Meet at 7pm on the Cathedral Green , Derby for Photography Field Trip to Derby to visit the ” Weeping Window”, poppies at the Silk Mill , Derby with the option to wander around Derby and get some pictures in the older parts of the city. As long as the weather and the light holds, this should be a good night.
Please let Ian know by Email if you are planning to attend, so that we do not leave anyone behind. If you cant reach Ian, contact Paul by replying to this email
Leader Ian Pettit
Velodrome Trip, Derby
We are moving the Derby Veldrome trip into September, to tie in with the start of the club events at the track. Date to be confirmed over the summer holidays.
Located close to Manchester these two locations give an opportunity to see the remains of Industrial Manchester and the new developments based around the old Salford Dock area. We’ll visit Castlefield first to see the canal basin and old mills and warehouses and the move on to Salford Quays staying until duck to get some twilight and evening shots. Around the quays you will find the Lowry, the Imperial War Museum North and Media City, which make outstanding subjects.
Ian Pettit will be coordinating the trip and both he and other members of the society will be there at assist with your images. Please let Ian know if you are planning to attend, so that we don’t miss anyone. The plan is to meet in Castle Square in Melbourne at 10 am and car share where possible.
“How To”, aka “Technical Session” , 8th June 2017
Due to unforeseen circumstances, It will not be possible for me to run the planned session this Thursday night. I have work commitments which mean that I will not be around next Thursday. It is proposed to reschedule the planned session to the 22nd June , subject to us being able to book the Thomas Cook Memorial Hall. Full details shortly.
The coming years programme of events is now available of the website .
Follow the link to view the programme in a new page. Downloadable PDF version is available.
TRIP TO BE RE PLANNED
Visit the staircase locks at Foxton and also some of the surrounding picturesque villages and towns.
Let Ian Petitt know if you are planning to attend