Due to the current situation with Covid 19, Club Meetings are being held on-line and any changes have been included in the programme below. Print competitions will be DPI till further notice.
|09/09/20||Talk||Dan’s Top Ten Tips – A talk by Daniel Bridge|
|23/9/20||Talk||An evening with Ady Kerry.|
|07/10/20||Competition||Agg. Colour Print and Agg Mono Print – Judge Zoe Garnham-Archer|
|21/10/20||Competition||Agg DPI – Judge Pat Couder CPAGB BPE1|
|04/11/20||Competition||Agg Colour and Agg mono print – Judge Cherry Larcombe|
|11/11/20||Talk||A talk entitled “Up Your Photography” by Phil Savoie. Phil is a wildlife photographer and filmmaker who has worked on Planet Earth. This talk will be shared with Afan Nedd Camera Club in wales.|
|18/11/20||Talk||A talk by Travel and Landscape photographer Julian Elliot|
|25/11/20||Talk||Reality is over-rated by Catherine Knee LRPS|
|09/12/20||Competition||Agg DPI – Judge Kirsty Ralfs|
|6/1/21||Talk||A fun evening with PJN Photography in which they will show various images they have taken themselves, explain how they took them and then ask us to vote on our favourites.|
|13/1/21||Competition||Agg Colour and Agg mono print – Judge Kirsty Ralfs|
|20/1/21||Talk||The World of a Wildlife Photographer by David Boag|
|3/2/21||Talk||The Idle Rich – Sliding into Digital – by Leo Rich|
|10/2/21||Talk||Seeing Opportunity by Erica Oram CPAGB, AFIAP, BPE3*.|
|17/02/21||Talk||Talk by Lee Sutton DPAGB, BPE5*, LRPS, EFIAP.|
|24/02/21||Competition||Agg DPI – Judge Cherry Larcome|
|03/03/21||Talk||Touching the Light by Ken Scott|
|10/03/21||Talk||Talk entitled In and out of My Comfort Zone by Anthony Baines ARPS, AFIAP, CPAGB|
|17/03/21||Competition||Agg Colour and Mono – Judge Zoe Garnham-Archer|
|24/03/21||Talk||Talk by Roger Hance entitled New Images 2020 – Why I Switched.|
|31/03/21||Talk||Getting Creative by Glenys Garnett|
|07/04/21||Talk||Digital Adventure by Colin Harris|
|21/04/21||Talk||Architectural and Street Photography by Ian Howard|
|28/04/21||Competition||Agg DPI – Judge Lee Sutton.|
|05/05/21||Talk||A Kind Of Retrospect by Dave Mason|
|12/05/21||Competition||Annual Portrait and Landscape / Seascape Judge Anthony Baines ARPS, AFIAP, CPAGB|
|26/05/21||Competition||Annual DPI – Judge Duncan Armour|
|02/06/21||Competition||Annual Mono – Judge Lorraine Robins|
|09/06/21||Competition||Annual Colour (DPI) Judge David Kissman|
Hand in date for all competition entries (unless otherwise stated) is the preceding Wednesday. You may submit up to 4 entries. The entries should be numbered 1 to 4 in order of preference. The competition will be restricted if the total number of entries is too great to be judged on one night. All entries must be labelled with your name and must have either a unique title or number. Please refer to Club Notice Board for any new entry conditions.
Please refer to the Digital Guidelines page.
Hand in for the Panel competitions is on the preceding Wednesday. Titles are optional.
In each panel, you may submit a minimum of 3 and up to a maximum of 10 mounted prints. Members are asked to include a clear plan of how to display them. Each image should be labelled with your name.
Each digital panel should be created as a single digital image that conforms to our standard format rules. Each panel is to be presented as 3 separate pictures arranged horizontally on a black background.
Imagination may be applied in the form of a novel photographic technique, an interesting take on a familiar subject or an unfamiliar treatment of a familiar subject.
To install the calendar into Outlook Calendars
- Open the File 2019 calendar on this link – Programme 2020
- Save the Excel file in CSV format to a location of your choice on your PC or mac.
- Open Outlook calendar
- Select File
- Select Open / Export
- Select “Import from another program or file” then “next”
- Select “Comma Separated Values” the “next”
- Browse to find the saved CSV File
- If it is the first import select “Allow duplicates to be created” the “next”
- Select the calendar you are using from the drop down list. Then “next”
- Select the highlighted field starting “Import” so “Finish” is available to select. The mapping will be automatic.
- On selecting finish the information will download
Outlook Instructions with screenshots . Outloook
To install the calendar into Google Calendars
1. Open the File named 2019 Calendar on this link –Programme 2020
2. Save the Excel file to a location you can find
3. Open Google calendar
4. Select the settings Icon in the top right corner
5. Select Settings
6. Select Calendars from under Calendar settings
7. Select “Import Calendar” ( left hand side half way down)
8. Browse to find the saved File
9. Select the correct Calendar to import to
10. Select “Import” to finish
Google Instructions with screenshots . Google