This comprises a talk of approximately one hour about the taking, editing and printing of successful long exposure images. By that I mean anything from 1/4 second to 4 minutes exposure. This should appeal to anyone interested in this growing branch of photography.
The talk is being delivered by Stuart Crump. His work can be seen his website. About the speaker.
Stuart Crump was born in Wolverhampton, West Midlands and went to school in that area. His passion for photography started in his late teens and his subjects were varied but mainly young and female. Many of his photographs were published in the local press as well as in magazines – including a front cover for The Shooting Times & Country Magazine.
Shortly after getting married Stuart moved to Eccleshall near Stafford and most of his photography was confined to shots of his wife and two sons. However they developed an interest in water born holidays, by motor cruiser, and this resulted in many photographs taken on British rivers as well as French canals.
Twently-five years ago a job move, within the computer industry, took Stuart and his family to Nottingham. Stuart was very successful in sales in the industry and this meant that Stuart was able to take ‘early retirement’ and spend more time with his cameras. Since then he has had many successes, including achieving his Licentiateship of The Royal Photographic Society (LRPS) in March 2011 followed by his Associateship (ARPS) in September 2012. He also achieved his Credit award for photographic merit of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (CPAGB) in April 2012 and Distinction (DPAGB) in April 2013. In 2013 he achieved his Artist of the International Federation of Photographic Art (AFIAP) followed by his EFIAP (Excellence FIAP) in 2014.
Quality Nikon and Fuji equipment have been used to produce the work that you see on this website.
Meeting as normal will start at 7:30 pm at Thomas Cook Memorial Hall , Melbourne.