Our workshop theme this week was ‘the wonderful world of post processing’ an excellent presentation given by Cat Humphries, with both practical demonstrations and open debates on the various techniques we can use to Improve our Images.
We are very fortunate to have Cat within the club who is proficient in both the use of ‘Lightroom’ and ‘Photoshop’ and an excellent communicator.
Another enjoyable evening of sharing tips and techniques to obtain the best from the chosen software and helping towards ‘successfully fulfilling the artistic intention of our Images’.
Huge thanks to everyone that joined us for our recent studio session, especially the very talented Beth Christie who donned her dance gear and provided us with some terrific images such as the one below. Everyone will agree that Beth did a wonderful job!
And our next studio session has been confirmed for 18th February – . Intro to Studio – Session Five – The Character Study.
Our first trophy competitions of the season were held at the club. ‘Nature’ and ‘Triptych’ were the themes for the challenge. Another great response of entries from our talented members with a total of 76 Images for judging, it was a very challenging night for the visiting Judge Alan Taberer. The standard was very high with some well thought out compositions for the ‘Triptych’ and some further wonderful Images presented in the ‘Nature’ section.
Congratulations to the winning authors for their successful Images
Alan Rhodes – Nature Gordon Calder – Triptych
Thanks to everyone who entered the competitions, making the well attended night really enjoyable.
I’ve added a new League Tables page to the website’s top menu. As requested by the membership I’ve made it password protected. I’ll ask Cat to send an email with the details.
To set expectations, this is just a screen grab of the scores spreadsheet, so it’s not particularly clear. Will think of a better presentation going forward, but wanted to get this out now as people have been asking for it!
This week we hosted the 2nd round of the Rosebowl competition. Other competing teams visiting were Buckingham, Woodley and Witney along with our own representation of Images. There were a total of 60 Images shown for judge Peter Prosser to critique and score.
It was great to have such an array of really good Images shown and to appreciate the levels being achieved at other clubs. There were some really creative and well thought out Photography shown.
It was a high standard and understandably the scoring was very close, with most of the Images having already scored 19 or 20 in their own club competitions.
Our congratulations go to the ultimate winner on the night ‘Buckingham CC’.