A Happy New Year to all our members. And if you are not a member, now is a good time to join, and learn how to get the most out of that new camera you got for xmas., and make new friends in the process.
Our first meeting in 2017, at the Godstone Baptist Church, features a review of our TPS52 group on Flickr, in which a large number of members committed to produce one picture every week of the year. Well, that was 2016 – and we have started a new group for 2017 for which you can sign up here. (N.B. The Join link does not appear to work correctly using the Flickr App on tablet/phone devices, so use a browser to request joining).
We hope the majority of members will participate this year – its an excellent way of keeping photography in your thoughts, and improving your skills along the way. Its also good fun to read the reactions of other members, and see their contributions.
The second round of our projected images competition took place last week, judged by Paul Adams ARPS DPAGB. The full scores are to be found as usual on our Results page, and the top scoring images can be seen here.
This week we held our annual three-way competition with Selsdon and Sevenoaks Camera Clubs. Each year we rotate hosting of the competition, and this year it was our turn, and it was very pleasing to welcome so many visitors from the other clubs to our hall in Godstone.
Three TPS members attended an outing on Sunday 31st October, to the Bluebell Railway for their Giants of Steam gala weekend.
TPS are visiting Brands Hatch on Sunday 13th November, for the BritCar Into the Night Race event. This presents the opportunity to practice your low-light photography skills.
This week we have our annual Natural History competition. Results and Gallery of top scorers now online
Round 1 of our Colour Print Competition took place last night, and the scores have now been published in our Competitions section. In addition, a gallery of the top scoring images can be found here.