Thursday 13 September thanks goes to David Woods for his presentation on how to get your photographic qualifications.
Thursday 20 Sep. is a practical evening. Bring your digital images that you would like to see processed in Photoshop or Lightroom. Bring a long a laptop if you have one.
Thursday 27 September is our first Digital League Competition Malcolm will need your Digital Images before Sunday 23 September. 2 digital images per member, hand in on a memory stick Thursday 20 September or you can email your entries to me.No Comments.
Interesting meeting on Thursday 21 June with a full house for our Digital Image of the Year competition. Strange things seem to happen so close to the summer solstice.
Well done to all our members for a very competitive competition.
Results of the Digital Image of the Year and Print of the Year listed below.
Next Thursday 28 June will be our last meeting of the season with the results of the OI Glass competition:
After the OI Competition there will be our end of season bash in the club bar.
|Digital Image of the Year||2017 – 2018|
|FIRST||Mark Edwards||The Sullen Seller of News|
|SECOND||Shirley Radden||Girl in a Bowler Hat|
|THIRD||Paul Radden||Garden Spider|
|H/C||Gordon Clarke||Gannet with Nesting Material|
|H/C||David Woods||City View|
|H/C||Heather Clarke||Male Bearded Tit with Nesting Material|
|Comm||Paul Radden||Going on Mission|
|Print of the Year||2017 – 2018|
|First||Paul Radden||Watching You|
|Second||Marilyn Steward||Tree and Tracks|
|Third||Heather Clarke||Flower and Vase|
|H/C||Marilyn Steward||Bubbles over Backstroke|
|H/C||Dave Hobbs||The Look|
|H/C||Paul Radden||Garden Spider|
|Comm||Jo Cleall||Ebb and Flow|
|Comm||Alan Norris||The Life of Bread|
Photo below: Saturday 26 May Adrienne and Malcolm performing at a local Mencap charity event were we raised over £4500.00, well done to you both!
Thursday’s digital assignment “Speed” was an interesting mix of images. A very good critic by Heather Clarke, that I am sure will helped members improve their photographic skills.
Next week 24 May is the Digital assignment “Still Life”.
Thursday 31 May is Hand-In for the Portrait Trophy prints only this season please.No Comments.
Last Thursday 3 May, congratulations to Chelmsford on winning the six clubs competition.
Next Thursday 10 May:
The final result of this season’s Print League. Congratulation to:
Congratulation to Loughton club on winning the joint competition on Thursday 26 April. We also appreciated all their members joining us in the club bar after the competition, great atmosphere.
This Thursday 3 May is a print competition with 6 clubs from Chelmsford, Brentwood, Upminster, Potters Bar, Ware and of course Harlow. To be judged by David Steel from Cambridge.
Thursday 10 May AGM also a presentation by one of our own members Andrew Wallace.
Hand-In prints please for Glass competition.
Hand-In Thursday 10 May, Digital Assignment “Speed”- or email to Malcolm.
Hand-In Thursday 17 May, Digital Assignment “Still Life”- or email to Malcolm.No Comments.
A brilliant number of entries for the Monochrome print competition on Thursday 5 April. Congratulation to the winners.
Wednesday 11 April meeting at Loughton Club for details see their web-site.
Thursday 12 April a Presentation by Peter Warne “Night Photography”.No Comments.
I hope you enjoyed your Easter break and that the rain has not dampened your photography too much, or get caught out with an April-Fool’s joke.
Results for the Bernie Morgan panel competition on Thursday 22 March. Well done:
Well done David on winning the panel trophy and also getting one of your images published in the Photographic Alliance GB Enews with City Scape.
To see David’s City Scape image go to thepagb.co.uk – page 9 or HPS Facebook page.
Next Thursday 5 April is the “Tony Perryman Mono Print Trophy” to be judged by Colin Westgate.
Wednesday 11 April all our members are invited to the Loughton Club for a joint meeting. For directions look at Loughton’s web page.
Thursday 12 April Night Photography by Peter Warne. Also “Hand-In” for the fourth print league.
At the Photography Show in March I bought the software package “Affinity” to replace Photoshop. No monthly subscription just a one off payment that did not break the bank. The software has a few odd things that I need to get to grips with but it is does all the things that I was able to do in Photoshop and more, still learning.No Comments.