On the evening of 29th October a large audience of members were present at a fascinating talk by Dave Butcher entitled “City Lights”. Dave is one of what is nowadays a rare brand of photographers using exclusively film – indeed he has no digital camera. He uses a Mamiya 7 medium format camera …

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The evening of the 24 the September saw a very large audience entertained by Karen Rangely who is an enthusiast for street photography. She started by explaining that, after reviewing her images, she can see how her street photography has changed over the years and tonight she was showing images which documented that …

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It’s getting near the end of the month so it must be another online competition judging time. The subject for August was “Monochrome” and it gave everyone an opportunity to have a go at interpreting and conveying a subject in just (usually) black and white. When the main photographic medium was film most …

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The evening of Monday 23rd July saw a presentation by Dave Burgess entitled Colour in a Mono World, which was his personal view of a period when the prevailing thought was that black and white was “good” and colour was not of the same value. He used the images of colour photographers of …

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On the evening of Monday 8th May members of the camera club were treated to a talk on The Creative Power of Monochrome by Simon Watkinson. Simon is an internationally renowned photographer Simon has had nearly 25 years of experience in professional photography. He features regularly in the national photographic magazines, having a …

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The evening of 18th January saw a talk by Andy Beel FRPS, which was focussed purely on black and white prints, attended by over 50 people. Andy’s work is almost all monochrome in it’s various guises and he was giving members the benefit of his long experience in the medium. This evening’s talk …

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