In light of the continuing Covid-19 situation, all our club nights continue to be run via Zoom. This is the same format as we successfully ran last season. Members receive an email invitation to each meeting which contains the necessary joining information together with a link to the Zoom meeting.
You do not have to be a member to attend our events. If you are not a member you are welcome to sign up to any talk via Eventbrite. As a guest we ask you to make a small contribution of £3 towards our costs. Soon you will be able to buy your tickets for each event directly from this page. Find the event you want and use the box underneath it.
Tuesday 4 January
Roger Geldard – Japan’s Winter WildLife– cancelled
Roger Geldard talks about Japan’s Winter Wildlife, his experiences whilst he was there and the techniques and equipment that he used. The images and three short video presentations he shows are mainly of the wildlife with a few landscapes.
Tonight is the closing date for submission of images for the Monochrome competition
Tuesday 04 January- change to original programme
Pauline Martindale – Vancouver to Niagara
Pauline enjoys all aspects of Photography, particularly landscape. Although she enjoys nature photography she is not in any way an expert, a bit like Bill Oddie, she says, when a brown bird is a little brown jobbie.
Pauline has been a judge with the East Anglian Federation for many many years, and loves visiting clubs because she sees so many lovely images. Having said she enjoys landscapes, she believes she had a very open mind regards other styles of photography, including altered reality – ie images that have been digitally manipulated.
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TUESDAY 11 JANUARY
Images from the 2021 PAGB Inter-federation Digital and GB Cup Competitions. High scoring images set to music, including the GB Cup for Nature.
Tuesday 18 January
Competition – Monochrome
Tuesday 25 January
Sheila Haycox – selection of AVs
Sheila Haycox ARPS MPAGB/AV, EFIAP is retired and thoroughly enjoying this status.
She has several interests which include gardening, reading, cooking; but her main hobby is photography. Sheila’s interest in photography started in the late 60’s when her husband gave her a camera, mainly for use to take holiday snaps and pictures of the family as they grow up. However in 1986 she took photography up more seriously and since then there has been no looking back.
Sheila will share with us a selection of her very varied AV presentations.
Tonight is the closing date for submission of images for the Open 3 competition
Tuesday 1 February
Sally Sallett – Abacaxi Adventure, Narrow Boat Journey
Sally Sallett ARPS CPAGB AFIAP BPE3 is a photography enthusiast with eclectic tastes.
This evening we join her on a three week cruise from Lichfield back home to Wakefield, via Manchester, on board the family’s 50 ft narrowboat Abacaxi.
Tuesday 8 February
Competition – Open 3
Tuesday 15 Febuary
Rosemary Wilman – The Way I See It
In 2011 Rosemary completed two years as President of The Royal Photographic Society and now enjoys more time for her own photography. A member of both Epsom Camera Club and Molesey Photographic Club Rosemary also enters exhibitions, lectures and judges.
Rosemary’s photographic interests are diverse and include travel, landscape, natural history and ‘whatever takes my eye’. Most creative aspects of her work are in camera with the computer used to control image quality.
Tonight is the closing date for submission of images for the People competition
Tuesday 22 Febuary
Ruth Grindrod – Colours, Tones and Textures in Landscape Photography
Ruth is a landscape photographer currently living in Norfolk, East Anglia. Her work takes her to a variety of locations but her real passion is for coastal photography. She started taking photographs many years ago but work intruded upon this. In those days she shot film and processed mono images. Now she shoots digitally and processes using ACR and Photoshop CC.
“I love being out in the varied landscapes despite the harsh conditions that the weather in the UK and further afield can throw at you. I want to use my camera as a means of exploration but also as a tool to record fine images which detail and reflect the ever-changing landscape. I find the solitude of being in some remote regions both calming and inspiring.” See Ruth’s images on her website.
Tuesday 1 March
Competition – People
Tuesday 8 March
David Keep – Underwater Photography 1
Last season David gave us his talk on Sport photography which was well received so we have invited him back for his talk on underwater photography.
This talk covers various aspects of his underwater photography, from working with models in the swimming pool to photographing the magnificent creatures that swim in the oceans around our world.
Tonight is the closing date for submission of images for the President’s Theme competition
Tuesday 15 March
Pat Couder & Ian Brash – The Pat, Ian and Mike Show
A collection of images taken as part of monthly challenges on set themes, and only shot indoors. The ‘before and after’ images will be shown and we will explain “how we did it”, with member participation along the way. Entertaining and unique.
Tuesday 22 March
Competition – President’s Theme
Tuesday 29 March
Jo Knight – Overcoming Obstacles
A four year journey from complete beginner to Jo’s first photographic distinction, with a few hurdles along the way! Contains over 80 images, including wildlife, portraiture, still life and composite fine art
Tuesday 5 April
Lee Sutton (MPSA, BPE5*, DPAGB, EFIAP, LRPS, ADPS, GPU Cr3, GPU Zeus, Te Amo Wedding Photography)
“My photographic Journey”: which is funny, interesting, takes you on my 9-year journey since I started photography to my MPSA, with lots of mixed images.
Tuesday 12 April
Tuesday 19 April
7pm for 7.30pm at Eaton Golf Club; for further information please contact Peter Maskery.