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Jun
17
Thu
Speaker – Peter Bartlett ARPS EFIAP/b CPAGB BPE3*
Jun 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Peter Bartlett ARPS EFIAP/b CPAGB BPE3* is from Holmfirth will present his talk entitled “The Way We Were” about street photography.

This presentation will take place over Zoom.

Please contact johumberstone@msn.com if you would like a Zoom invitation to this event.

You can find out more here:-  https://www.peterbartlettimages.co.uk/section876640.html

Peter Bartlett ARPS, EFIAP/b, CPAGB, BPE3*
is now offering a Zoom based talk for Camera
Clubs entitled  The Way We were.
Peter has been taking photographs since the
early 1970s. In 2010 he was awarded a
Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society
(LRPS) and from 2010 to 2015, he exhibited
images in exhibitions throughout the world.
Around 10 years ago he decided to focus on
street and urban photography. This led to a
project photographing Manchester’s Northern
Quarter and to the award of an Associateship
of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS) in
2018.
The Way We Were covers the evolution of
Peter’s street photography from single images
to themed projects including his successful ARPS
panel and a number of book projects including
his recent photobook A Day At The Races.

Jun
24
Thu
Zoom Speaker – Paul Stanley
Jun 24 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Paul Stanley presents some of his Travel and Street work

Paul Stanley FIPF EFIAP/g ESFIAP

Paul has been interested in photography since his school days. He is an active member of the Dublin Camera Club for many years and was honoured to be elected President of the club in February 2021. This will coincide with 75th Anniversary of the foundation of the club. In addition, Paul is the Director of the Eddie Chandler Gallery, which is a FIAP Exhibition Centre, which is run by the Dublin Camera Club.

Paul is also a committee member of the Irish Photographic Federation, past president of the Federation and is currently the FIAP Liaison Officer for Ireland.

Paul was part of the group that established the FIAP Photo Academy Online Events in September 2020 and is currently the Director of this FIAP service.

Paul is a keen exhibitor at International Salons and has gained EFIAP/g.

Paul gained his Fellowship of the Irish Photographic Federation with a panel of Travel Photography in 2013.

Paul has presented to clubs throughout Ireland and in the UK and judges extensively in Ireland and internationally.

 

Please contact johumberstone@msn.com if you would like a Zoom invitation to this event.

Jul
1
Thu
Photo Editing Q & A Session
Jul 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Photo Editing Question and Answer Session.

This may lead on to future, more in depth sessions, tackling set subjects.

Questions need to be submitted in advance to johumberstone@msn.com please.

Session leader(s) to be confirmed closer to the date.

 

This date was provisionally scheduled as our home round of the LPA Battles.

We were due to be pitched against Lincoln and Axholme, however, this has been cancelled this year.

 

Jul
8
Thu
Outshoot Plus Hand-in date for Nature Print Competition
Jul 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Hand-in date for our first point scoring print competition of the season.

Watch out for updates relating to this topic.

As this is a scheduled Outshoot, prints will be accepted next week ONLY IF the titles and authors are emailed to johumberstone@msn.com by today

Jul
15
Thu
Speaker – Steve Lightfoot
Jul 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Something a little different for you this evening – Steve Lightfoot has done a lot of research on the history of photography and some detective work tracking down the people in a Victorian family he found in a charity shop.        Although he has not spoken to clubs before we hope members will find what he does interesting.

Find out more here:-  https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/heritage-and-retro/heritage/how-chance-discovery-old-picture-album-sparked-leeds-mans-fascination-victorian-photography-3029477

 

Victorian Photography – the photographers, the studios and the sitters.

Dramatic changes took place in the way photography was used in the 19th century. Steve Lightfoot looks at some of the major developments that took place and how studios adapted in order to satisfy the requirements of the ordinary working family. He traces the history of some of the leading studios and reflects on the most interesting, amusing, and tragic stories.

Jul
22
Thu
Nature Print Competition Judging
Jul 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The first of three point-scoring print competitions

Nature – check back for more details on the subject matter.

It is hoped this will be a print competition, unless we are thwarted by the dreaded Covid, in which case we may need to revert to PDI.

Judge to be confirmed