s Silhouettes

The subject for the February online competition was “Silhouettes” which posed an interesting challenge. Usually we are all trying to get the maximum amount of detail into our images and show depth and contrast. Well the challenge this month was

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