Annual Competition Judging – URC Club Hall – 09/06/20

What
Annual Competition Judging
When
Tuesday, June 9, 2020
7:30pm - All Ages
Where
URC Club Hall (map)
Wootton Bassett URC Church
Wood St, Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire SN4 7BD ‎
Wootton Bassett, United Kingdom SN4 7BD
Other Info
Our final formal meeting of the seson is our Annual Competition for prints and projected images. Winners will subsequently be presented with a variety of cups and shields. There are three categories: Action; Portrait and Open.
Ralph Snook wil judge for us.

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Presentation (Note \”A\”) – URC Club Hall – 14/04/20

What
Presentation (Note "A")
When
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
7:30pm - All Ages
Where
URC Club Hall (map)
Wootton Bassett URC Church
Wood St, Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire SN4 7BD ‎
Wootton Bassett, United Kingdom SN4 7BD
Other Info
Stu McKenzie, an ex-Army photographer who also worked for the BBC will present images from his travels to the far flung areas of the globe. Stu has decided not to charge a fee for his presentation but welcomes a donation to a military charity instead

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Presentation \”Long exposure photography\” – URC Club Hall – 31/03/20

What
Presentation "Long exposure photography"
When
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
7:30pm - All Ages
Where
URC Club Hall (map)
Wootton Bassett URC Church
Wood St, Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire SN4 7BD ‎
Wootton Bassett, United Kingdom SN4 7BD
Other Info
David Lowe will explain the process and demonstrate how to set up equipment and show the type of results that can be achieved

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AGM & Members Evening – February 18th 2020

The Annual General Meeting was held during the first part of the evening with the election of Club Officers resulting in a Committee that looks suspiciously like the last one!

Before the tea break, Dave Garmont shared his journey in becoming a light-weight photographer by switching to an Olympus E-M5 Mk3 camera and a range of four third micro lenses. These latest technology, faster lenses not only reduced the weight of his camera bag but obviated use of a tripod and were far more sympathetic to his arthritic neck. After demonstrating the equipment he showed an impressive collection of bird images that had been achieved with his new kit.

After the break, Jim Bullock treated us to a wide ranging presentation of his eclectic images, charting his photographic progression. His genuine love of photography and willingness to experiment and try new ideas to arrive at different results were evident. Using various computer programmes, Jim was able to demonstrate his creativity and originality in his images across several genres.