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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

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.

2017 An Audio Visual Experience

Well it was certainly that. After a few minor windows related teething issuets Graham from the Leicester Forest photographic society recovered skillfully and took us on his”Audio Visual Experience”. The presentation included a selection of his digital audio-visual sequences. Aka Pictures set to music along with a few commentaries and sound effects. A wide selection of subjects to suit most tastes.

You can find out more about Graham on his web site  and see his AV’s

2017 Interactive Critique

Last night we had an open discussion with emphasis in regard to judging and critical image appraisal based on our 3 part process of “Impact”, “Technique” & “Composition”. It was hosted by Andrzej Jablonski and consisted of a review of members submitted PDI images for the themes of “Transport” or “Nature”. Andy gave some quite insight full comments on how well each image met the 3 criteria and also some minor modifications that could be done to improve them.

2017 MCPF Travelling Portfolio

This week was the MCPF Travelling Portfolio which is made up of prints and PDI images selected from the Photofolio Exhibition held in June.  The winning images plus some of the accepted images from this Exhibition go into make up the evening’s entertainment.

You can view the images on the MCPF Website

2017/18 Meet & Greet

Last night saw a very informal first meeting of the 2017/18 due to renovations to the usual room the meeting was held in the main bar and basically consisted of a resume of the AGM and the programme for the new season with a question and answer session as well. You can find the full programme on the website and also in the members handbook which is currently available electronically on the home page. There was a good turn out of past members and it was also good to see some potential new members.
Also for the Interactive Critique evening please email 3 or 4 electronic copies of images that meet the themes of either Transport or Nature to compsec@earlshiltoncameraclub.org.uk

The images need to be sized nominally 1920 x 1080 pixels sRGB Colour space 72dpi

2017/18 Handbook

The new 2017/18 handbook has arrived

 

 

Rule Changes for our Flickr Group

We have decided that you must be a current member of the Earl Shilton Camera Club to have images accepted on our Flickr group.  We apologise to those Flickr users who are not members who have taken the trouble to post in this group, and as a consequence, we have removed non members images from the group.  We hope this will encourage all members to post and ask for comments from our members.  We will have a few moderators to accept images.  We are trying to create a group where the whole membership can participate and enjoy without any pressure but also try and help their photography along the way.

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