External speakers at other clubs

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Steve B
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Re: External speakers at other clubs

Postby Steve B » Thu 17 Jan 2019, 18:51

You are invited to a Presentation
by Slawek Staszczuk
LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY IS SIMPLE
Wednesday, 6 February 2019, 7.45pm for 8.00pm until 10.00pm
at: The Salvation Army, Booth Way, Horsham RH13 5PZ

Horsham Photographic Society has secured the renowned guest speaker, Slawek Staszczuk, and we are happy to share with you the opportunity to see him.

Slawek is a Polish-born photographer based in Brighton who specialises in landscape. His imagery has been published in numerous magazines and used in brochures, advertisements and websites.
He will present diverse examples of his work, comment extensively on the techniques used and hurdles he had to overcome to get specific photos, and talk us through the "creative process".

Although his passion for photography evolved from his work with computer graphics, his approach is traditional. He strives to keep any post-production to a minimum and to perform most of the work in the field, before pressing the shutter release button. He relies on capturing the natural available light in those rare moments when everyday scenes are transformed into something out of the ordinary.

Parking and seating is limited and we recommend you reserve a seat.
A £10 charge is payable on the evening.
We are only able to accept cash or cheque.
Please go to our website for booking details: http://www.horshamphotographicsociety.co.uk or contact Anne David on 01403 891126.
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Re: External speakers at other clubs

Postby Steve B » Wed 30 Jan 2019, 15:08

Due to the adverse weather forecast for tomorrow evening our presentation by Tom Way has been postponed.

Such a shame to have to do this, but fortunately we have been able to re-book Tom for May 23rd 2019. Please put this date in your diaries.

Best regards

Angela Karney
Programme Secretary
Cranleigh Camera Club
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Re: External speakers at other clubs

Postby Steve B » Thu 07 Mar 2019, 18:07

Tuesday 19th March TALK
One of our keynote speakers - Andy Small - will be talking about FLOWER Fine Art Photography. He runs workshops at Wisley and from his web site its an evening not to be missed even if you have never taken a photo of a flower in your life! And I think we have all tried with varying success. Be inspired!
https://www.andysmall.co.uk/ - (Moderator's note - URL corrected)

Visitors £5 at the door (refunded on joining) Free tea and coffee at half time, Parking in road
Cameron Hall,
Old Coulsdon Congregational Church,
Canon's Hill, Old Coulsdon, Surrey, CR5 1HA.
Steve B
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Re: External speakers at other clubs

Postby Steve B » Wed 27 Mar 2019, 16:45

Hi Members of all Camera Clubs including Photographic Societies etc

I am sure you will all know of Damien Demoulder. If not please Google him. We are hosting him on Thursday 4th April for his presentation on Street Photography. This is the in genre so I am sure you won't want to miss it.
All are welcome (guest fee only £5). We meet at New Malden Public Library KT3 3LY 7.45 for 8 pm. Parking in local side roads.

Note this in your diaries now

Regards, John Rowe
Malden Camera Club
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Re: External speakers at other clubs

Postby Steve B » Tue 23 Apr 2019, 20:35

You are invited to a Presentation
by Mark Pain
Sports in Focus
Wednesday, 1 May 2019, 7.45pm for 8.00pm until 10.00pm
at: The Salvation Army, Booth Way, Horsham RH13 5PZ

Horsham Photographic Society has secured the renowned guest speaker and sports photographer, Mark Pain, and we are happy to share with you the opportunity to see and hear him. Mark Pain is a multi-award winning sports photographer with over 25 years’ experience and international recognition. He has covered major events worldwide from the Olympic Games to the Ryder Cup, and from football and rugby World Cups to World Championship athletics. Mark has worked at the top of his profession for many years. He was Chief Sports Photographer of the Mail On Sunday for over twenty years.
He captures Premier League football action, as well as taking portraits and features of the biggest and best stars in the world of sport, working for both editorial and corporate clients. Having won many competitions and been highly commended on numerous occasions, including as a sports finalist in the World Press Photo 1998, Mark was named as the Sports Photographer of the Year in 2005 and 2011 at the British Press Awards.
He was named as the British Airways Olympic Photographer Of The Year 2012 at the prestigious UK Guild Of Picture Editors Awards. In 2011 Mark successfully launched the first dedicated Sports Photography School in the UK, and in 2013 became a Nikon UK Ambassador.

Parking and seating is limited and we recommend you reserve a seat. A £10 charge is payable on the evening. We are only able to accept cash or cheque. Please go to our website for booking details: www.horshamphotographicsociety.co.uk or contact Anne on 01403 891126..
Steve B
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Re: External speakers at other clubs

Postby Steve B » Wed 24 Apr 2019, 20:53

Cheam Camera Club Meeting - Wednesday 8th May 2019 - 19:45 for 20:00 start.

I am pleased to welcome Paul Sanders to Cheam, to present his talk "Solice - A mindful approach to Photography"

Recently his work has been recognised by Fujifilm, who inaugurated him into their exclusive X Series photographers . In addition to this honour he has been awarded Gold medals by the SWPP for his fine art and black and white images.

Extract from Paul’s website:

Landscape photography started as a form of therapy for me, as I struggled to cope with the pressure and stress of my previous job as Picture Editor of The Times. Looking at nearly 20,000 images everyday and the associated responsibilities left me suffering with stress, depression, insomnia and anxiety. Through my photography, I was able to express myself where words failed me. The result is that my emotions are plainly visible in every photograph I take, some are calm, almost meditative and others filled with emotions.

Of all the images I create, long exposures are my favourite. Leaving the shutter open for 5 - 45 minutes to allow the light and elements to move gives an ethereal quality that has a painterly feel to the images.

I don't rely on Photoshop trickery or digital editing to create my images; they are all made in camera with only minimal adjustments - colour balance, exposure and contrast. If I have to spend more than five minutes sitting behind my computer editing, I get bored. I'd rather be creating images in the fresh air than hunched over my Mac.

Guests may attend for £5 payable on the evening to the Treasurer, Colin.

www.paulsanders.biz

www.cheamcameraclub.co.uk/location
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Re: External speakers at other clubs

Postby Steve B » Tue 30 Apr 2019, 19:35

Graham Sergeant FRPS will visit Carshalton Camera Club on 13th May 2019

to present a selection of his audio visuals including the moving Beeswing, which tells the story of Lisa, a young woman from Brighton. This AV won the RPS National AV award. Graham has also won the prestigious gold medal Trophee de Paris, the Grand Prix from the Federation Photographique de France – equivalent to our PAGB. Graham is the first Brit to ever win this award.

Graham’s professional background was making documentaries for the BBC, which together with his expertise as a stills photographer, having gained his FRPS, makes him ideally placed to make stunning AVs that will stay in your memory for a long time.

Carshalton Camera Club

May 13th

Guests £5.00 on the door.

Entrance includes refreshments

http://www.carshaltoncameraclub.org.uk/about.html

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Darren Pullman AFIAP CPAGB
Publicity Secretary
Carshalton Camera Club
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Re: External speakers at other clubs

Postby Steve B » Tue 21 May 2019, 17:51

A presentation by Fine Art Wild Life Photographer Tom Way, at Cranleigh Camera Club. Thursday 23rd May.

Tom is an Award winning wildlife photographer, his projects have included Big Cats in in the Masai Mara, & Orangutans in Sumartra, as well as native UK animals.

All Welcome, £5 entrance. At the School Room, Cranleigh Baptist Church, Cranleigh High St.GU6 8RT.
Doors open 7.30 for 8.00pm start.
For more information see our website, http://www.cranleighcameraclub.co.uk.

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