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We enjoyed a pleasingly bizarre evening with Jonathan Culling, who introduced us to his take on Visual Puns. Sometimes it’s in the titles and sometimes it’s in the image - we also had a go at taking our own pictures - we’re going to use this as a starting point for February’s competition, on the theme of Visual Puns and if you would like to enter - here's a reminder of his talk - well worth a watch!
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Join us for an exhilarating evening of sports photography in the comapany of Gareth, from "Mighty Quinn Photos". He will be taking us on his personal journey from a humble cycling fan in Ireland to the fast paced world of professional cycling photography. During the evening, Gareth will be showing us his images captured at the worlds most prestigious 'Grand Tour' cycling events - Tour De France, Giro D'Italia & La Vuelta
If you are a cyling fan or just love the raw emotions captured in sports photography - this is an evening not to be missed!
We are delighted to host an evening with outstanding photographer Viveca Koh (FRPS).
Viveca is an incredible photographer and artist in her own right. She specialises in Fine Art and Digital Image Manipulation - many of her images have been shot using an iPhone and are turely stunning and inspirational.
Her talk on "The Joy of Seeing: Photography My Way" is her fourth lecture in a series. She will re-visit some derelict locations, some of which are very dark and full of shadows, show a range of iPhone shots, a series entitled ‘Miksang’ (Tibetan for ‘Good Eye’), candids of people in cafés, and sharing how she created some of her multi-layered images using Photoshop.
This will be a photographic evening like no other!
DO NOT miss this opportunity to come along to see some fantastic wildlife images made by the world's top wildlife photographers.
Non-members are welcome on the night, please get your tickets at EVENTBRITE or pay on the night
Margot Raggett is a world renowned wildlife photographer and conservationist. We are very priviledged to welcome her along to Northfields Camera Club. In this talk she’ll show examples of her work and her own personal photographic journey but she will also share the process of creating the Remembering Wildlife series and share inspirational images from those books too. Each book contains images donated by many of the world's best wildlife photographers - these books will also be on sale on the evening!
Photographer Margot Raggett specialises in wildlife images taken in Africa and has been a frequent visitor there for the past eight years. She’s worked as a photographer in residence at Entim Camp in the Maasai Mara and also led photo tours across Kenya. But it was seeing a poached elephant in 2014 that led her to try and find ways to use photography to give back to the many species in dire need of our attention and help. She founded Remembering Wildlife that year by publishing Remembering Elephants, a collection of stunning images donated by many of the world’s top wildlife photographers. She has since published two more books - Remembering Rhinos and Remembering Great Apes and is currently working on a fourth volume, Remembering Lions which will come out in October this year. Together, the first three books have so far raised more than £460,000 for conservation and she firmly believes that it is the power of working together as a photographic community that has made the project so successful.
We are privileged to welcome Sean Tucker to Northfields Camera Club for his talk "From Tech to Story". In Sean's words he is more interested in the "why of photography than the how" and it is sure to be one of those evenings not to be missed at the NCC.
Sean Tucker is a photographer, YouTuber, Instagrammer, and a former priest! But in all these roles, he has always imagined himself a storyteller. His journey from the priesthood to a professional photographer has provided him a unique career path but also a wealth of experiences that he openly shares on his popular YouTube channel, which to date has over 230,000 followers.
Books & Prints: http://www.seantucker.photography/store/
Here a selection of Sean's photos, which show his range from portraits to street photography.
If you enjoy Street Photography but are a little unsure were you stand legally when out and about with your camera, then join us for Cliff’s excellent talk on “Street Legal”.
Cliff will be taking a look at copyright from a photographer’s perspective. Plus the key legal concepts everyone should be aware of including the new GDPR data protection regime and laws around what and who can be photographed. He also covers EU and US law and what to do if someone steals your work.
Cliff has been a press photographer since 2010 and is currently the Business Picture Editor at The Times newspaper. He has also worked on the picture desks of papers such as The Mirror, Metro, Sunday Times and the (short-lived) New Day.
This talk is free to all members of Northfields Camera Club. New members will also be welcome on the night.
For new membership enquiries please contact http://www.northfieldscameraclub.org.uk/contact-us.html
For membership rates, http://www.northfieldscameraclub.org.uk/membership.html
Find us here:
Northfields Camera Club,
Room 2, Northfields Community Centre,
Ealing W13 9SS
And here are the some pix from the Studio night, a great time had by all, we took a lot of abstract photos and a had a short session on preparing prints for display, have a look at the club's facebook group, 'Northfields Camera Club' if you would like to see more pictures.
Brilliant talk last week by Damon Guy on Abstract Photography and we're going to try out some of the ideas at a Studio Night next Tuesday.
Here's some more thoughts from Damon . . . www.photokonnexion.com/abstract-resources/
If you’ve ever wanted to capture images of the night sky using your DSLR then this is a night you should not miss!
Join us on Tuesday 18th of September (8pm) for an evening of Landscape Astrophotography that will be literally be out of this world.
We’ll be welcoming photographer Robert Harvey for his presentation of ‘STUMBLING AROUND IN THE DARK”.
As part of the lecture, Robert will be showing us his highly acclaimed Astrophotography images plus he will be revealing his secrets on how to use an ordinary DSLR to capture stunning images of the Northern Lights, stars, planets, the earth’s moon and the Milky Way – plus Meteors and eclipses.
Check out his website here for more info:
Robert Harvey BA ARPS EFIAP