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The following events have been planned that your club members may be interested in attending:-
15th June 2018 EXHIBITION OF MEMBERS PRINTS
The opening evening of the clubs anniversary exhibition.
7:00pm for 7:30pm.
This Exhibition will run until Friday 13th July.
ART CENTRE WASHINGTON.
6th July 2018 AN EVENING WITH JOE CORNISH
This highly regarded landscape photographer will present an AV/Print talk of his work.
Entry is by TICKET ONLY.
ART CENTRE WASHINGTON.
To book tickets for ‘An evening with Joe Cornish‘, contact the Arts Centre Washington Box Office on:-
Telephone: 0191 561 3455
An Evening With Joe Cornish.
@ Arts Centre Washington
An evening with Joe Cornish 6 July 2018,
7.30pm. Tickets £12.00
Wednesday 6th June 6:30 pm County Hall.
I thought we would go back to basics and cover Exposure and Metering settings and touch on composition.
Hopefully this will compliment Tony’s presentation on the 31st.
Don’t forget to bring your own images for critique.
If there is anything that you want covering on future evenings please let me know.
Models at Sunderland / Hendon Graffiti walls.
Friday June 15th @ 10:30 meeting outside the Made4TheCage gym. There’s a car park right next to it – 1 minute walk. ( on corner of Villiers Street and Hight Street West – I’ll get post code )
A great opportunity for some cracking portrait shots in a colourful grungy setting .
Members as usual can bring a friend
A Section, Judged by Martin Vickerman
First-George Hodgson. Juvenile (Mustella Nivalis) Weasel in the wood pile,
Second-Angy Ellis. Call the doctor
Third- Michael Watson. Eurasian brown bear cub (Ursus arctos arctos)
Fourth-Angy Ellis. Good old Banter
Fifth-Joe Grabham. The Inner Circle
Highly Commended -Dave Murrell. Suffrage
Highly Commended- Dave Murrell. The Lecture
Highly Commended- George Hodgson ,Impression of Natasha
A Section Position after Two Rounds HERE
B Section, Judged by Martin Vickerman
First- Sheila Halkier. Snow Sisters
Second- Martin Stobbart. RED ARROWS
Third- Bob Johnson. TheAncientChapel
Fourth- Ronnie Hall. Finchale Priory resident robin
Fifth- John Cogan. Kings Cross, catching the train home
Highly Commended- Joan Hall. Durham Busker
Highly Commended- Sheila Halkier. Steampunk Girl
Highly Commended- Helen Rigby. Floral Lace
Please note, another change to the programme, 14th June will be a members night with several of our members talking about their photography.
e-news 208: includes diverse features and photographs by 3 excellent and imaginative photographers….here
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Hon Editor: Rod Whelans MPAGB MFIAP FRPS FIPF HonPAGB HonSPF
From Angy Ellis
It was a wonderful morning, the light was bright and the weather was dry so everything was set to have a lovely walk through the bluebell woods Durham snapping and chatting.
The Bluebells were beautiful, the blanket of wild garlic impressive and the hints and tips invaluable.
Thank you to everyone who attended, see you at the next one.
From Dave Murrell.
Review night confirmed as Tuesday 5th June. 7pm Dunelm Club. Durham.
Please bring 3 prints to A4 size, one of the challenge (writing) and 2 others.
Even if you didn’t go then come along and be part of the evening as we will critique all prints and there’s prizes too.
It would be great if our assignment photographers can get 5 images each to Dave Murrell from the Museum.
Competition format, 1600 x 1200 JPG sRGB. Titled with your name and sequence number.
The images from the North Shields Fish Quay assignment are now on line HERE
We will be starting to collect prints for our Annual Exhibition from Thursday 31
May. (There will be a box at the back of our club room). Our theme for this
year is ‘County of Durham Heritage’ covering an area from the Tees to the
Tyne and across to the Pennines. So there is a great opportunity for great
images! The mounts need to be 20x16ins or 40x50cm. If you wish to enter
some prints please sign the form on the notice board at the club. We need