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What’s On

Jan
28
Thu
PDI Competition Via Zoom – Theme “Religion”
Jan 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
This week will see the first of this years’ point scoring competitions. The theme is “Religion” which gives scope for a whole range of images, from still life, to record, creative to abstract, portraiture to pictorial or even nature. We timed this so you can even include your Christmas images.  Entries can be colour or mono, your choice. The judge for this evening will be David Neve.
Feb
4
Thu
Speaker – Mike Martin – Zoom presentation
Feb 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Zoom presentation with Mike Martin  –  “Its Not What You See, Its What You Make”

7pm start, Zoom invitation will be issued close to the date of the presentation.

 

Non GPS members can contact the Hon Sec to request a Zoom Invitation

johumberstone@msn.com

Feb
11
Thu
AV presentations
Feb 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Members are invited to share their A/V presentations.

No competition, no pressure, just plain and simple, sharing presentations.

You can share from your own screen or send to Jo in advance if you prefer.

Feb
18
Thu
Speaker Via Zoom – Tony Davison
Feb 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Tony gives us his presentation – “Those Magnificent Flying Machines” Birds, moths and butterflies.

Welcome

Zoom-in to find out  more

 

Non GPS members can contact the Hon Sec to request a Zoom Invitation

johumberstone@msn.com

Feb
25
Thu
Speaker – Rod Sloane, Sports Photography
Feb 25 @ 7:00 am – 9:45 am

When Rod gives a talk to your Camera Club about the joys of Sports Photography, the talk will include:

● Why Rod chose Sports Photography
● Who is your photography for
● Sports Photography is NOT about the Sport
● Why all photographers should try Sports images
● How Rod got started
● Accreditation, Insurance and Recognition
● Why Instagram is your best friend
● The joy of selling your images
● Why it’s not all about the kit
● Learn from judges, but don’t worry about them
● Lots of images
● Time for Q&A
● Much, much more

Rod is an experienced international speaker/presenter, both in person and remotely. He books speakers for his Camera Club, so is aware of what members like.              Rod is media accredited by British Cycling.

https://www.instagram.com/london.bike.racing/

 

Non GPS members can contact the Hon Sec to request a Zoom Invitation

johumberstone@msn.com

 

Mar
4
Thu
Members Night or Inter Club “Friendly Battle”
Mar 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Either a members night or a “Friendly Inter Club Battle” – to be confirmed closer to the time

Tonight is also the deadline for entries to the “Still Life” PDI competition.

Please note that this competition is not a digital art competition – the images entered should only be as taken, with minimal post production editing.

Entries please via email to johumberstone@msn.com

Latest News

Read the latest news by Grimsby Photographic Society and blog posts by society members.

  • Jan 2021 – Cover Photo of the Month
    Jamie Kent’s photo was chosen by John Nash as our Facebook Cover Photo of the Month!
  • Four Seasons Project
    The four seasons and what they mean to me An ongoing photographic project for 2021 The thinking behind it is simply to get us out and about shooting new images that record […]
  • Dec 2020 – Cover Photo of the Month
    For those of you who follow our Facebook page, you’ll be aware that the cover photo of the month, as chosen by John Nash, was Viv’s photograph taken at Theddlethorpe […]
  • John Thorndike Presentation
  • Competition Themes And Dates
    To enable you all to prepare your images for our point-scoring competitions, below are the hand-in dates, competition dates and themes until May, 2021. In the hope of returning to […]

Join Us

Grimsby Photographic Society usually meets on a Thursday evening at 7.15 pm at The United Reformed Church, Weelsby Road, DN32 0QA. Check our calendar to see what’s happening.

If you are thinking of joining a camera club then we will happily welcome you to join us for our weekly meetings. New visitors can join us for 2 meetings free of charge.

We aim to provide something for everyone, whether you are a keen-to-learn beginner or if you are already an advanced photographer. 

“We are the longest running camera club in Lincolnshire, and one of the oldest within the whole country. It is special being part of a society that is steeped in history.”

  • John Nash, Society President
  • League Table 2021