See below for the October editions of PAGB newsletters.
Click here for issue 240.
I came across an article on Computational Photography recently and thought some of you might be interested in reading it. The definition used in the paper is- ‘computational imaging techniques enhance or extend the capabilities of digital photography in which the output is an ordinary photograph, but one that could not have been taken by a traditional camera’
The first competition of the season takes place on Tuesday 15th October. The judge is Trevor Rudkin.
This is the first of our Seasonal Points competitions, with an ‘open’ theme. You may enter up to 2 prints and 1 PDI or 1 print and 2 PDIs.
The closing date is fast approaching – entries need to be uploaded to photoentry by midnight next Tuesday, 8th October.
Information on how to submit entries can be found here.
Add your entries and help to make this season’s competitions a success.
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.
The first session of the new season, on 1st October, is fast approaching.
Don’t forget that this is when we have our Summer Events Competition, a reminder of all the photo opportunities we have had over the summer break, a chance to share your images and possibly win the Summer Events trophy.
The closing date for the competition is Tuesday 24th September.
Anyone who has attended a summer event may enter up to six images but please add your images to photoentry in order of preference in case we don’t have time to use them all.
Usual rules for sizing etc apply for entering images. If you need a reminder go onto the website, find the competitions tab then ‘submitting images and prints’. (This competition is PDIs only).
Please remember not to include your name or numbers in your image titles.
The photoentry site is open and ready for your entries – just log in, go to main menu and Summer Events.
We look forward to a good competition on the night so get cracking and enter your best images.
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.
“The Dark Potions workshop is a day not to be missed for anyone that loves shooting creative concept portraits. Our venue for the day is Ravenswood manor house in West Sussex. We’ve got access to the grounds and exclusive use of the Baronial hall where we’ll be shooting images with a creepy, Halloween feel. I’ll be joined by fellow professional photographer Tommy Reynolds and two great models. During the workshop you’ll get to work with both photographers and both models, so you can expect to go home with a great collection of varied images.“
A new photo opportunity suggested by Paul Curtis:-
Kettering Vintage Rally & Steam Fayre
is being held over two days 21-22 September: Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 10am -4pm
Adults £10 Senior Citizens £7
Find it at A14 /J11 & A510 Cranford Kettering Northamptonshire NN14 4AW
Lots of activity to photograph including: Military Commercial & Emergency Vehicles, Steam Engines, Model Steam
100s Vintage Classic Cars, Tractors, Buses, Stationary Engines
Vintage Motorcycles & Cycles