What's Coming Up...
Updated: Feb 7
Monday Zoom Meetings
1st March: Guest Speaker
Sharon and Robert Prenton-Jones present a talk on The Art Of Composite Photography.
"We are a married couple (Robert and Sharon) based in North Wales with our own home studio and surrounded by one of the most photogenic landscapes in the UK. Although we are comfortable with many genres of photography, we are perhaps best known for combining our studio work with the waterfalls, lakes, castles, mountains and beaches that are a short drive from our home".
For a pre-talk glimpse at their work visit their website: https://www.prentonjonesphotography.co.uk
8th March: Members Project Evening
Photographers who inspire us. Members present images from their favourite photographers, and perhaps images that have been inspired by those you admire. You can send your images to Amanda to display or present them via screen share.
15th March: Competition Judging
Huw Alban will be judging the Landscape Competition.
22nd March: Reviewing Images
WCPF DPIC - review of images
29th March: Competition Judging
Pete Fry will be judging the DPI of the Year.
8th March - Hand in for DPI Of The Year
No print of the year category this year sadly, just DPIs. You can however see both the DPI and print of the year winners from 2020 in the online club winners gallery for inspiration, and to give you a sense of the quality of images that receive accolades. The winners of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each category are shown below. https://www.brauntoncameraclub.co.uk/gallery
To participate choose 3 images that you have entered into competitions during the past 12 months. For guidance on how to prepare and send your images see details on 'how to enter': https://www.brauntoncameraclub.co.uk/how-to-enter
External Events and Competitions
6th March: WCPF Meeting, Knighthayes Trophy Judging & Lecture
Schedule for the Day
10.00 am Council Meeting open to all WCPF Club Members followed by the
Knightshayes Trophy Competition judged by Nick Bodle, President of the WCPF Set subject “Togetherness” to win the Superb Knightshayes Trophy for a year
2.00 pm Chris Palmer FRPS DPAGB APAGB EFIAP
Talk “The Eloquent Landscape”
Zoom Meeting Admission
Full login instructions will be sent to all Club Reps and competition entrants two weeks
before the event. There will be no charge for the Judging or the Afternoon Lecture
13th March: RPS Online Talk
'Introduction to the Power of Luminosity Masks'
The more fine control we have over image adjustments the better we are able to create high-quality results and achieve our creative vision. In Photoshop, how skilled we are at creating masks largely determines how much control we have over our adjustments. Pixel-based masks, such as luminosity masks, represent the highest form of mask making. In this presentation, Sean Bagshaw will provide an introduction to what luminosity masks are, how they are made and ways they can be used to make very fine, nuanced and natural image adjustments.
Saturday 13th March, 16:00-17:00. Meeting room opens at 15:45.
Booking closes at 08:00 on 12th March.
This event is free to Digital Imaging members, and £3 to others.
There are other free RPS talks scheduled throughout March.
For more details and to book: