Print competitions will resume in the New Year. Nearly two-thirds of members responding to the survey said they would – or were likely to – submit prints. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey and sent in comments.
You should by now have received an email setting out details of how the competitions will be run in this season’s difficult circumstances, with supplementary guidance on how to enter. We’ll get this material up on the website too.
There will be two rounds of Colour Prints and two rounds of Monochrome prints, with 2 prints per round. The first Print Competition with be Colour Prints Round 1 on January 21st.
So dust off that printer and check your ink levels (or find yourself a commercial print service – either is acceptable)!
- Taken at noon
- A long exposure
- I’ve never tried this before
On 29th October, Paul Graber’s presentation ’Why do we still shoot monochrome’ will include in its second half, Paul processing pictures submitted by our members. Paul asks for you to send him one or two images, ideally RAW files, and ideally pictures that are quite colourful. You’ll need to send your images directly to Paul, no later than 23 October, ideally using WeTransfer (simple and free). Just let me know if you’d like to submit files and I’ll let you have Paul’s contact details.
Paul will deal with as many as he can during the evening.
Our summer out and about activity proved popular and successful and so, COVID and weather permitting, we plan to continue with further events through the autumn months.
See the events page for details of four planned trips we hope to run in October.
Dominic Murtagh firstname.lastname@example.org needs to take ‘bookings’ for these as soon as possible, but will need to cap attendance strictly to 5 plus group leader for each trip. It is important when out and about that we remain COVID compliant and, in particular, follow government guidelines on social distancing.