Hunmanby Camera Club Programme 2018 - 2019

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11/9/18
C1 - CHAIRMANS NIGHT
MIKE BARNARD
OPEN Subject. NO restrictions other than via normal club rules.
DUE DATE – 5/9/18

25/9/18
P1 - AGM + FILTERS IN PHOTOGRAPHY

9/10/18
P2 - CLUB PRACTICAL NIGHT - Bring Your Camera !

23/10/18
C2 – REFLECTIONS
DAVE SOUTHALL
Photograph any image showing reflection in any way . . .  indoor or outside.
DUE DATE – 17/10/18
TIPS – Try a large mirror for effect . . . Use a light reflector as simple as white card or a specialist photo reflector . . . Use wet weather to show effects . . . Use filters in PhotoShop to aid the image processing.
For ideas checkout - https://www.mikecurryphotography.com/portfolio/reflection/

13/11/18
C3 - OPEN
CHRIS MASON
OPEN Subject. NO restrictions other than via normal club rules.
DUE DATE – 7/11/18

27/11/18
C4 – ABSTRACT ARCHITECTURE
DAVID IRELAND
Record architectural features in one building or an area. Building can be historical or modern and selective to make the images more abstract.
DUE DATE – 21/11/18
TIPS – Use a telephoto lens to focus in on one aspect of a building . . . Photograph against the light to enhance the image . . . Or use filtering to produce a more abstract out of the ordinary final image. Use a tripod and check the frame edges for your composition.

11/12/18
P3 - XMAS SELECTION BOX

8/1/19
C5 – CHANGE ME
ERNIE HOWARD
Photograph an object or a place using an abnormal viewpoint to change the original view in some way or other. Can be a whole or part of a view.
DUE DATE – 2/1/19
TIPS – Take some ordinary objects and spend time looking at them from many viewpoints, or selecting one part to look at in order to discover new images.

22/1/19
P4 - IN FOCUS

12/2/19
C6 – FLORAL SPLENDOUR
ROBERT CHILD
Any floral theme . . . maybe anything from one single flower head or part of a flower to a whole bed of flowers. Try ty to emphasise structure and pattern.
DUE DATE – 6/2/19
TIPS – Look for areas carpeted in flowers to fill the frame . . . or shoot into the light . . . or try a low level shot. Choose an obvious flower as a focal point. Telephoto lens will close the flowers together.

26/2/19
C7 – B&W / STREET PHOTOGRAPHY
Produce a B&W digital image, using any subject, or a Street Photography print, which may involve any street scene with one or more people in the image.
DUE DATE – 20/2/19
TIPS – Be careful with street shots and ask permission if you feel it is required . . . Try shooting from the hip to get a more candid shot . . . Practise shoot and review technique to hide the shot taken.

12/3/19
P5 - TBA

26/3/19
C8 – IN FOCUS
RALPH WITTY
Photograph to show the effects of DoF or a detailed close-up. Can be a whole or part of a view.
DUE DATE 20/3/19
TIPS – If using an object place on a textured surface . . . use a desk lamp to increase illumination . . . use a self-timer to decrease camera shake . . . focus in on closet part then rotate focus and repeat. Consider which software can support your efforts. See Practical P4.

9/4/19
C9 - IMGY
ELISE GARLAND

23/4/19
P6 - TBA

GUIDELINES
PRINTS

Should be mounted with a MAXIMUM mount size of 500mm X 400mm.
Please label on the back so that it is clear which way the print should be displayed.
Please supply a title for each print.
DIGITAL IMAGES
LANDSCAPE images should NOT EXCEED 1600 pixels wide and a vertical dimension no greater than 1200 pixels.
Any digital frames or borders added must still remain within these dimensions.
PORTRAIT images should NOT EXCEED 1200 pixels in height.
Please supply a title for each image.

WINNING ENTRIES THAT CANNOT BE RE-USED IN ANY COMPETITIONS ARE THOSE GAINING A 1 - 2 - 3 PLACE IN ANY COMPETITION.