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A path well trodden by Chris Davies
Berlin Cathedral by Kevin Rainbird
Avocet Feeding by Sue McDermid
Blue Boat by Sue McDermid
Lonely Shopper by Colin Dengate
Sicilian harbour by Kelvin Godfrey
Wave Riding by Brian Bailey
Well done to everyone who entered the Print Competition last Tuesday.
There was one of our highest number of entries, which made for a really interesting event. 
The judge spent time giving comments on every image, and said he was very impressed with the standard of the entries, to the point where he suggested some of the prints should be entered at a higher level, which was good to hear.

Still Life night had quite a few new members attend and quite a lot to photograph. Many members had brought items and sets along with lighting for other members to photograph. Chris was also doing a small tutorial for new members that wished to find out more about Depth Of Field and other members were around helping out others members questions

Another good evening enjoyed by all.




Upcoming activities and competitions.

All of the upcoming events occurring at the club, along with the latest news from the members. Includes the club programme for this year with a full schedule of each evening.


2019/20 DPI's

First DPI 20-21

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DPI 2 2020-2021

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