What’s on at the Club tomorrow
Tomorrow is a talk Phase One – Medium Format and RAW Processing.
Next week (3 May) is the Summer Project Briefing
Camera Club Coach Outing to Brighton – Saturday 28 April
If you haven’t already done so can those of you going on the outing please let Steve Jones have the balance of the money (£20 per person) tomorrow. We will be meeting at the latest by 8:45am at St. Marks Place, Masons Hill (which is a side turning 200m south of Bromley South Station).
Proposed Camera Club Outing – Salute the 40s Festival at Chatham Docks – 15 or 16 September
Camera Club outing to shoot these impressive wartime vintage displays. Widely held as the best vintage festival in the country Chatham Docks Salute the 40s festival provides photographic opportunities to shoot street parties, re-enactments, street photography, portraiture, candid moments, wartime equipment, dances, parades, automotive, militaria, urban landscape – every photographic opportunity imaginable! Do check out the YouTube links on the website to get a feel for this fantastic forties festival!
|Salute to the 40s – Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust
Take part in our 1940’s family vintage festival at The Historic Dockyard Chatham, and be transport back in time, for a weekend of vintage delight..
Taking place on 15 and 16 September there is a sign up sheet at the club on the notice board or you can email Jeff/Matt to reserve a place or find out more – please also indicate which day would be better the Saturday or Sunday or no preference. Deposit will be £1 and final balance due on the day of £14.50 (£13.50 concessions).
Would those of you who won cups or plaques at 2017 Annual Exhibition please bring them into the Club, the cups all nicely polished and shiny please. If you received a box for your cup please bring the cup in the box.
If you have unwanted bottles of booze or other gifts please donate them as raffle prizes for the Awards Evening on Thursday 17 May.
To Steve Jones whose panel on Auschwitz was judged the winning panel by Paul Adams. Steve’s other panel was the runner-up.
Whats on this weekend and soon
Vaisakhi Festival – Trafalgar Square – Saturday 28 April
Celebrate the Sikh festival of Vaisakhi, as Trafalgar Square is filled with music and live performances. Try some traditional food from the stalls in the square, and get involved in family activities and fun workshops (turban-tying included).
Elsbeth Juda: Grit and Glamour on now and until 1 July at Jewish Museum, Raymond Burton House,129-131 Albert Street NW1 7NB – Free
Elsbeth Juda was a Jewish émigré who brought a new modernist artistic vision to Britain from Germany. Although a trailblazing female photographer, Juda’s artistic contribution is largely unrecognised today.
This exhibition showcases a selection of her output for The Ambassador magazine, featuring glamorous commercial shots and portraits of some of the best know faces in British art and design. Subjects range from Britain’s first supermodel and the Sadler’s Wells Ballet to the likes of Winston Churchill and Henry Moore.
We now have some more details. There will be a cremation at Beckenham Crematorium at 12:30pm on Wednesday 9 May then afterwards a ceremony for him at Orpington Methodist Church at 14:15pm.
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