A warm welcome for an old friend of the club this week. Daniel Bridge giving us an insight into the miniature world in which we live. Some great tips and inspiring photos showing us the amazing detail in the world around us. We recommend you take part in one of Daniels workshops: https://www.facebook.com/photography.tuition/ Photos courtesy
The monochrome print round of Photographer Of The Year is our penultimate round! Some fabulous images on display. All expertly judged by our long term friend Ron Tear. Congratulations to Dave C for his image of the night and to Craig G for a full house with two top scores. Here is a small selection
Our annual team event, an opportunity to be the judge! Putting ourselves in the shoes of our visiting judges, our chance to critique each others photos and give them a score. The winning team on the night was “Charlie’s Angels”… An all ladies team apart from our Treasurer David! Well done everyone for taking part!
What to do on a Tuesday night….. Hang around on the Army & Navy roundabout is what! An intrepid group set off to practice light trails on the busiest roundabout in Chelmsford! great fun and an opportunity to share and learn new experiences. Some interesting images too! Thanks to Craig Gorham, Simon Darney and Richard
Great to see the Dave Wilcox from Upminster, long time friend of Baddow Camera Club to come and judge our Photographer of the Year competition. Some great entries from those that braved the 34 degree heat in the room! See the scores here or check out some of the entries below:
Finally the weather has turned for the better and we were lucky enough to have a near perfect evening for taking a stroll though Baddow to practice our macro techniques. Some members stayed back at the reading rooms to try out our new LED light panels. Great to see everyone getting stuck in and learning
Last night was the clubs annual Portfolio evening where our members are asked to submit three prints, each of different genres showing a range of photographic skills and techniques. The evening was a huge success and very enjoyable. Firstly, we have to thank Graham Parry for being a fantastic judge for the evening and for
We had the privilege of welcoming Mr Alan Gore as guest speaker at the club last night for his “Now and Then” presentation. Thank you Alan.
The club paid a visit to the Rawlight Studio, Southend on Tuesday evening for our practical portrait evening. Split between two groups, we are able to practise both high and low key lighting techniques with a combination of four models. The club would like to thank Eamonn Bell, Louise Anderson, Claire Byrne and Melanie Smith
Thanks to Julie Hutson from Brentwood for giving her expert opinion on 50 entries for this round. Well done everyone for putting in such a great range of pictures. Judge for yourself by looking at the entries below