Rod Bird gave a great presentation with his talk ‘What photos mean’ The presentation Included showing Images to draw out the meaning and perhaps the reason why the photography may have taken the Image.
He also Invited the members to debate on a number of occasions what the photography may have seen before taking the photograph.
The topic, exploring the psychology and emotion of creating Images, gave a very thought provoking presentation, which made a very enjoyable evening.
Last night we held a print competition ‘open’ and set subject ‘History’. Once again a good response to entries with 37 in the open and 35 in the History competition, overall 72 print Images. The competitions were competently judged by Michael Lurie who is also member of Pinner Camera Club.
A good high standard of entries were displayed, a
complimentary comment made by the judge whilst making the difficult decisions
on finding the ultimate high scoring Images.
Congratulations all those who entered, making it such an
Interesting enjoyable evening and to the ultimate winners on the night.
This weeks topic was ‘Photography unplugged’ a charitable event organised between the club and Rickmansworth School photography students involving one of our youngest club members Beth Christie. A competition was organised where Members were requested to submit PDI Images with minimum adjustment as close as ‘straight out of camera’as possible.
To support the project members donated money towards the event to help enable a School photography trip. In return three students (Beth, Jade and Tom) judged the event on the night giving excellent critique on the entries and choosing the ultimate winners.
Congratulations to Richard and Denise on the night for their winning Images.
The successful event raised £100 from our generous members towards the School project.