Exposure Blending Workshop

This Thursday is the second of our summer program events and is a workshop on exposure bracketing and merging those images. Essentially we will be talking about the various methods of creating a blended image both using the camera and in various software programmes. These types of images are often termed hdr, however people often think of the classic ‘over processed’ images when this term is used, but this session will consider how exposure blending can create a well exposed or sharper image in a much more subtle way.
Again, we will be in the upstairs function room of the George pub in torrisholme at 7.30pm. Bring your camera and a laptop if you have one. We would like to get an idea of numbers, so it would be great if you could let me know if you are coming by dropping me an email

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Macro Shoot of Exotic Animals

Thursday was the first evening of our new summer programme, which is free and open to all. This week was a Macro shoot of exotic animals which were kindly provided by AJ Exotics of Lancaster. A fantastic evening was had by all, and below

are a few general shots of the evening. The next is a session on photography and editing skills on Thur 26th April. See the website calendar for more details.

AGM

Tonight is our AGM. All proposals have been circulated by email, so please come along and vote for those and for the club officers. Everyone welcome, and tea and coffee is free tonight 馃槉馃嵉

AGM

Tonight is our AGM. All proposals have been circulated by email, so please come along and vote for those and for the club officers. Everyone welcome, and tea and coffee is free tonight 馃槉馃嵉

Annual competition results evening

Tomorrow evening is our final and most prestigious competition of the year, the annuals. Consisting of best colour, mono, nature, portrait and table top. Looking forward to seeing everyone’s fantastic images, I think the judge will have a tough job as the standard of images has been outstanding throughout this year. Good luck Everyone, should be an excellent evening 馃槉.

Thursday 1st March

Thank you to William Oliphant for a fantastic talk on photoshop last Thursday. Everyone found it a very useful and informative evening. Don’t forget tomorrow (Sunday) is the last chance to submit images for the annuals. Please ask if you are unsure of anything.

Annual competition reminder

Don’t forget this week entries for the annuals are due to the competition e-mail address by Sunday at the latest. Here is a reminder of what is eligible for entry and the categories, good luck everyone;

Annual Digital Image Competitions

This is the final competition of the season, and it is assumed that members will enter their most successful images from throughout the year. Categories include;

路聽聽聽聽聽聽聽 Nature聽 (may be colour or mono) max. of 2 images

路聽聽聽聽聽聽聽 Colour Digital Image of the Year max. of 2 images

路聽聽聽聽聽聽聽 Best Monochrome Image (may be any subject but will be judged on pictorial merit and not eligible for other sections) max. of 2 images

路聽聽聽聽聽聽聽 Portraiture (Mono. or Colour Images – Animal portraits are not eligible for this award) max. of 2 images

路聽聽聽聽聽聽聽 Table Top Image (Mono or Colour) max. of 2 images

路聽聽聽聽聽聽聽 Best in show – The winning image from each section in the Annuals to go forward to be judged and the overall winner is awarded 鈥淏est in Show鈥

Panel of four winners

Well done to everyone who entered last weeks panel of 4 competition. The standard was exceptional and there were some worthy winners!

Congratulations to John for his winning panel ‘Birds in Flight’, superb images.

Looking forward to seeing everyone this Thursday for our guest speaker William Oliphant who is going to talk to us about basic Photoshop editing.

Winning panel of 4 – John Hughes- Birds in Flight

Check out all the wining images by visiting our website: http://morecambecameraclub.co.uk/club-competitions/panel-of-four

Tomorrow鈥檚 night competition

Tomorrow night is the results of the panel of 4 competition, judged by the experienced Simon Ray.

Bring money and/or prizes for the monthly raffle.
Remember to submit images to be considered for the club’s promotional material.

Also, the website has been completely re-vamped so please have a look, and share as much as possible.

www.morecambecameraclub.co.uk

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