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Barbican - details to be confirmed
Photographs selected for "Re:framed", the Barbican exhibition, are to be delivered to the Barbican for hanging. Details to be sent to entrants.
Instead of our usual first Tuesday meeting, please come to the Private View of the Barbican Exhibition on Wednesday 5th October.
The Foyer of The Barbican Library
No Zoom alternative this evening.
An opportunity to bring friends and family to look at the Society‘s Barbican exhibition "Re:framed".
St Joseph's church hall and Zoom
Understanding the exposure triangle is fundamental to good photography. Tonight we will be refreshing our knowledge of the triangle – ISO, shutter speed and aperture. We will have a brief overview before three members look at each of the sides individually.
Meet at Farringdon station
A walk with our film cameras on an Autumn afternoon, followed by supper for those who wish. Sun sets at 17.47 today and it will be fully dark by 19.00. Autumn colours should be at their best.
St Joseph's Church Hall and on Zoom.
For Zoom details, log in and see vMeetings under Membe
We have all learnt that the task of photograph selection is just as difficult as taking great photographs. A leading photo editor will tell us about her work.
Details to follow on how the Society plans to use Social Media and how members can use it for their own photography if they wish.
St Joseph's Church Hall and on Zoom
Walk itinerary and hostelry to be advised
A social occasion - with a bit of photography!
An opportunity for members to show their best images from the Christmas photo walk
An opportunity for members to process their own and other members' photos and compare the results. A great way to learn new processing approaches.
The team leading the exciting project to create a Society photo book will present their ideas and seek input from the members
We all want to do well in competitions. This evening we will try to get some insight into what judges are looking for - what they award marks for and what they deduct marks for.
Members sharing their experiences of courses run by academic institutions, the RPS, photography companies such as Light & Land, individual photography tutors, etc
An opportunity for members to show their best images from the Summer Walk
Expert members will talk about Focus, Focal Length and Composition