For the remainder of the 2021-22 season Worcestershire Camera Club will continue to run its programme remotely via Zoom starting at 19:00, unless otherwise stated.
Members will receive emails with details of these meetings.
In case of difficulties accessing online meetings, please contact the Zoom Hosts (Eric Williams or Alan Yeates)


For the remainder of the 2021-22 season Worcestershire Camera Club will continue to run its programme remotely via Zoom starting at 19:00, unless otherwise stated.
Members will receive emails with details of these meetings.
In case of difficulties accessing online meetings, please contact the Zoom Hosts (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


February 2022

 

Tuesday 1st  CLAIR CARTER -"The Camera Lies"

The most frequently asked question I am asked is..."do you manipulate your images?". I know people want to know if I have used Photoshop. The answer is I have to process my RAW images but don't believe I manipulate them. I do however use in-camera techniques to change reality. I believe this makes photography a creative process. This talks illustrates my thoughts.


Thursday 3rd Contemporary Group Meeting (Meeting hosts Clive Haynes and Tessa Mills)


Hand in for 6th PDI Competition ends


Tuesday 8th  Image Assessment Evening

Clive Haynes FRPS & team.

This is a great opportunity to put your work forward for assessment by 4 of the club’s experienced photographers. They will offer constructive and helpful advice in a non-judgemental way. Pictures not intended for competitive purposes are welcomed, including experimental work or photos taken for the sheer joy of the moment. Your entries can be submitted via PhotoEntry.


Thursday 10th  Photography Development Group  (Meeting host Duncan Locke) 


Hand in for Nature Competition Starts


Tuesday 15th 6th PDI Competition - Judge: David Lowe ARPS DPAGB

Competition Theme: Negative Space

Join us to see our third themed PDI competition of the season


Thursday 17th Digital Imaging Group (Meeting host Martin Addison) 


Tuesday 22nd  RIC HARDING -"Out in the cold"

This talk features photographs taken on trips to Svalbard (Arctic Circle landscapes and wildlife, particularly polar bears), Yellowstone National Park in winter (landscapes and wildlife), Iceland (mainly landscapes). The latter images are set to music. There is also a short section of spectacular Aurora Borealis photographs taken during a trip to the Lofoten Islands, again set to music.


Thursday 24th Audio Visual Group  (Meeting host Colin Nash)


Hand in for Audio Visual Competition Starts