What’s on at the Club tomorrow
It’s a Members’ evening – starting with sharing images taken of the Wiggly Wild creatures evening then other members will be giving presentations.
It is also hand in for the Kerri and Steinberger Cups competition.These are one-class competitions. The Steinberger cup is awarded for the best PDI taken on a club outing and the Kerri Cup for the best print taken on a club outing. You can enter 3 prints and 3 PDIs. Qualifying events are:
Olympic Park (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park) – Saturday 30th March 2019
Leeds Castle – Saturday 11 May
Hastings/Battle – Saturday 8 June
Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve – Saturday 22 June
Pictures taken for the Summer Project
Nature Walk – Saturday 10 August
London by Day and Night – Saturday 12 October
Birmingham Day Trip: Christmas Markets and Walking Tour – Saturday 23 November
Highgate Cemetery Tour – Sunday 12 January 2020
Next week (12 March) is the Kerri and Steinberger Cupscompetition to be judged by Zoe Garnham-Archer
Next Camera Club Outing
Ecology Park and Thames Barrier – Saturday 14 March – 1:00pm
Meet at North Greenwich tube station. Walk along the Thames path to Greenwich Peninsular Ecology Park and spend an hour or so there. Then head to the Anchor & Hope pub for a drink or food before walking to the Thames Barrier for sunset. Sunset in March is at around 6pm.
Email Charlotte to let her know if you’d like to join the trip.
Congratulations to those scoring a 20 in Round 2 of the Mono Print competition, which proved to be another bumper week
Waiting For The Bride by Brian Davies
We Three Skulls by Madeleine Lehane
Tulip Staircase Greenwich and Raindrops both by Clive Williams
Through the Rectangle Window and Mother And Child Reunion both by Chris Murray
No Parking and 6 More London Place both by Matthew Teager
First Fans Arrive by Charlotte Teager
Black Sheep Coffee by Paul Lehane
Seeing Double by Vera Stevens
Lightwave by Paul Whitmarsh
Docking Point by Julie Langman
Results are in for the Mono Print Competition
Congratulations to Julian Fearnley who came top in the Improvers class and to
Chris Murray for coming first in the Advanced class
KCPA 2020 Exhibition Closing date for entries 10th March 2020
“Drop off points are Jane, Neville, Ray Beckwith and Tracy Hughes. Please ensure all paperwork, payments and prints are delivered by closing date. Any received after this date will not be accepted.
Selection Weekend: 28 and 29 March (Detling)
Saturday 28 March 2.30 onwards
PDI’s Sunday 29 March 10am onwards
Prints Selectors: Our selectors are Richard Speirs, Peter Young and Leigh Woolford.
Full details can be found at http://www.kcpa.co.uk/2020/02/everything-you-wanted-to-know-about-kcpa-exhibition-2020/. “
Julie has said she will co-ordinate entries but please let her have them tomorrow.
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Please see e-mail below from Jennifer Russell
My name is Jennifer Russell and I am a Casting Researcher at Storyboard Studios, an independent production company based in Glasgow. We have been commissioned by BBC to make a brand new photography competition series and we are looking for people who would like to apply to take part.
The show will follow six amateur photographers as they compete for assignments and are mentored by some of the most influential and exciting photographers working in Britain today.
We are looking to hear from passionate and talented photographers who have the ability and flair to take part in a contest where one person will be named Photographer of the Year.
If you feel your work has a distinctive vision and captures the world around you in a fresh way, we would love to hear from you.
If you, or anyone you know might be interested in finding out more on how to apply, please visit our website: https://storyboardstudios.tv/photography/
Please see below email from DIG SE (Digital Imaging: South East)
“Bringing Prestigious Presenters and Inspiring Photographic Workshops to the Kent Area
I am writing to you as Co Organiser of DIG SE, your local Centre, under the umbrella of the RPS. We aim to invite keynote speakers to inform us on many aspects of photography including processing and printing techniques. We hold four meetings in the year; most are on a Sunday and are held in various venues around Kent.
Our all day events are, not only interesting, but also they are a great place to meet up with other local photographers. People generally rebook once they’ve been to one of our events as we aim to be a friendly and inclusive group and try to bring high note speakers to our locality. This coming year we have added some workshops to our programme, and run by our Presenters. Take a look at our web page
Some of the members of your Club may already attend our events but we welcome anybody to join us, and you don’t have to be a member of the RPS to attend.”
What’s on this Weekend and soon
Science Weekend – Cutty Sark (included in admission), book ahead, Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 March
Cutty Sark celebrates British Science Week with family-friendly events taking place on board all weekend. Learn how cargo was loaded onto the ship and have a go at building your own winch, or find out how gold leaf is applied to the gilded decorative elements.
Orchids – Kew Gardens (included in admission) book a time slot, until Sunday 15 March (extended from 8 March)
Time is running out to visit Kew’s beautiful Orchids Festival. Wander through rainbow floral arches, ogle the volcano centrepiece floating on a pond, and look out for model orang-utans, rhinos, and other wildlife from this year’s chosen country, Indonesia.
Women’s Day – Sunday 8 March 4
Naturally, London is rising to the occasion with a number of superb events to honour the occasion. From a festival that delves into the issues facing women and girls around the world today, to a photography exhibition focusing on women’s hair and all it symbolises, there is plenty to enjoy across the city.
Photography exhibition – Women by Women – Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 March – Oxo Tower Wharf, SE1 9PH
Presented by ActionAid the exhibition is coming to Oxo Tower Wharf this month in celebration of International Women’s Day. The event has been organised to share the inspirational stories of women and girls from around the world, with ActionAid working closely with female photographers.
Florence Nightingale Museum, included in admission, book ahead, from Sunday 8 March
2020 marks 200 years since the birth of The Lady With The Lamp, and The Florence Nightingale Museum is celebrating with a special programme of events. Exhibition Nightingale in 200 Objects, People and Places opens today, showcasing little-known aspects of her life, as well as objects including the famous lamp which gave her the nickname
And don’t forget next week is British Pie Week
Forthcoming Camera Club Outings
York/Whitby – Sunday 5 to Tuesday 7 April 2020
Sunday 5 April: travel up to York in the morning, walking tour around the city in the afternoon and time for sunset/evening photography
Monday 6 April: private minibus trip to Whitby via the York Moors, Goathland etc. – full itinerary to be confirmed (maximum 16 people so first come, first served)
Tuesday 7 April: more time in York before travelling back to London in the afternoon/evening
When I first put this in the Newsletter the cost was £106 for two nights’ accommodation at the Travelodge Central Layerthorpe (per room) plus around £50 for the day trip (depending on final numbers).
Charlotte will organise the above but you’ll need to book your own train tickets, a reminder these went on sale on 12 January.
As Charlotte will have to pay in full for the Travelodge accommodation to get the saver rates, it’d be great if you could email her to let her know that you’re going and she will contact you to give her bank details. The cost is £106 (this forms your non-refundable deposit). If you’d like to share a room, please her know who you’re sharing with and transfer £53 each. Partners/relatives/friends are welcome on this trip.
Greenwich – Sunday 26 April – 10:30am
Meet at the Gate Clock pub (by Cutty Sark station) and leave for a photo walk around Greenwich covering Greenwich Market, Greenwich Park, Observatory (outside) and views from there, Naval College, Queens House, Painted Hall. Tripods aren’t allowed inside any of the buildings but are fine for the outside areas.
We’ll also stop somewhere for a pub lunch.
Email Charlotte to let her know if you’d like to join the trip.