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Roger was the picture editor at the Guardian for many years and has his own photography to talk about as well as his editing experience.
A chance to meet and get to know some of our newer members as they introduce themselves and their photography. In the second half, we will review the entries selected for our ‘Hands Across the Sea‘ competition with Hendersonville PS, North Carolina.
There is no theme for our third competition - up to two digital and two printed images can be submitted by members, following the rules and guidance set out on the competition page of the website. Our judge is Roger Reynolds FRPS
As the first Tuesday of the month falls on New Year‘s Day this year, there won‘t be a meeting.
Please note the date - in order to avoid a meeting on New Year’s Day, the only meeting in January will be on the 15th. Bring your prints to display and discuss, your extraneous camera gear to sell or give away and your photographic NY resolutions.
First, how two members got on swapping their images to process, then a choice of talkshops on Using additional light, Lightroom Organisation, Choosing the Right Settings (moving off AUTO) and a Q&A peer group on all photography related topics.
We will welcome Mark Phillips, ARPS, Chair of the RPS Documentary Group to discuss and assess how successful we have been in the projects we have been working on over the last year.
The last in our competition year, this is a chance to enter those images from the misty, damp days of winter. Rules and guidance as usual on the competition page of the website.
Tom is a professional award winning fine art wildlife photographer based in the UK.