IN THIS EDITION: TONIGHT AT THE CLUB; COVID-19 ARRANGEMENTS; NEW OUTINGS; BEXLEYHEATH BATTLE ENTRIES; UPCOMING MEETINGS
TONIGHT AT THE CLUB
We will be meeting in person at the USC at 7.45pm this evening to view and vote on the summer projects. As we have not been together for a long time, the committee will provide a few drinks for members in celebration.
It is also hand in for the Summer Star PDI competition. Entries to be submitted to Brian, the PDI secretary (email@example.com) today. Late entries may be disallowed.
PLEASE NOTE: Julie will be bringing in some of the prints she has been holding, although she will be retaining some for inter-Club competitions. So please bring bags or boxes to take yours home in.
To ensure that everyone feels comfortable returning, these are the measures that we will be putting in place:
· Chairs in our room at the USC will be spaced out.
· Hand sanitiser will be provided.
· Doors and windows will be left open for ventilation where practical.
· Mask wearing will be down to personal choice.
Saturday 2nd October: Day trip to Cambridge
Please book your own tickets on the 8:42 train from Kings Cross, which arrives in Cambridge at 9:30. Tickets are currently £18.80 return for an adult if booked via the National Rail website. Your return time is completely up to you – some will be aiming for the 18:20 but feel free to stay later. Please email Charlotte (firstname.lastname@example.org) to confirm your attendance.
Saturday 23rd – Tuesday 26th October: Photography holiday to Dorset
Accommodation is at the Thistle Poole: https://www.thistle.com/poole
£255 per room. Breakfast can be added for £5 per person per day at the hotel so that you only pay for the days you need.
Potential photography opportunities: Poole harbour/Brownsea Island; Kimmeridge Bay/Corfe Castle/Swanage/Dancing Ledge; Durdle Door/Lulworth Cove/Mupe Bay/Man O’War Bay; Knowlton Church/Durweston/Sixpenny Handley Barn
To book your place, please email Charlotte (email@example.com) and she will send bank details – full payment is needed by 30th September. Friends/family are welcome to join us if they are sharing a room with a member.
BEXLEYHEATH BATTLE ENTRIES
Bromley’s annual competition with Bexleyheath takes place at their club on Monday 20th September. The images that have been entered are:
Girl in a Dress by Vera Stevens
Shades of Greta by Clive Williams
Bellowing Stag by Julie Langman
City Lights by Chris Murray
Bude Sunset by Peter Milton
Girl in a Hat by Clive Williams
Gaze by Ioannis Toutoungi
Hot Lips by Chris Murray
Cecil Brewer Staircase by Vera Stevens
Little Owl but Czech Conroy
Blue Squares by Allan Murrell
Godafoss, Iceland by Peter Milton
City Light by Chris Murray
Foot wash Calcutta by Steve Jones
Out of the Blue by Paul Lehane
The Happiest Musician by Charlotte Teager
Black on White by Steve Jones
Mother and Child Reunion by Chris Murray
Seeing Double by Vera Stevens
Flip by Charlotte Teager
Roof, Pori Church, Santorini by Betty Deshmukh
Dolbardon Castle by Peter Milton
Summer Snow (The Joy of Infrared) by Chris Murray
Ghosts of St Paul’s by Steve Jones
Please email Julie (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’d like to attend.
|Thursday 16 September – “Summer Star” PDI competition Images taken over the summer break to be judged by Paul Adams ARPS
|Monday 20 September – Bromley’s annual competition against Bexleyheath. This will be taking place at Bexley, Julie (email@example.com) can let you have details if you would like to attend.
|Thursday 23 September – Annual General Meeting It is also hand in for Colour Print Competition Round 1
|Thursday 30 September – Colour Print Core Competition Round 1 To be judged by Steve Lawrenson, ARPS, APAGB
|Thursday 7 October – Presentation with Joe Houghton entitled “Mono Processing Live” The October 7 presentation will be an interactive evening where Joe Houghton will edit members’ images live during the evening using Lightroom and possibly Silver FX Pro. We therefore need at least 12 members to each send 2 images to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The first image should be an original RAW file and the second should the same image that has been edited and converted to black and white as a final jpeg – this jpeg should ideally be an image that has been entered in a past PDI or print competition, although this isn’t compulsory. Joe will then apply his editing expertise to the original RAW file and compare his results to the members’ final images. It is also hand in for PDI Competition Round 1.