Winter Programme 2021-2022
Jonathan Vaines from Cambridge camera club will judge our George Dellar DPI competition of local images and our Presidents Cup DPI competition on the theme of Power.
Bob Brind Surch has developed this talk specifically to share his experience and try to dispel some of the myths and confusion that often surrounds this fascinating and rewarding subject.
For full details of Bob's talk see The art of wildlife photography
Visitor Ticket £3.50
Sarah Kelman from Cambridge camera club will judge the 4th of our monthly open competitions. This month will be DPI only due to being online.
Tue01Feb20228:00 pmFree Church
Tue08Feb20228:00 pmFree Church
Tue15Feb20228:00 pmFree Church Online Stream
A miscellany of digital imagery, tips & ideas – we will explore the basics and how to get the best out of your camera – before looking at the fine line amid reality, invention and trickery in photography with the advances made in Digital Imaging and Post Production software.
Tue22Feb20228:00 pmFree Church
Tue01Mar20228:00 pmFree Church
Concentrating on the British coastline, this talk shows how photography is used to record changes in our environment, to depict humour, enjoy natural history or create art for the walls etc. The images show a wide variety of different camera techniques and lenses and how different processing and printing techniques can transform images. Above all, it suggests good locations that anyone can visit and enjoy.
Tue08Mar20228:00 pmFree Church
Club member Malcolm and his wife Leigh aren't ones for chasing the sun and their travels have therefore taken them to cooler climes. Tonight their images will compare and contrast the wildlife and landscape to be found in the regions beyond the 50th parallels north and south, including the Antarctic, Arctic and other areas.
Tue15Mar20228:00 pmFree Church
Peter took up photography seriously in 2006 following 18 years of competitive athletics and coaching. His first efforts were directed at the sports events he was familiar with, and he gradually extended these to other sports including canoe slalom, jetski racing and various para sports.
Peter is on personal terms with many of the athletes, and provides photographs to help them improve their technique. His aim is to capture those special moments during the highs and lows of sport and the efforts and emotions shown in achieving a world class performance.
He is often granted media accreditation to major events which allow him to capture Images of world class athletes from the best vantage points.
Tue22Mar20228:00 pmFree Church
St Ives member Tom Lane worked in aviation and therefore spent a lot of time in “the big tin can at the top of the world”. He has also been passionate about photography since the mid-sixties and first started using Leica cameras in 1969. This talk covers his many trips to Yosemite National Park both from the ground and the air. You will find more information from his blogs here: https://www.macfilos.com/2019/11/22/camera-in-the-sky/ and https://www.macfilos.com/2020/01/24/yosemite-from-the-comfort-of-ground-level/.
Tue29Mar20228:00 pmFree Church
Tue05Apr20228:00 pmFree Church Live Stream
Mike Martin will remotely present a mixed subject talk "It's not what you see, it's what you make" showcasing some of his non-portrait photography, step by step walk through making of some of his creative images using a live Photoshop demo, or sharing some of my creative projects during lockdown (as featured in the PAGB eNews for May 2020).
Tue12Apr20228:00 pmFree Church
Tue19Apr20228:00 pmFree Church
Tue26Apr20228:00 pmFree Church