What’s on Soon
Thursday 28 January
Mono PDI Competition, Round 1 to be judged by Steve Lawrenson
Thursday 4 February
Presentation by Huw Alban entitled “My Process My Way”
Thursday 11 February
Presentation by Alison Taylor ARPSentitled “Coastal Photography”
It is also hand in for a PDI Competition on the theme of Movement – people/things moving or ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) Mono or Colour.
Usual rules apply and send to Brian on or before 11 February
Thursday 18 February
PDI Competition on the theme of Movement to be judged by Keith Evans FRPS DPAGB
Zoom meetings have been pre-booked until further notice at 7:45pm. If you have deleted Greg’s email containing the login codes I can let you have them. For security reasons I don’t want to add them to this Newsletter.
David Lewis has decided to dispose of all his old 35mm slides after digitising a selection of them. He will soon want to dispose of all the associated equipment: standalone screen, slide projector and large, tabletop 35mm slide viewer. Cost is just £10 per item to cancer research. Please email David for more details by the end of January if interested. You’d need to arrange collection from David’s home in Orpington after the lockdown.
Open Walls, Arles
If you are interested in exhibiting your images, their website might be worth looking at.
OpenWalls 2021 is now open — and they are seeking submissions under the theme ‘Then & Now’.
This last year has seen the world shift in profound and unprecedented ways. What’s changed? How has it affected us? Has history repeated itself? What challenges face us ahead?
Photographers are invited to interpret the theme freely, whether experimenting with new work, revisiting past or forgotten projects, or searching their archive.
Entries close 9 March 2021 23:50 (UK Time).