Part 4 of our in-house judged competition, this time it's "Pond Life".
Also hand in for the Natural History Competition
Jon and Rick will be joined by 2 other members get to show their work to the rest of the club.
Also hand in for the Bill Mammatt Cup
Part 3 of our internal competition, this time the theme is "pets"
Also remember to bring your ballet and refraction images to share with the club!
Part 2 of our in-house judged 4 part competition, "Architecture".
Also Refraction Photography tips and tricks
The first part of our 4-part themed competition, "Patterns in Nature".
Q&A Panel - where we aim to answer the questions you were afraid to ask!
The subject of this evening is Food Photography, we've got a demonstration by Jane Sarchet followed by a practical where we're aiming to help people take a shot that would fit into a food magazine.
For some inspiration please have a read of Jane's blog!
Four members of the club will be given the opportunity to present their work to the club, whether this is showing their images or showing a technique they particularly enjoy.
Looking forward to seeing what Sue, Andy, Dave and Peter are planning to show us!
A warm welcome to everyone for the 2017-2018 season!
Tonight is the Oatey Cup, up to 3 prints per-member and up to A4 in size, this is your favourite images taken over the summer break. This will be voted for in-house in a secret ballot.
Also hand-in for the Chairman's Cup, "The Beauty of Cornwall".
One print per-member, your entry should say "Cornwall" in an image; just a landscape is not enough unless it is of an iconic part of Cornwall that cannot be mistaken for anywhere else. Alternatively, think of all the uniquely Cornish foods or traditions that scream "Cornwall"!
Next week we will try to make the most of the long evenings before the nights draw in visit Wistman's Wood on Dartmoor.
We can park in a small car-park opposite the Two Bridges pub near Princetown, remember that there is a 15-20 minute walk over moorland to get there so remember some hiking boots!
7pm start, see you there!
As the weather's not looking entirely promising we're going to keep it local and head to Looe on Tuesday. We will meet at the Millpool Carpark at 7pm (that's the large carpark on West Looe side)
We can decide where to go from there, and maybe head around to Hannafore Point later on.
Next week we will take in the delights of the Barbican in Plymouth, with lots of old buildings and boats to keep interested!
We will meet by Cap'n Jaspers (behind Edinburgh Woolen Mill) at 7pm on Tuesday 13th and go from there, maybe around to The Hoe and Smeaton's Tower.
See you there!
After last year's failed attempt, I've seen some recent photos posted on Facebook showing the Polly Joke Poppies all out in flower so we will head down to try to catch them before they go over!
We will meet at the Bowgie Inn at Crantock and go from there, a little earlier this week to try and catch the light... see you there at 7pm!
The next photowalk will be to Davidstow Airfield, a fantastic old military airfield with lots of old abandoned buildings.
We will meet near the North-West tip of the airfield where there is a collection of old buildings ripe for investigation; if you reach the Davidstow Museum or Dairycrest Creamery then head back towards the runways.
The next photo-walk will be to the Tamar Bridges on Tuesday 23rd May, 7:30pm, we will meet in the car park by The Union Inn on the Saltash side (The "Union Jack" pub), depending on the weather we may drive around to the Plymouth side which takes around 10 minutes.