My Top Ten
A few of our members will share with us their choice of their favourite images from the good and the great photographers. Their choice may include one of your photographs!
Tonight is the last of the season competitions when the judging will be done by Peter Paterson. Peter is an award-winning and exhibited photographer. He is also a Past President of the SPF. Have a look at his website, it’s well worth it!
Hand in for Cameron Cup, Midlothian Quaich & Arnold Rhodes Trophy
We look forward to seeing some of our own members’ forays into the world of Audio Visual work. Why not enter something you have produced since out talk last November?
If any Member has any points they wish to bring before the Committee please contact the Secretary prior to this meeting.
The Wide View
Panoramic photography is very diverse. If everyone agrees to say that it’s a photo in a wide format, for some people it’s also a wide field of view, for others a virtual tour. Alastair White from North Berwick joins us to share his thoughts and images tonight.
Midlothian Quaich, Arnold Rhodes Trophy and the Cameron Cup
The first three of the seasons major award competitions. See the Competition Rules for more detail. The judge for tonight is Doug Berndt from Edinburgh. Doug’s main photographic interests lie in Landscapes, Travel and Wildlife. He is also partial to Monochrome images.
Hand in for Annual Cups Competition
Graeme Barclay will share his experiences over the last year experimenting in the art of street photography which involves observing and capturing everyday scenes and people.
James and Hazel Frost lead a day of guidance and advice if you are considering applying for photographic distinctions. Remember the day runs between 10am and 4pm. Bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee provided. (There will be a fee to pay on the day)
“People I Have Shot”
Portraiture in photography is a photograph of a person or group of people (or animals) that captures the personality of the subject by using effective lighting, backdrops, and poses. Neil Spowart from Dunbar joins us to share his ideas in this style of photography