Photography

Thanks to Tony Treglown for the above photo

Co-ordinator:  Tony Treglown – 01799 516 707 – tregact@gmail.com

The group generally meets on the second Monday of each month from 2.30 to 4.30pm at the Bowls Club in Abbey Road , Saffron Walden. There is a small charge each term to cover the cost of hiring our venue.

The Photography Group held its first meeting of the academic year on 8th October 2018.

It was well attended and included seven new members, who all made a positive contribution to the session. After the initial welcome and introductions the group members outlined how they wanted to develop their photographic skills.

Participants brought images with them which were discussed and gently appraised by all present.

This was a positive start for this reformed group, which bodes well for the future. There are still a few vacancies available should anyone wish to join.  Just contact Tony Treglown.

An outline for our November meeting on 12th November 2.30 at the Bowls Club:
 
Please bring your camera with you.

   Explore Basic Camera Controls
       Short Powerpoint covering basic controls of Aperture, Shutter Speed & ISO  (Tony T)
        Small groups to explore these controls in relation to their own cameras with help from members
        Raise questions such as: How does this work?
                                              How can I……………?
                                              What happens if…?  etc. etc.
 
   Images – Set Subject Autumn Colour
        Members to show & discuss three 2018 images
        Change to submission method – please email your images to Tony T by Friday 9th November, please
        If email doesn’t work for you a memory stick on the day will be fine
       
   Plan for 2019
         Dates available – 14th Jan  11th Feb  11th Mar  8th Apr
         Should one of these dates be a location meeting?
         If so, which, where & volunteer to arrange, please
         Spring term content ideas & any other business

 

A selection of recent photos taken by member and shown at our October 2018 meeting:

Click on each photo to enlarge.