What’s on Soon

Thursday 11 February

Presentation by Alison Taylor ARPSentitled “Coastal Photography”

It is also hand in for a PDI Competition on the theme of Movement – people/things moving or ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) Mono or Colour.

Usual rules apply and send to Brian (PDI secretary) on or before 11 February.

Friday 12 February 

Chinese New Year – and its the Year of the Ox.

Sunday 14 February

Valentine’s Day 

Wednesday 17 February 

We are in the SLF plate final on 17th February. If anyone wants to watch please let Julie (printsec@bromleycameraclub.org) know and she will forward the Zoom link to you.

Thursday 18 February

PDI Competition on the theme of Movement to be judged by Keith Evans FRPS DPAGB

Thursday 25 February 

Presentation by Chris Upton entitled  “Essential Composition”

It is also hand in for Mono PDI Competition round 2. Usual rules apply and send to Brian (PDI secretary) on or before 25 February.

Sunday 28 February 

Its Pancake Day

Zoom Meetings

Zoom meetings have been pre-booked until further notice at 7:45pm. If you have deleted Greg’s email containing the login codes I can let you have them. For security reasons I don’t want to add them to this Newsletter.

Minutes of AGM 7th January by Zoom.

Please find these attached.

The Photography Show/The Video Show – 6 and 7 March 2021

There’s something for everyone at their Spring Shoots virtual event – whether you’re just starting out in the world of photography and video or you’re a seasoned pro. Most of their gurus will host Q&As throughout their presentations, so you’ll have an opportunity to ask them for their expertise. More info at photography show.com

Spring Flower Competition

While out on your daily allowance of exercise, why not stop for a short, socially distanced moment to take a photo of some spring flowers?

The Chelsea Physic Garden is running a competition looking for photographs of spring flowers from wherever you are. Your photograph must contain at least one spring bloom but otherwise, let your creativity run wild.

While they will be happy with photographs of the usual suspects (snowdrops, daffodils and hellebores), in keeping with their theme of “taking notice” they’re hoping to see what other blooms you can find at this time of year. The early-blooming rose, the hardy asters that battled through the winter or even a dandelion could all be in with a chance of winning.

There are three categories, over 18, under 18 and under 12.

There will be a 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes in each of the categories and one grand prize of a Canon EOS 2000 D Digital SLR camera selected from the winners of each category.

The competition will run from 22 January until 11.59 pm on 31 March.

Full details are here.

PAGB e-News No. 276 extra

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