Speakers

Speakers

Monday 1st October 2018. Robert Harvey “By The Sea” http://www.naturalworldphotography.net/

Robert will talk about the potential of beaches, cliffs, sea stacks, etc as photographic subjects and give us some tips on how to achieve the best results using seasonal light and the tides.

Monday 8th October 2018. Mark Weaver “Composing The Dunes”.

An accomplished photographer, Mark is a member of Droitwich Camera Club and this evening he will take us on a photographic tour around the spectacular scenery of Namibia

Monday 22nd October 2018. Verity E. Milligan: An evening with a professional freelance photographer. http://www.veritymilliganphotography.com/

Verity is an award-winning professional photographer and educator based in Birmingham.  She shoots in all formats and loves to share her varied work with the world.

Monday 29th October 2018. James Woodend: 'My Photography https://500px.com/imagesinspiredbynature

James will describe a wide range of his photographic skills including infra-red and macro and he will also show images from his various travels

Monday 5th November 2018. Warren Alani: 'Seeing is Believing. http://www.warrenalaniphotography.com/

Warren is an Associate of The Royal Photographic Society (ARPS), he has gained AFIP certification and also has a photographic honours distinction from the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (DPAGB). This evening he will talk about his love of the still image.

Monday 19 November 2018. Ian Daisley: 'Derbyshire and the Peak District'

In his talk he will show a selection of images of the landscape, flora and fauna of the area and also discuss composition, changing light and other considerations required to get his images.

Monday 3rd December 2018. Kevin Mullins: 'Street Photography'. https://www.kevinmullinsworkshops.co.uk/

Kevin's will take us into the candid world of street photography as well as social and family photography.

Monday 10 December 2018. David Lowe: ‘Long Exposure Daylight Photography’. http://www.davidlowepics.com/

David's presentation will do 'exactly what it says on the tin'!

Monday 7 January 2019. Graham Walton: 'How I Judge Competitions'. https://grahamwalton.foliopic.com/

How does the Judge decide which images are worthy of placement or commendation in competitions .

Monday 14th January 2019. David Clapp: ‘A Personal Story of a Professional Photographer’ https://www.davidclapp.co.uk/

David will provide a night of story telling about his photographic travels, from crushing lows to air punching elation. 

Monday 28th January 2019. Bob Brind-Surch: 'Macro Photography'. http://www.naturesphotos.co.uk/

In this talk David will try to dispel some of the myths about 'macro' photography and show us how to get 'up close and personal' with wildlife

Monday 4th February 2019. Heather Woodhams: 'Wedding Photography' http://www.heatherwoodhamsphotography.co.uk/

Heather has a firm belief that a successful photograph creates an emotional response and she makes significant effort to ensure that this is especially the case with her wedding photography.  

Monday 11th February 2019. Tony Worobiec: 'The Water's Edge' https://www.tonyworobiec.com/

Tony has written numerous books on a whole range of photographic subjects. In this presentation Tony will celebrate the joys of the English coast.

Monday 4th Marh 2019. Tony Banks: ‘Creative Processing’ https://www.tonybanksimages.co.uk/

Club Member and Programme Secretary Tony specialises in wedding & portrait photography. In this workshop Tony will take us through some of the techniques he uses to achieve his own style of creative images 

Monday 1st April 2019. Tom Way: 'Wildlife through a Lens' http://tomwayphotography.co.uk/

Tom is a professional wildlife photographer based in the UK who has been awarded in various international competitions including European Wildlife Photographer Of The Year and the Sony World Photography Awards. His main passion is Africa and in this presentation he will describe he various wildlife ventures and how he moved from working in a gym to eventually selling his images.

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