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Take a Seat – The Judging of March’ Online Comp is Under Way

The theme for March’s online competition was furniture, which sounds easy until you put your mind to thinking about what you can make an interesting shot of. However it was no real trouble to our members with subjects ranging from

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The evening was black …. and white.

The evening of Monday 18th March saw two representatives from the Yorkshire Monochrome group visit the club to show their work. It is always interesting to see what other clubs do and even more so when it is a “specialist”

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It’s a small world – but wonderful.

A very good attendance provided an enthusiastic audience for Justin Garner who was presenting an evening of macro photography. In the first half he showed where he started with macro, using simple extension tubes which are relatively cheap and can

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An extra dimension to our photography.

The evening of Monday 4th March saw a large attendance for a fascinating presentation by Graeme Mitchell on 3D Photography. Graeme started with a 3D when he picked up some “bits and pieces” at an auction but it was a

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If you go down to the woods today …… you’ll find the online winners.

Hi all. The subject for the February Online Competition was “Woodland” and we had a fair forest of entries, some from budding members and some from mature specimens! Tim Jonas had to branch out into a new field called judging

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Wakefield move up to second in the Mersea Island Competition

The meeting of Monday the 25th of February saw the judging of the latest round of the Mersea Island Photo Competition. This is a national competition for digital projected images organised by Mersea Photo Club and consists of two groups of

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Resizing videos now live on the website

As you should already know via Nigel’s newsletter, there are now some videos on the website to take you through the (pretty simple) process of resizing your digital images for entering our various competitions. The first two are available covering

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Now these CAN see the wood from the trees!

The subject of the February online competition was “Woodland” and it obviously caught the imagination of many members with a good entry this month. It’s not surprising really as we have woodlands in some shape or form all around us

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An Evening of Wonderful Wildlife

The evening of Monday 18th February saw a fascinating talk given by Shelley Knight from Doncaster Camera Club. She split the evening into two halves – her development into nature photography and then visits to Iceland. Shelley started the first

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It Was All “In” – Informal, Informative and Invaluable.

On the evening of the 11th February it was one of our regular “Informal Critique” nights. Everyone is invited to bring their digital images or prints along on the evening in order to receive a supportive critique in a non-competitive

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