Everyone is welcome to the May meeting at West Diggers starting at 7 pm. We have a couple of Zone Convention motions to discuss and vote on plus we need to finalise the Set Subject topic for the 2020 Zone convention that being held in Tamworth.
After the meeting, we get to view the images and find out the results from this months competition. With the new website up and running, it’s been decided that everyone will upload their digitals images via the website, so you need to make sure you are registered. If you having a problem uploading your photos, bring your digital images along and Nev or Digby will help you upload it.
After viewing the images, for those who want to stay, Digby will be giving a presentation on using the new website.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
by Digby Brown, April 26, 2019
For those who want to have a photograph critique, we need to start at 6 pm sharp as we have a lot to discuss in a short period of time.
If you have a photo that you want to get a feel of what others think about it, then bring it along.
All you need to do is print a hardcopy (don’t mount it but the print needs to be at least a 5 X 7 inches or bigger.) Then put a digital copy onto a USB stick and bring both to the session.
Your image will be handed around the group and everyone will get to write a comment on it. It will then be projected, you can tell us your concept behind creating it and then the group will discuss it. This is a fantastic way to get a feel of whether you are on the right track with your image creation.
The main event starts at 7pm. We will take look at the Competition Set Subject for June which is Colourising. This is generally a monochrome image with a single object coloured to heighten the realism of the photograph, or for artistic purposes, or to place emphasis on that object.
We will finish up look at how to use the Myphotoclub website and show you how to register, up load competition images and use the site.
We look forward to seeing you at
the Training Night.
Any question please forward to Tony Green.
by Digby Brown, April 15, 2019