What’s on Soon
Thursday 10 December
Presentations by members plus “My Two Favourite Photos of 2020”. As Brian has only received 23 images it will be a short meeting, so could those who haven’t sent anything to Brian please do so. Thanks.
Sunday 13th December – London Walk
Meet at London Bridge station at 10am. The chance to focus on London architecture but also look for images for the About Face competition. If it’s quiet in the city, at least you’ll have other members to use as models! Route to be confirmed but hopefully including Brick Lane, Shoreditch, Barbican – any requests, let Charlotte know!
To meet the Tier 2 rules, we can only have 6 members together at a time but can easily split into more than one group if needed.
Christmas at Kew – you choose the date!
An amazing after-dark light trail. Book your tickets here: https://www.kew.org/kew-gardens/whats-on/christmas The Brentford Gate entrance allows pre-booked parking.
All weekend dates were sold out so, for one time only, you can visit on any day that works for you and the images that you take can still be used towards the Kerri and Steinberger competitions (outings cups). The images can’t be from a previous year though.
Thursday 17 December
Thursday 7 January 2021
Annual General Meeting
Followed by a Members’ Q&A
It is also hand in for a new theme competition entitled “About Face”. This will be a colour PDI comp – portraiture, street, fashion, fine art, etc. anything as long as it contains a face. Same rules as usual. Entries to be submitted to Brian, the PDI secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org) on or before 7 January. Late entries may be disallowed.
Thursday 14 January
“About Face” colour PDI competition to be judged by Ian Brash CPAGB BPE2
Thursday 21 January
Presentation by Dave Mason entitled “After Life”
It is also hand in for Mono PDI Competition Round 1. Entries to be submitted to Brian, the PDI secretary (email@example.com) on or before 21 January. Late entries may be disallowed.
Thursday 28 January
Mono PDI Competition, Round 1 to be judged by Steve Lawrenson
to Julie Langman whose image of “Bellowing Stag” was chosen by the judge to be the winner of the Nature Cup. Czech Conroy’s “Elephant Family” was the runner-up with Peter Milton’s “Bude Sunset” taking third place.
Maggi Hambling’s ‘A Conversation with Oscar Wilde’,featured in last week’s Newsletter can be found spreading gossip on Adelaide Street near Charing Cross station.
John Kember is currently carrying out an anti-clutter exercise.
Below is a list of items that need to go. If anything is useful then John would be happy for it to go and if anyone wishes to contribute something for them then that is fine. Alternatively a donation to the club would suffice.
Epson Super A3+ (13 X 19) Premium Semigloss Photo Paper (10 sheets)
Epson Archival Matte Paper A3 (11.7 X 15.5) Approx 35 sheets
Fotospeed A3 Test Pack (10 sheets)
Velbon PH656Q in a Manfetto case
Epson Stylus Photo 1500W (A3+) with complete set of 6 Epson inks worth £75
Epson perfection V330 Photo
If you are interested in ether of these items please contact John Kember
Zoom meetings have been pre-booked up until Thursday 17 December at 7:45pm. If you have deleted Greg’s email containing the login codes I can let you have them. It is not too late to sign up to join the meetings each week you just need to download an app called Zoom Meetings.You also need to let Greg (firstname.lastname@example.org) have a note of your email address.