Annual General Meeting and the presentation of Trophies
Mark Banks – Back to Basics Part 2
A welcome return to the club for Mark who will once again answer questions and deal with issues relating to members photography and post processing
Ian Mayor – “Influences and Inspirations”
Club member Ian will briefly explore the work of a small handful of photographers who captured his imagination from boyhood to more modern times.
Results of the Sheep Fair Exhibition
Ben Watson – “From iPhone to Drone”
An enthusiastic smartphone and drone photographer , Ben will give an insight to these two increasingly popular ways to make images – both stills and video.
Results of the competition “My phone shots 2021
Lime Tree Observatory, Grewelthorpe.
We will meet at the Observatory where we will be given a photography talk followed by imaging of the night sky (weather permitting). The observatory was established in 2016 following the recovery of a large telescope and dome from an observatory in Kent. The telescope is a 24inch reflecting telescope with a motor drive which allows observers to keep the desired object in view for long periods of time.
Bob Heywood – “Are You Mad !!”
Bob is a keen traveller, walker and photographer so with such an intriguing title to the talk, we can expect an eclectic mix of images and stories
Results of “Monochrome Autumn” competition
December 7th – Joanne Coates
Joanne is a working class documentary storyteller who uses the medium of photography. Her key themes are Northern culture in rural places and working class life. Joanne is working on a project at the moment in Middlesbrough which will form the basis for her talk, it involves marginalised groups across the town. Joanne is currently the Artist in Residence at Berwick Visual Arts and the Director of the arts organisation “Lens Think”, which aims to meet, share, grow ideas, & develop photography in the North of England
Results of “Here Comes Christmas” competition
Charlotte Graham – “A Day in the Life of a Press Photographer”
Charlotte Graham is a professional photographer based in the north of England. Her unique combination of technical and creative photographic talent combined with a desire to create the very best image possible from any scenario makes her in demand with both international press and businesses alike. Charlotte has a passion for her native Yorkshire and works regularly with businesses across the county to create compelling marketing images that reach out to news editors looking for a photo story, as well as across social media channels, websites and print marketing.
January 18th – “Minimalism”
Canadian artist/photographer, Judy Hancock Holland will takes us through her approach to minimalism in photography, in preparation for the competition that will follow in February. The object of the webinar is to aid us in the creation of striking images that communicate the essence of your subject and the feelings you had when you took the shot.A competition on this subject will follow !!
Les Forrester – “The Art in Architecture”
Back at the club by popular demand, Les will talk about his passion for architecture which, coupled with another of his passion, travel, will result a broad and eclectic mix of architectural styles. Les has a BA in photography and has competed around the world in international competition and achieved numerous awards, one of the highlights being invited to be a member of the prestigious “The London Salon of Photography”
Nic Stover – “Adventures in Californian Nature Photography” + a Review of Members images
Nic will be making his presentation via zoom from the West Coast of the USA. For the first part of the evening Nic will take us on a journey through California’s Central Coast and beyond, including some of the state’s most iconic national parks, coastal wonders, desert landscapes, and more.
In the second half Nic will comment on some members images and suggest some post processing techniques that he uses
Nic is based in San Luis Obispo, California and focuses on landscape photography classes and workshops along with selling custom and limited edition prints for businesses or homes. Nic enjoys showcasing the amazing places that are unique to the Central Coast from sea caves to sand dunes and our dramatic coastal landscapes.
March 1st – TBA
Results of “Minimalism ” competition
Guy Davies – “Double Take 2”
Guy is a Permajet supported lecturer and together with his wife Paula gives talks to camera clubs and other interested societies around the UK. The talks are all print talks with the prints made on Permajet paper and using Permajet ink.
April 5thplaying the badly behaved builder Charlie Stubbs in the UK TV show Coronation Street, a role he played for over 400 episodes and three and a half years, and for which he won numerous awards. He also played the long suffering farmer, James Barton, in Emmerdale, for over 300 episodes, and for which he was also nominated for a number of awards.
April 5th – TBA
Tracy Lund – “Wildlife Photography Part 1”
Tracy is based in Hull and will give her presentation via zoom. Tracey works for a telecommunication company in Hull , but her real passion is wildlife photography and she will travel near and far in pursuit of this. For this talk , Tracy will showcase images from Japan, Finland, Greece, Iceland, the Camargue and the UK as well as stories/experiences encountered along the way.
May 3rd – TBA
Bill Ward – “In Search of………”
Bill is an award winning actor and photographer born and raised in Newcastle. Perhaps best known for playing the badly behaved builder Charlie Stubbs in the UK TV show Coronation Street, a role he played for over 400 episodes and three and a half years, and for which he won numerous awards. He also played the long suffering farmer, James Barton, in Emmerdale, for over 300 episodes.
In this talk Bill will explains a bit about his background, and his acting career, before going on to
discuss the photographs he takes (all 3 are very closely related) and why
he takes them. Bill tells me that he shows “a lot of pictures” !!!
June 7th – TBA
We will have a private evening visit to these spectacular Gardens and sculpture park. Members will be free to explore the area from 7pm – 8:30pm and images from this evening will form the basis for a future competition. No refreshments will be available.