Adrian Stone, the judge for the Architects Trophy Competition this week mentioned that he is part of the team for the touring exhibitions arranged by The Photographic Angle organisation.
Please see details from Dan Evans of an exhibition of his work taking place at the Bunyan Basement from now until 4th August.
North Beds Arts (NBA) have invited me to take part in their exhibition at the Basement @ Bunyan Community Arts Centre in Bedford from Tues 24th July Sat 4thAug
I will be exhibiting framed landscape and flower limited edition photographic prints, including some local scenes – my prints will be beautifully framed and available for sale with a signed certificate of authenticity.
I will also be giving a short talk at the same venue on Thurs 27th at 6pm – topic: ‘an introduction to Colour, Composition and Light in Photography’ – the talk is free to public, following the talk is a private viewing for NBA members only
full details are here http://danevansphotography.co.uk/landscapes-nature/nba-exhibition/
I hope this is of interest to you.
Dan Evans Photography
phone (UK): 01234 241976
Pole to Pole
Wildlife photographer, Ursula Clare Franklin brings her stunning photographs to St Paul’s, Bedford for 3 days only, 22-24 June 2018.
Ursula loves focusing on the detail that the naked eye often misses, for example the hairs on the legs of insects and the stamens of flowers.
Since early childhood Ursula has spent time in the countryside, developing a real love of nature.
Ursula lives in the Quantcocks from where she often heads for the Exmoor National Park, a photographer’s paradise with its red deer, ponies and birdlife.
She also loves taking photographs further afield and has travelled from the Arctic to Antarctica with many places in between hence the exhibition title ‘Pole to Pole’.
Come along and see Ursula’s wonderful nature photography for yourself.
Open Daily Friday 22-Saturday 23, 10-4, Sunday 24 June, 2-4
Admission £1 (children under 16 FREE)
St Paul’s church, St Paul’s Sq, MK40 1SQ
Supper with Music Friday 22nd June 7 for 7.30 pm
Come and hear Ursula talk about her work at St Paul’s church, listen to Cantamus Chamber (3) choir sing, eat a delicious supper AND see the exhibition all for only £25.00 (pre booked).
A few tickets still available, Tel 01234 340163
In aid of St Paul’s church and Bedford Hospitals Charity.
Ursula was a chorister at St Paul’s Bedford whilst her late husband Ralph Franklin was its organist.
All images are for sale and commissions taken for different sizes and canvases.
There is also an extensive range of greetings cards for sale and a 2019 ‘Pole to Pole’ calendar of some of Ursula’s favourite images from her recent travels.
From Ian Wilson via Jonathan…
This year’s RPS Regional Exhibition is now on show at The Apex Art Gallery, Charter Square, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3FD. The gallery is open from 10:00 to 17:00 (Monday to Saturday) and 10:00 to 16:00 (Sunday). The exhibition runs until Sunday 4th June, and entry is FREE. All Regional members, along with family and friends, are warmly invited to the Private View on Friday 12th May from 18:00 to 20:00, and I look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible. Please RSVP to Moira Ellice ARPS (moira.ellice2011@btinternet. com) by Wednesday 10th May if you would like to come.
International Salons are “top-drawer” exhibitions open to any one to make a submission. There is usually an entry fee and most salons specialise in one or more specific genres, e.g. prints, PDIs, nature, mono etc. Entering into a salon is worth the effort and getting accepted is certainly something to boast about as it shows your images are now being accepted at the higher levels of photography.
Richard Burns has kindly drawn our attention to the forthcoming Bristol International Salon of Photography is open for entries.
A great way to spend a few minutes, a selection of the winning images from the 2016 Siena International Photo Awards
But wait, there’s more inspirational images from their galleries here…
Yesterday’s post had a rather strange cryptic note at the top, starting “(A 2013 investigative documentary broadcast”
It was originally under Robert Capa’s iconic photograph “Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death” but the photo didn’t get included when the post was automatically converted into the 7pm mail shot.
Most of you will, by now, realise that you can click the link near the bottom of a post (in yesterday’s post it read “The post Shooting With Light appeared first on Bedford Camera Club“) to read the correctly formatted post.
So, to see the picture and post in full please click here: Shooting With Light
(and if that link goes wrong please go to our club home page and click the NEWS link in the menu)
Don’t forget that this Sunday Photofest is taking place at Thorpe Hall Peterborough.
There will be plenty of opportunities to practise your photography skills, see the exhibition and visit trade stalls.
Please contact Linda on email@example.com to let us know that you are going and also if you need a lift or can offer car space.
Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday for an exciting day of photography.
This Sunday, 14th August, sees the staging of Photofest at Thorpe Hall, Peterborough, PE3 6LW.
Photofest is being organised by the PICO camera group at Sue Ryder’s Thorpe Hall. They will have their photographic exhibition and promise several photographic opportunities including model photography, 1940’s recreation, dance groups, Thorpe gardens and more so don’t forget your camera. Free parking, £2 entrance for charity.
See the Photofest Facebook page for more details.
This looks interesting. Lots to photograph, £2 entrance charge (remarkably cheap, I wonder if there are any extras?) and 40 minutes drive away
More info here https://www.facebook.com/events/1231310293569887/