Our Annual Exhibition is coming around again. So, it’s time to sort out your images, one photo from the photo assignments back to July 2021 and one of your choice.
The image details for the Exhibition are size 18×12, which is a 3×2 crop and at 300dpi resolution.
Each image should be titled with your name and add an ‘A’ for the Assignment version.
The aperture in the mount is sized 17.5×11.5, allowing the print to be taped to the mount without it falling through, so make sure there are no essential details in your image is outside this size.
Photos should be uploaded to:
Whilst we are all keeping apart and meetings are suspended, it seems the photographer in us all still wants to take and share assignments.
So I have set up a shared Google Drive for you to post your assignment images. I will add these to the usual gallery on the website as I receive them.
rename the files before you upload them with your name and the assignment title.
The link is distressingly long, but a single click will get you there:
Once there, you should be able to drag and drop your photo files. I’m not sure how well this will work from a mobile or tablet. Suck it and see.
It’s the time of the year to make lists, and Flickr is no exception.
Mother Nature by Lizzy Gadd
Here’s a technique you may not have come across before. The subject is chosen to fill only part of the image frame with the other part dark. Then the camera is rotated and a second image fills the missing portion – all in one long exposure with judicious use of the lens cap.
Downside Up by Tim Gamble
All details on their
“Allied Westminster want this competition to celebrate village life and the vital role that village halls play in our communities. They want to champion the roles that these venue play in bringing all our communities together.
The Judges will be looking for photos that encapsulate that sense of village community and not just a pretty village image. So please get those camera out and start snapping the perfect picture for your community.”
The Royal Meteorological Society has announced the winners of their
Weather Photographer of the Year 2019.
Above My Expectations by Gareth Mon Jones
There are some rather splendid photographs.
Summer 2019 Audubon Photography Awards has some rather splendid bird photography.
Red-winged Blackbird. Photo: Kathrin Swoboda/Audubon Photography Awards
Please bring along your 2 exhibition photos to the August Meeting.
One must be chosen from your assignment images for the last year. One must be any other image you have taken in the last year.
Images should be 16×12 inches at 300dpi. Note that this is 4:3 ratio, so a standard image will need to be cropped.
Photo details: title, camera, shutter speed, aperture, ISO and focal length should be emailed to Fred at email@example.com.