Welcome to Bracknell Camera Club, the place to come if you are interested in any aspect of photography. We cater for all levels of ability and have an ongoing thriving membership.
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Next Meeting -> 23rd January
Movement in Photography - Derek Gale
Derek says he is drawn to create images that require experimentation and investigation. Images that are natural but can’t be seen with the naked eye. In these images colours swirl into each other and edges are undefined, yet you can imagine shapes and forms. They are open to interpretation and evoke emotion, and often the scale is ambiguous leaving it to you to decide for yourself what you are looking at. Tonight he will show us the use of Movement in Photography, including Camera Movement - with and without flash, Subject Movement - with and without flash, and using Camera Movement and Subject Movement together. It will also include the colourful world of the Harris Shutter, and how to make people disappear!
Next Workshop -> 26/01/2017
Informal Photo Critique Session 3 - Jon Sawyer & Alan Edwards
As the title suggests, this session is an opportunity to have some of your images reviewed and discussed by some of the other members in the club. Please bring three images to be reviewed on a memory stick, which should ideally contain nothing else. Filenames should take the form of 1-author's name, e.g. 1-name, 2-name, 3-name. Even better, especially for MAC users, you can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 24 hours before the start time. The image files should be in jpg format in sRGB colour space with dimensions no greater than 1400x1050 pixels, our standard club parameters. Please aim to have a title for each image, it's good practice for competitions.