What's On This Month...?
Updated: Apr 7
Monday Zoom Meetings
1st February: Guest Speaker
Janet Haines FIPF ARPS GPSA EFIAP DPAGB with her talk 'Inside my Head'
Her work is multi layered and textured with a dreamlike quality. You can find more of her work on her website http://www.jayhaines.co.uk/
Here is what Janet says as an introduction to this talk:
This is an increasingly popular talk during which I show several of my successful panels of work as well as individual works. In the first half of the session I show you all my own prints and tell you why I selected different papers for them. Most of my work in this talk can be best described as photographic art. Just about all of them are montage or at the very least using textures. So in the second half we switch to projection and I deconstruct some of my images seen in the first half and talk about how I have constructed them. I am happy to share my 'secrets' and techniques.
8th February: Competition Judging
Dave Gibbons will be judging the Open 2 Competition.
15th February: Members Project Evening
Members present their projects, either stills or AV, on any topic. You can send your images to Amanda to display or present them via screen share.
22nd February: Guest Speaker
Glyn Edmunds is a wildlife photographer, with African wildlife being his favourite subject. His images have been published in magazines, newspapers, brochures and websites around the world. He works with a number of safari companies, including OI Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, which is the focus of this talk. Find out more about Glyn on his website: https://www.glynedmunds.co.uk
28th February - Hand in for Landscapes DPI
If you’re looking for tips and inspiration for your landscape images see the links below. It’s tricky to get out and take landscape photos at the moment, particularly those that require a tripod, so we’ve included a link below for tips to edit landscape photos you may have in your archive. If you have other suggestions for resources please share them in the WhatsApp group.
Article by Digital Camera World
Video by Nigel Danson
Video by Mark Denney
Article by Adam Burton
For further inspiration check out all the winning landscape DPIs from our 2020 competition (1st, 2nd, and 3rd shown below) https://www.brauntoncameraclub.co.uk/landscape-dpis
External Events and Competitions
7th February 2021 - WCPF DPIC 2021
The WCPF DPIC 2021 Judging will be held via Zoom on February 7th 2021. The invitation details are shown below. The meeting will be open from 09:30 and the event will commence at 10:00 am, with the format being very similar to previous events held at The Exeter Corn Exchange. An agenda for the day can be found on the WCPF website.
Topic: WCPF DPIC Live Zoom Event
Time: Feb 7, 2021 09:30 AM London Link to Join Zoom Meeting:
13th February - Hand in for Knighthayes Trophy "Togetherness"
Competition Entry requirements for Knightshayes Trophy
WCPF Club members, may enter up to TWO DIGITAL IMAGES on “Togetherness”
JPEG format, up to 1200 x 1600 pixels, files to be titled as follows –
1_Title up to 30 characters_Photographers Name inc distinctions_Club
2_Title up to 30 characters_Photographers Name inc distinctions_Club
Entries to be e-mailed as attachments to - firstname.lastname@example.org
by closing date Saturday 13th February 2021. NO FEE FOR ENTERING IMAGES.
Queries - Contact Pam and Eddy Lane Knightshayes Trophy Competition Secretaries
14th February - PAGB AV Adjudication
Exmouth Photo Group are hosting this on behalf of the WCPF. It will be conducted as a Zoom event on Sunday 14 February. "There has been a fantastic response, and we have seven CPAGB applications, six ‘D’s and four ‘M’s". Nine of the applicants are from WCPF clubs. The panel will be Rod Wheelans, Robert Albright, Howard Bagshaw, Richard Speirs, Martin Fry and Gordon Jenkins. Howard Tate (PAGB President) will introduce the event.
This event is free of charge to observe – to get a Zoom link please email email@example.com
25th February - RPS Free Online Talk
Arteh Odjidja is an award-winning portrait photographer and educator born and raised in London. Arteh considers London to be his home and a place of inspiration for his work. He also draws much inspiration from his global travels and his focus on empowerment through the medium of portraiture. His well publicised ‘The Stranger Series’ Project which profiles the stories of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds has been exhibited extensively throughout the US and UK in prominent galleries and public museums including the Tate Modern, The British Museum, City Hall London and the Museum of Contemporary Photography–Chicago.
Thursday 25th February, 18:15 - 19:45.
The event is free.
There are other free RPS talks scheduled throughout February.
For more details and to book: