Internal Club Competition
Round 4 – Theme: Long Exposure
‘Long Exposure Photography’ is a genre of photography that consists of two parts. The first is the deliberate and creative use of an extended shutter speed beyond that which is necessary to obtain a regular ‘correct’ exposure of a scene. The second is where there is such a shortage of available light, that the only way to obtain a correctly exposed image is to use a shutter speed that goes beyond what the photographer can easily take by handholding the camera.
- Judge – Jonathan Vaines AFIAP CPAGB LRPS
- Maximum entry per member – 2x Prints and 1x PDI or 1x Print and 2x PDI’s
- Final entry date 18 February 19
- Counts towards the seasonal points competition
Our club evenings are held at Scott Primary School, Hawk Drive, Bedford MK41 7JA *
Doors officially open at 7pm* although we are usually open at 6.30pm onwards for anyone willing to help set the chairs and tables out.
Lecture evenings start at 7.30pm* but competition evenings may begin earlier at 7.15pm*
We usually close the event by around 9.45pm and always appreciate help stacking the chairs and tables away to be out of the hall by 10pm.
Most evenings have a mid evening tea and biscuit break. A donation of £1 is requested.
Visitors are welcome to most evenings* The normal charge is £3pp*
* unless stated otherwise