June Meeting Stuff

Francis gave us a brief talk about next month’s subject: Reflections and Shadows. You can download the notes if you need a copy.

Also, if you were intrigued or inspired by the iPhoneography on display this month, Colin has pointed out this link to an article in a birders webzine about attaching lenses to your iPhone.

Feast Exhibition

Dear members

This is now an urgent plea to get your exhibition photos in.

Please email them to Stephen on art@mindakart.co.uk

If you have sent your photos in then thank you.

We currently only have 22 photos that have been sent to us. It takes time to print them that is why we need them now and not a few weeks or days before.

If you have not been for a while we would love to see back: our current subject is liquids.

Regards Anita

Improve Your Photography

Thanks to Francis for his presentation about how to Improve your Photography by Using Simple Camera Settings and Techniques. For those who missed the meeting, or anybody who wants an on-screen version of the handouts, the PDF can be downloaded here.

March Meeting

Unfortunately, the Baptist Church remains unavailable for our March meeting. This is upsetting because we have already advertised the meeting as an introductory evening for new members. We are searching for a new venue, and will publicise it here (and at the door of the Baptist’s on Monday) as soon as we find one.

The assignment for April follows the introductory theme: take pictures with basic equipment – compact or phone cameras.

Change of Plans

Unfortunately, the New Members Evening scheduled for February 20th has had to be postponed until March 19th because of building work at the Baptist Church.

We have yet to finalise revised plans for the February meeting. We will probably, of necessity, arrange some kind of Field Trip – possibly involving beer. Watch this site for updates.

Macro Photography

Francis has given me a tutorial on Macro Photography which you can download here. It is a 40MB file, so it could take a few seconds to download depending on your broadband. It is also password protected – but you should have received the password in an email from Chris.