The address for club members visiting Lincombe Barn Camera Club on Wednesday 11th April is as follows:
Lincombe Barn Camera Club
Downend Folk House
To see the location on Google Maps, click here.
The critique evening on the 2nd of April was a great success, with a very good number of club members bringing prints and digital images for discussion; so much so, that there were almost too many to show and discuss in one evening!
One of the longer discussions focussed on Ray Grace showing us some before and after images, which started by showing the image as it came from the camera, and then various stages to get a finished image.
One such technique which Ray used was to create a kaleidoscope effect from part of an image; Ray has kindly created a tutorial which is available on the tutorial page, or directly here.
Our most recent club evening saw, and heard, a presentation given by Linda Gibbs DPAGB AV-AFIAP and Edgar Gibbs FRPS DPAGB AV-AFIAP, giving practical demonstrations on how to create audio visual presentations using Pictures2Exe. After the demonstration, we were treated to a selection of different AV’s.
St. Peter’s Church at Frampton Cotterell was the destination for the club on the 12th March 2012. A fascinating subject to try and capture something different, and for members to chat and learn from each other. The above image shows some of the members present discussing camera settings and using tripods and cable releases.
The International Centre for Birds of Prey near Newent was the destination of our recent club day out. With fantastic weather and a good turn-out of club members, and enjoyable day out was had photographing birds of prey while tethered, in cages, or during one of several flying demonstrations held throughout the day. I’m sure that many of the members will have plenty of photos of blue sky, or blurred birds from the flying demonstrations, however I’m sure we’ll see some stunning images in up-coming competitions!
After a slightly chaotic start, with non-functioning laptops, and calibration, the club enjoyed an evening discussing the winning 3 images from each bi-monthly competition last year, both for projected images and prints. Especially useful for the newer (potential) members of the club who were able to see a variety of winning images.
2012 Bi-Monthly Results
The current results for the club bi-monthly competitions for both prints and digital images are shown below. The marks for the position of an image are awarded as follows:
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Many of us young(ish!) folk don’t remember slides as a medium for displaying images, so it was fascinating to see many of the slides that some of the club members had managed to unearth, not to mention seeing some of our club members looking somewhat more youthful! A big thank you to everyone who brought along their slides to show to the club.
A rare Friday evening outing on the 24th of February saw a good number of club members turn out for a very enjoyable meal at the Italian restaurant La Passione in Chipping Sodbury. The food was wonderful, and the company made the evening a true delight, and a good time was had by all. Mike Wescott, the New Members Host, organised the evening – many thanks Mike!
A break from the usual displays of images and talks from guest speakers, the 20th of February saw club members enjoy a fun evening with a general knowledge quiz in the first half of the evening, and a photography and astro-photography themed identification quiz in the second half. An enjoyable evening was had by all, and thanks go to John Scantlebury for organising and running the evening so successfully.