On Thursday 25th June we welcome back Joe Houghton to our Virtual Club Night at the earlier than usual time of 19:00. Joe will be take images which members have submitted and ‘develop’ them live in Lightroom. It will be a fascinating to see how another photographer processes one’s image and there’s bound to be software tricks to learn too!
An Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) will be held on 5th December 2019. The purpose of the EGM is to allow Club members to vote on a revision to the Constitution which the committee are proposing. A copy of the proposed amended Constitution can be found here.
Our new Syllabus for 2019-2020 which starts on Thursday 12th September 2019 is available on the Syllabus page. This is packed with excellent speakers, instructional talks, entertaining club nights and helpful practical sessions. Hope you like it! Duncan.
The AGM was successfully and rapidly concluded last week and as a result the club has a new committee for the next year, details of which can be found on the committee page. Thanks to all those who attended the AGM and those who have agreed to serve on the committee – I look forward to working with you over the coming year. Duncan (El Presidente).
Congratulations to our recent League 2 winners: Richard Dibley, Maureen Crozier, David Sharman and Gerry Leeper. Details are on the competition results page here.
Our syllabus gets off to a start in 2019 with a talk on ‘Astrophotography for beginners’ by Steven Gray of Cosmos Planetarium on January 10th. The following week we get to hear from fellow club members about ‘My 3 best pictures’ and ‘What’s in my bag’. Roy Robertson, HonFRPS is speaking on the 24th about his travels as ‘A photographer in China’ and will explain about the RPS Licentiateship distinction. Finally we round off the month with our League 2 competition on the 31st, judged by Doug Berndt.
Congratulations to Julie Close for wining the Thackery trophy for her triptych of prints on the theme of Food, entitled ‘Carrot and Lemon’, ‘Carrot and Apple’, ‘Carrot and Coriander’, and to Doug Carrie for winning the Creative Digital competition with ‘Provost Fleeing’. Our thanks too to judge Stan Farrow for doing such a great job and providing much thoughtful analysis.
The club now has a Data Protection Policy which sets out how members personal information is handled. You can find a copy here.
For the first Thursday of each month we are reverting to using the back room of the Church Centre, Kinross. Please access by the side door off Piper Row.
For 2018-2109 we have thoroughly revised the wording of the competition rules to make them clearer and more consistent – please take a look here.