Ant and Rudi had the superb idea of starting a club WhatsApp group. Contact either Ant, George or Louise if you would like to get involved! Group description below:
A knowledge pool for CCC members to share hints and tips,but also a place to ask for help or ideas with existing or up coming projects.
Maybe you need help finding a location? Or struggling with colour management? Maybe you need a steer with editing? Or maybe you want a little bit of feedback on an image?
Perhaps you saw a really helpful video on YouTube and thought others might find it useful? Well here’s the place the ask, share and get the help you need! 😊
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.
Lou kindly shot these behind the scenes images for us
Due to a clash with this year’s Revels, the Summer Portrait Social with Ant has been rescheduled from the 22nd to the 8th June.
The calendar has been updated .
Cat lead a well attended workshop exploring creative Depth of Field effects. In addition to cameras and tripods, the members brought a vast array of fascinating items to photograph, which were arranged into several fine art scenes. Five in total if I recall.
At the end of the evening the hall lights were turned off and a little light painting took place to finish an excellent club night off.
Ant Highet led Louise, Beth, Stuart, Archie & George in a portrait session in Casiobury Park last Saturday with model Ria Fantastic.
Even though I say so myself we were a dedicated bunch as it was absolutely freezing, with an arctic breeze blowing across the park’s open spaces. However the cafe saw brisk business with us making frequent trips back inside to warm-up with a cuppa.
As usual the session finished off with an agreeable lunch in the Coach & Horses on The Green to review the day’s events.
A huge thank-you to Ant for organising & planning the session. Great fun despite the cold.
Ant kindly donated this image from the day for the newsletter & website.