Speaker Evenings

Roughly every four weeks we invite skilled, experienced, and often well known photographers to come to our Club to give a talk.

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

These are usually very enlightening and inspirational evenings.

All our speaker evenings are open to non-members. To purchase tickets to attend a Speaker Evening please CLICK HERE.

All tickets for this season’s evenings cost £7 in advance online – see link ticket boxes in each event below – or £8 on the night preferably by cash or, in exceptional circumstances, by cheque (payable to Midhurst Camera Club).

This seasons’ presentations and talks are:

Benjamin Graham: "Developing Personal Vision and Visual Style" @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | England | United Kingdom
7:30 pm
“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…
Viveca Koh FRPS: "A Photographer’s Perspective - My Life Through a Lens" @ Cowdray Hall | Easebourne | England | United Kingdom
7:30 pm
“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,…
Nov 13 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Alan Frost ARPS: "Me & My Mono" @ Cowdray Hall
7:30 pm
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…
7:30 pm
Phillip Lymbery is the CEO of Compassion in World Farming and has enjoyed photography for many years      

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