Bill will be returning to give a further talk. This should be a good night.
Light is Everything - pdi talk which starts off looking at the work of Belgian pictorialist Leonard Missonne who said “Light glorifies everything. It transforms and ennobles the most commonplace and ordinary subjects. The object is nothing; light is everything.” We then go on to look at many different kinds of light and hopefully see there is no such thing as ‘bad light’. This talk is designed to make relative beginners in photography think about the ways light can be used to enhance their photographs and introduce some mood be it restful or dramatic.
Ian will be detailing his approach to Long Exposure Photography, including some processing techniques. This is not my only way of genre, and he will also be including and outlining his approach to other work. Ian is a member of Derby City PC.
I have achieved National and International recognition with two commendations and published twice in the ‘Landscape Photographer Of The Year’ books. I have also had three commendations and published twice in the ‘Scottish Landscape Photographer Of The Year’ books. I have also been published in the first ‘Outdoor Photographer Of The Year’ book, and been published frequently in their magazine. Internationally I have gained Honourable mentions in the IPA awards and also The Black & White Spider awards.
Members are invited to contribute their work or presentations for this night. It is hoped that some members will have created AV presentations following Tony’s session in early November but many other subjects are positively welcomed. Please let Paul or Simon know on what subjects you would like to present by Tuesday 27th November.
We have three members kindly come forward with presentations, but we are still looking for more members to make their contributions to the night. These are held so that members can present their work to all of us, or ask questions or discuss burning items for them. If any of you have something you would particularly like input on, then please ask the question to the Paul or Simon in the same way, and we will try to find someone who will talk on this for everyone. Please contribute.