Midhurst Camera Club is a friendly club for people who love photography, offering our members the opportunity to learn and improve by:
- Inviting inspirational guest speakers to visit the club and show us their work
- Running internal competitions, both print and PDI (Projected Digital Image), which are judged anonymously by invited judges
- Running practical evenings on camera techniques and all aspects of photography
- Learning from each other
Have a look at the rest of the pages in this section to find out more about each of these events.
Details of all up-coming events in the programme can be seen below.
The full programme of events for the 2019-20 season (Sept-May) will appear shortly.
Club Chairman, Peter Jones (PJ), will introduce you to the world of photographic competitions. Covering both digital (DPI) and print entries, this session will help and encourage you to enter your images in the League and other competitions, with the prospect of winning in your category.
“Developing Personal Vision and Visual Style” A fully illustrated presentation in two parts (of approximately thirty-five to forty-five minutes each) covering a number of topics, including: Personal Vision – What? Where? How? Imagination/representation – Right Brain/Left Brain Conundrums Composition with Tone, Texture, Line and Shape 2-Dimensional Interpretations of 3-Dimensional…
Projected Digital Image (PDI) – Round 1: “Open”. Judge: Walter Benzie FRPS, President of the Royal Photographic Society Round 1 of the PDI Competition League; three rounds altogether during the season. Visitors welcome – £5 on the door.
“A Photographer’s Perspective: My Life Through a Lens “ Viveca’s third lecture follows on from her first two – ‘Urban Exploration to Fine Art: A Photographic Journey’ and ‘iPhoneography to Fellowship: My Continuing Journey’. In this talk she will discuss the various photographic techniques that she has been experimenting with,…
“Open” (non-league) Judge: Roger Smith Two competitions run together – one for ladies and one for men
Print competition – non league The modern definition of landscape is very broad – land or sea, urban or nature and big or small. But in this case the picture taken must be within 50 miles of Midhurst. Hosted by PJ
Me & My Mono Alan’s presentation “Me and My Mono” demonstrates his passion for his photography and the craft with which he delivers his images. We’ll hear how he developed his personal style and gain insights into the advantages of using monochrome for certain situations, which many of us might otherwise…
Phillip Lymbery is the CEO of Compassion in World Farming and has enjoyed photography for many years
Judge: Daan Olivier Between 3 and 6 related images, either individually mounted or mounted on one board.
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