PHOTOGRAPHY:


The Photography Group normally meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month from 9:30am to 11.30am in the New Hall at Carnon Downs Village Hall. 50p is charged for tea, coffee and biscuit, and any profit made is spent on speakers and models. New members are always welcome, regardless of your level of expertise or equipment. You only need to be interested in taking better pictures and seeing what others have done.
Adrian Rowlands   adrian.rowlands3@gmail.com  (01872 279334)

Winners of the Photography Competition
Crantock Village
Crantock Village by Terry Davey
Coverack
Coverack Resurrected- Peter Sudbury
Pendeen
Village Pub at Pendeen- Chris Rowlands

 

 

U3A Photography Programme 2019


DATE

WHATS ON THIS WEEK

WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

BRING TO MEETING AND OTHER INFORMATION

MONTHLY SUBJECT

Field Trip

Additional Meeting

West Pentire

Photograph Poppies

 

25th Jun

Member Morning

Members picture selection

Monthly subject images.

Land/seascapes

9th July

Instructional Morning

Slide shows

Building a slide show

 

23rd July

Member Morning

Member picture selection

Monthly subject images

Reflections

13th Aug

Practical Morning

Using the sun to light the subject

Essential to bring your camera

 

27th Aug

Member Morning

Member picture selection

Monthly subject images

Summer

10th Sep

Guest Speaker

To Be Confirmed

 

 

24th Sep

Member Morning

Members picture selection

Monthly subject images.

Movement

8th Oct

Instruction Morning

Questions and Answers

Free for all forum. Ask questions about any aspect of photography

 

22nd Oct

Member Morning

Members picture selection

Monthly subject images.

Autumn

12th Nov

Guest Speaker

David Chapman

Subject to be confirmed

 

26th Nov

Member Morning

Members picture selection

Monthly subject images.

Through the window

10th Dec

Guest Speaker

Annual competition results followed by a presentation from the judge

Christmas lunch

 

2020

 

 

 

 

14th Jan

Member Morning

Your Christmas pictures

Images taken over Christmas on a memory stick

 

28th Jan

Instruction Morning

Questions and Answers

Free for all forum. Ask questions about any aspect of photography

 

On 28th May, we were entertained by Duncan Vine with An Indian Experience, a wildlife holiday taken in Autumn 2006 to visit two different areas of India on a specialist guided tour. He visited Ranthambore in Rajasthan, which he said was very crowded with guided tours. He much preferred his visit to Assam. The wildlife photos he showed us were wonderful, ranging from water buffalo, rhinos, ibex, forest elephants, lizards to birds such as shrike, rollers and storks and a fascinating array of colourful butterflies but the highlight was the tiger.
On 11th June, Brian Halsey tackled the subject of videos using a digital camera, how to get stills from them and how to view them. I was not at the meeting but he kindly sent out notes by email to all members as an aide memoire as there will be a follow-up talk when it can be arranged.
The 25th June will be a members' meeting and the monthly subject is land and seascapes. The 9th July will be an instructional morning on building a slide show.

 

 

 

 


 

Monthly subject mornings
Members to bring a maximum of 10 digital images of the set subject.
These will be shown in the second half of the mornings presentation.
To save time on the morning of the meeting images can also be sent by Dropbox or email to    adrian.rowlands3@gmail.com

Field Trips
All field trips are attended at members own risk.
When we visit local attractions they will have carried out their own risk assessments and you are advised to note their recomendations and act accordingly.
On other field trips to the Cornish countryside most of us are aware of trip dangers and uneven ground and the need to wear suitable footwear and clothes to suit the conditions.
Be sensible and safe. Take only photographs and leave only footprints.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 
 

 

 

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Pat Harrod & Wendy MorrisGroups coordinator