Speaker Evenings

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Roughly once a month we invite skilled, experienced and often well known photographers to come to our club to talk to us.

On these evenings the guest speaker will display his or her work and talk to us about it and answer any questions we have.

These are usually very enlightening and inspirational evenings.

All our speaker evenings are open to non-members. To request tickets to attend a speaker evening please CLICK HERE.

All tickets for this season’s evenings cost £5 each (rising to £7 next season and £8 for our key speaker event – Clive Nichols). This can be paid at the meeting you attend by either cash or cheque (payable to Midhurst Camera Club), or by PayPal advance (use the form at the bottom of this page).

Tickets for workshops can be booked on the workshops page by clicking here.

This seasons’ presentations and talks are:

Sep 13 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Speaker Evening: Nick Jenkins ARPS AWPF @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | United Kingdom
“Black & White are the Colours of Photography” The evening will be one of “show and tell” rather than simply “went there, saw that”. It is Nick’s journey into Black & White photography, warts and all, and questions/comments are very welcome. Nick Jenkins is an award-winning landscape photographer whose love …

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Oct 11 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Speaker Evening: Clive Nichols @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | United Kingdom
“Photographing Plants and Gardens” Clive will be giving us an insight into why he is regarded as Britain’s leading garden and plant photographer. He will explain the equipment that he uses, as well as how to use light, composition, colour and texture to create beautiful and dramatic images of gardens …

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Nov 8 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Speaker Evening: Roy Matthews @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | United Kingdom
“Light Painting Still Life” Roy started his photographic career 30 years ago with publishing house Hodder & Stoughton producing book cover artwork and author portraits. After a number of years as head of studio photography he turned freelance in 1990. Over the years he has worked for many mainstream clients …

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Dec 6 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Speaker Evening: Viveca Koh @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | United Kingdom
“From iPhoneography to Fellowship: My Continuing Journey” Viveca is making a return visit to Midhurst, this time with her second presentation which follows on from “Urban Exploration to Fine Art: A Photographic Journey”. In this presentation Viveca will discuss her use of an iPhone to take photographs, leading up to …

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Jan 17 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Speaker Evening: Alan Brindle @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | United Kingdom
“Brindle’s Magic Lantern Show” Alan Brindle ARPS is a native of Derbyshire, moving to Southampton in 1967 to join the Ordnance Survey. He has been a professional photography for 45 years, specialising in wedding, portrait, commercial and environmental photography. During his career he has been the photographer for the Ordnance …

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Feb 14 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Speaker Evening: Members' Interactive @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | United Kingdom
“Let me be the judge of that” Details to follow
Mar 14 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Speaker Evening: Rachael Talibart @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | United Kingdom
“Tides and Tempests” Rachael Talibart will be making a very welcome return to Midhurst on 14th March with another watery presentation entitled “Tides and Tempests”. Rachael Talibart grew up on the South Coast and studied at Southampton University. Much of her early childhood was spent at sea which has left …

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Apr 11 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Speaker Evening: Linda Wevill FRPS @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | United Kingdom
“My Fellowship and Beyond” Linda has been passionate about photography for many years. She moved to Devon about 20 years ago and is able to combine this passion with the beautiful surroundings that she finds herself in. Linda especially enjoys experimenting with shutter speeds which enable her to capture the …

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