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Want to try your hand at some action Dog Photography?
We are looking to hold a group summer event for just this.
It is open to both dog owning and non-dog owning members.
We intend to hire a local, private, 2-acre field which has been designed and equipped with doggy obstacles to get some memorable, dog pictures.
This will give members the opportunity to practice tracking, continuous focus, appropriate shutter speed etc. particularly for hounds on the move.
Not sure about how best to do this, other member will help you.
Now that the current season has finished and the weather is (supposedly) improving, it is time to get out with our cameras and find some ideas for next season’s competitions.
As promised, here are the themes, with descriptive briefs, for next season:
This post covers two subjects that I have a tenuous link to.
At the final club meeting of 2019, Tuesday 7th May, Eloise Markwick of the Greensand Country Ridge Organisation (GCR) gave a 30 minute presentation entitled “Greensand Country”.
The Greensand Country Ridge is an elongated area just south of Bedford and stretches from Leighton Buzzard to Gamlingay. A map is shown below, click map to open a larger copy
Paul Curtis has news about Wallace Brown, the Bedford professional picture framers.
Paul tells us that Wally has now retired and the business has been taken over by his daughter.
Paul has kindly negotiated with them for a special mount price for Bedford Camera Club members which I am sure will be of interest to you.
Bedford Park, Sunday May 19th 11am to 4pm day.
Summer Event Photo Opportunity
At last year’s Have A Go the BCC had a stall and several club members submitted images from the day. These were gratefully received and used on the Harpur Trust web sites. If you take any this year Cliff has the contact and email address.READ MORE