Portrait Evening

On March 10th Cliff is arranging a portrait evening. This is a fun, practical workshop for everyone.

There will be 2 or more setups with off-camera strobe lights where you can practice photographing the models.

If you would like more information I have put together some notes to explain what happens and how you can get the most out of the experience.

Portrait Shoot Evening Notes (PDF)

Any questions please ask me, Cliff or Jim Boud

Backup Talk Slides

A copy of the relevant slides from the short Backup talk to be given on 28th January 2020 are here…

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HmQizWuErt0WJRUA3YgSRmJuPXMyOgNj

There are links to two backup apps (Macrium Reflect that I use and Easus which I have not used but is recommended by Ask Leo) plus the links for various articles by Ask Leo (he makes good sense.)

This talk was not a comprehensive discussion and only from a Windows 10 home user’s point of view, although a similar approach applies to Apple users.

Ian

 

 

 

 

Capturing Cumbria

If you enjoy landscape/rural photography there is a pleasant, non-technical, 20 minute radio broadcast on BBC iPlayer where Amy Bateman, farmer and photographer, talks about her photographic life.

Amy has won numerous photographic awards including the overall winner of the most recent, prestigious British Life Photography competition. The exhibition has been touring Britain throughout 2019. Amy says she takes about 5-6,000 photographs each week.

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London Regatta Concern

In August we posted a photo op re the London Regatta to be held this coming Sunday. Sara tells us it’s not quite turning out to be as she had anticipated and she doesn’t want any anyone to waste their time.

I have removed the link from our club calendar. If you were intending to go please check it will meet your expectations.

 

 

Garden Photography

Early Morning, Autumn Garden Photography – This Thursday

It is generally acknowledged that the best time for garden photography is at dawn, especially with the rising sun, mists or frosts. Unfortunately we rarely get the opportunity to do this in large private gardens.

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