Summer Event Programme

Here are the details of the summer programme for 2013. Enjoy. If you would like to attend or are looking for further details please contact Ian Petit who has masterminded this programme.

Next years full programme, from May 2013 to May 2014 will be published on the website during the coming week.

 Day  Date Speaker or Leader Topic  Programme
Thursday 9th May 2013 Ian Pettit City walk, Derby An evening around the City of Derby taking shots of anything and everything
Tuesday 11th June 2013 Doug Chinnery Macro Photography Techniques A practical session for those interested in Macro Photography led by professional photographer Doug Chinnery.
Doug is a professional outdoor photographer specialising in leading digital and film photography workshops and writing for magazines and websites.
Thursday 27th June 2013 Dave Bell Sports photography An opportunity to photography local Sailing Club Burton at Foremark Reservoir.  You’ll be able to take shots from the shoreline or from a boat.
Wednesday 10th July Paul Allen Landscape composition and seeing the image – Peak District A visit to the first National Park in the UK with Professional Photographer Paul Allen. The workshop will concentrate on composition and seeing the image.
Saturday 27th July Ian Pettit Urban Landscape & Street photography – Salford Quays A great opportunity to vist the Lowry, Imperial War Museum and see the urban landscape of Salford Quays. A great location for architecture and cityscape photography
Thursday 15th August Paul Cooper Developing landscape techniques – Peak District A second opportunity to try out your landscape skills this time its more about capturing the image from lessons learn’t. Paul plans to take us to some great locations in the western peak, including Hen Cloud and the Roaches
Friday/ Saturday 30th &  31st August All A bit of everything – Liverpool Our first attempt at a longer workshop. There’s so much to see and do photographically in Liverpool and surrounding area. This should be a great trip.

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