A great turn out last night at the barn. Not as many models as we hoped for but a good opportunity to learn some new skills and help those who had never tried it before. Looking forward to seeing the final shots. Thanks to our valiant models who turned up and persevered with us!
Ever moaned about the judges comments in one of our competitions? Here was the chance to show just how hard it really is to be the judge! A fun team event where only the brave put their images up for comment and judging by all the teams from the club. A great opportunity to learn
Round 8 of the Photographer of the year with 70 images to be judged. Thanks to Dave Wilcox for giving great words of wisdom and encouragement. A selection of the images are shown below and you can view the points table here. Only 2 rounds left and its all to play for…
Great to see everyone back after the summer break, some old friends and hopefully some new ones too. Well done Robert Furlong for winning the RAW edit summer competition with these fun versions of the same 3 images we all had been given to edit. Lots of great input from everyone and I’m looking forward
A nice evening watching the bats at Hanningfield reservoir. Flat light not helping our photography but at least it was dry and warm. A nice opportunity to catch up with friends and meet new people coming to the club. Photos courtesy Richard Huckett & Robert Furlong
We were fortunate to have one of the most beautiful evenings for our visit to Hylands House. 8 cars were brought along for our 4 models to pose with for some lovely images in front of this iconic house. Check out the video on our face book page.
Great to see Ron and Maggie Tear back at Baddow Camera Club. Ron gave some great critique and scoring for round 7 of the Photographer of the Year. Check out some of the images here:
Less than a week to go until the 3rd Annual Chelmsford Photo Marathon. With nearly 100 people registered its going to be a great day! Register today!
A fun and interactive night with members help each other learn high speed photography and getting to grips with their camera’s manual settings. Milk drops and incense helped with our practical night.
Thanks to Judge Phil Rickets for his engaging comments and feedback on round 6 of the Photographer of the Year – Landscapes. The current points table can be seen here. A selection of the nights images are shown below