Movement and Texture
Despite these difficult times happening in the world, it’s great that our camera club is still flourishing and adapting as best we can to the new normality.
Communication is so Important in all our lives and we continually try to embrace this principle in our activities, through our weekly online meetings, with its varied programme.
We have also Increased our recent external activities, with club members organising small group gatherings within Government guidelines. David Eckland has recently organised a London photography walk and Gordon Calder a painting with light Workshop in his home studio, all of which has been very welcomed by club members. In addition Ant (Anthony Highet) has continued to successfully run his model portraiture sessions.
The club has also enhanced its ‘what’s app’ group and is encouraging further communications between weekly meetings to keep in touch. All of this helps us combat these uncertain times and is there for all club members to enjoy.
Last week was our 2nd PDI league competition with 2 set subjects ‘Movement’ and ‘Textures’. A tremendous response of entries with 78 in total. The judge for the evening was Alan Taberer who had the difficult task of sorting the excellent Images and ultimately choosing the higher scoring Images.
There were some great Interpretations of both set subjects, the higher scorers are featured in the clubs website gallery. Thank you to all that entered the competition, giving us all a very enjoyable evening.