Workshop Evening

On October 3rd we held one of our regular workshop evenings designed to improve the photographic ability of our members in a variety of ways.
On this occasion we held individual workstations for Lightroom (Windows and Mac), Elements, Mount cutting, Camera Handling and Settings, AV creation  and Studio Light set-up and usage.
It was a very well attended evening and there was much positive interaction.
Many thanks to all the members who provided their expertise.

Success at Lutterworth

Success at Lutterworth

After a few years of trying we finally succeeded in winning the Lutterworth President’s Panel competition.
Runners up were last year’s winners Dunchurch

2017 Secretary’s Challenge

2017 Secretary’s Challenge

On October 4th we held our annual Secretary’s Challenge which was an Open Print Competition judged by David Grounds LRPS.
Winner was “Pingvellir Iceland”     by Jules Holbeche-Maund which scored 20 points

Highly commended with 19 points were: “Conflict” by John Smith and “Lu Lu” by Phil Mallin.


Commended with 18 points were: “Antique Restorer” by Peter Lawrance and “Dog Fight” by Gary Wood.


Commended with 17 points were: “Bluebell Wood” by Trish Rudin, “At One With Nature” by Jules Holbeche-Maund”, “Just Looking” by Rob Jones and “Harvest Mouse” by Ian Waite

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Exhibition 2017

Exhibition 2017

On Wednesday September 25th the club held it’s meeting at the Atkins Building where we are currently displaying our annual exhibition. We were able to feature a pop-up studio with our own lights and backdrops and employed the services of Sophie, a professional model that people were queuing up to photograph!
We had a good number of visitors who enjoyed the chance to meet members and talk about the club and it’s activities.

Studio Photoshoot

Studio Photoshoot

On Tuesday a select band of members used the Club’s new studio backgrounds and lights to have a practice shoot with a professional model. Instruction was provided by Jules Holbeche-Maund, lighting inspiration and technical by Phil Mallin. Thanks also to Dave Crowson who organised the model. A very enjoyable and educational evening.