Bromley Camera Club Newsletter 24 September 2012
Hand in for Colour Prints Round 1 on Thursday.
PAGB e-news No. 75
Please click on this link to see Issue 75 of e-news from the PAGB.
If you are interested in creative landscape photography and digital imaging workshops there is a 2/3 day workshop to the Lake District in November – details from email@example.com
Photomonth East London
An international photography festival. Radical London is a major theme flowing through Photomonth 2012 with talks at Bishopsgate Institute and exhibitions in Shoreditch and Spitalfields. There are also more than 150 exhibitions in galleries and venues that demonstrate the depth and diversity of contemporary photography. Major events include the Photo-Open at the Rich Mix, the Portfolio Review at the V&A Museum of Childhood, the Photomonth Lecture at the Whitechapel Gallery and the Photofair in Spitalfields Traders Market on 6th and 8th October, where one of our members Vera Stevens has a stall, and it would be great if some of you could support Vera by visiting her stall.
In addition a programme of talks, walks and workshops provides opportunities for everyone to engage with photography. For more information please visit http://2012.photomonth.org.
NCTJ Press Photography Seminar – although this is primarily for training of journalists it may be interesting to hear the speakers.
On Thursday 27 September from 3pm to 5.30pm the NCTJ will be holding a photography seminar at Press Association, 292 Vauxhall Bridge Road, SW1V 1AE with talks from key industry figures including Martin Keene, group picture editor at Press Association, Steve Phillips, picture editor at South Wales Evening Post and Ian Wright, a former photographer with The Sunday Times who now works freelance around the world.
As well as hearing from the speakers, there will also be the chance to learn about the different career options and find out about training opportunities and will include a question and answer session with industry representatives and those involved in training.
For more info go to firstname.lastname@example.org. The seminar is free.