And we’re back… Great to see so many new faces as we start the new year at Baddow Camera Club. New cameras, new gear and a new determination to make this the year we make the most of for our photography. A big thank you to Rob Furlong as he took us through his process
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Congratulations to this years winners! Judged on the night by our visiting judge Ron Tear. Landscape Photographer of the year – Andy Webb Portrait Photographer of the year – Rob Furlong Image of the Year – Lee Woodcraft Presidents Cup – Craig Gorham Overall points winner – Photographer of the Year – Lee Woodcraft
We were taken on an audio and sensory tour of Ghana by our guest speaker David Portwain. Street style photos from around this interesting country plus a taste of the food, although not to everyone’s liking 🤣
A long 8.5 mile walk around London on our annual street photography day. The results were worth it, a great day with good friends.
We made the best of a murky evening in Chelmsford. Practicing our long exposure techniques in the rain. Nice to catch up in the pub afterwards to warm up!
A great street photography talk this week from visiting speaker Dave Mason. You can check out more of his photos on his website: https://www.davemasonimages.com/
4 Great workshops delivered by our members simultaneously. Looking after & cleaning your kit – Ken Astro Photography – Paul B Adding Sparkle & light – Craig Layers & Masks – Rob F A fabulous opportunity to learn new skills and ask those burning questions. A big thanks to our workshops hosts and great
NOTICE OF AGM Click here for the agenda for our Annual General Meeting to be held on Tuesday 30 October 2018 Click Here for a copy of the minutes from last year’s meeting. There is also a new committee post: Internal Competition Secretary This is an exciting opportunity to join your committee and help
A great talk this week from our visiting guest speaker – Chris Shepherd. Overcoming local myopia was the subject. Chris was inspiring us all to get out into our local landscapes and enjoy the process of photography. https://www.shepherdpics.com/
What a perfect sunny evening for getting out onto Galleywood Common with our two volunteer models. They were both great performers and we had such a lot of fun working with them. Learning how to balance flash with ambient light as the sun set was a real challenge. Here are some of the photos of