Club News

Colour Management with the i1Switch

First meeting of the new year started with Janet's Parish notes and then on with Martin’s talk about colour management.

This is something that I used to do before I got my iMac but since then I have not found it necessary for the standard of printing that I do these days, but my standards would not suit the likes of Liz and Janet and other very good photographers.

Submitted by Derek Grieve on Tue, 14/01/2020 10:00
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The last meeting of 2019


Our Chairman Janet did us all proud this evening. After a very few Parish notices, Norman announced the results of last months Flickr competition. Our top photographer, Liz (she has several very close contenders for the title, so she must ‘keep up’), took the top spot again, well done Liz.

Submitted by Derek Grieve on Fri, 20/12/2019 11:47
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Thirty Days on Safari

We were pleased to welcome David Smith from Woking Camera Club to tell all about his experiences of and expertise in "Safari Photography". We also welcomed a fair number of visitors from Steyning Camera Club - proving just how popular nature photography is now.

David started by mentioning his camera kit - just one camera, a mirrorless Sony full frame job, and one lens, 150-400mm telephoto zoom. He had swopped from a Canon DSLR and lenses when the weight of his camera bag exceeded the luggage allowance on internal flights around the safari camps!

Submitted by Chris West on Fri, 22/11/2019 15:57
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Trains and boats and planes and ...

"Inspire" - just as a model railway and going to primary school alongside the Great Western mainline led me to a career as a Civil Engineer so a model railway and Kodak Instamatic camera led Neil Cave to a career in photography with a strong railway content. Neil now owns Timeline Events (TLE) the company which arranges over a 100 photshoots a year mostly with an engineering and heritage slant.

Submitted by Chris West on Sun, 27/10/2019 21:09
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Learning what we have done wrong


Keith Gibson returned to pass comment on our images, without marks, which was a breath of fresh air as I am sick to death of judges saying what a lovely image he has just appraised and then gives it 16 marks! Soul destroying! Keith has been to see us before to judge one of our competitions.

Submitted by Derek Grieve on Tue, 15/10/2019 10:56
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Two peoples ideas of the same subject.


This evening we had a visit from Ian Brash and Pat Couder who call themselves PIMS which stands for Pat Ian and Mike Show. Except that Mike is no longer part of the act and it should now be called PIS! ( They said that_not me)

Submitted by Derek Grieve on Sat, 28/09/2019 15:37
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First Night New Season

Here we are again with a good turn out for a first night back.

Janet welcomed everyone including one new member Kristina Byng and one visitor. She then went on to relay her usual messages about future stuff.

Submitted by Derek Grieve on Wed, 25/09/2019 09:54
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