|Telephone||01538 723 554 and 07976 849 060|
|Click on Blue Bird at side of page|
|Venue||Bank House Hotel, Church Street|
|Time||2.00pm to 4.00pm usually on the last Wednesday in the Month.|
All meetings at 2.00 pm on Wednesdays at Bank House Hotel unless stated otherwise. We try to keep to the last Wednesday in each month but this is not always possible because of school holidays and/or Keith’s availability. E-mail meeting reminders are sent to the usual attenders – if you are not receiving these and wish to please let John know.
A photographic challenge is given for each month and you are asked to bring along any photos you wish to show which meet the challenge (no more than 10 per person please).
Equipment Q and A session.
Show off your new stuff and ask about anything you do not understand.
Challenge: Photographs that make you smile.
October 23rd (a week early because of half term)
Members explaining their experiences and techniques. Please advise John beforehand if you will be contributing.
Challenge: Tell a story in no more than 10 images.
A video on taking portraits.
Challenge:Keith has set us a difficult challenge for then - photos on an autumnal theme but he would like them to be non-obvious i.e. not the usual coloured leaves! No more than 10 examples please!
January 22nd (a week earlier because of the long break from November)
We will be showing "Historic images of Uttoxeter" by Ernest Davis, kindly provided by John Cooper.
Challenge: Bird/wildlife photographs.
Tabletop photography – Hints and tricks from Keith and members.
Challenge: Examples of close-ups taken at home.
Guest speaker Jane Stanley will show some of her work which is mainly wildflife.
Challenge: To be set by the speaker.
Challenge: Action photographs.
May 20th (a week early because of half term)
A photographic outing to the Wolseley Centre ST17 0WT
Review of our outing pictures.
Our group is of very mixed ability and knowledge. In the best spirit of the U3A we need to self-help as much as we can. Members should contact John about any subject they would like included in the programme. Those not understanding something or who have just taken their camera out of the box and need help should ask – we should be able to find a more knowledgeable member who will give some guidance on a one to one basis.
Contact John Kenny as above for more information if required
Please note that because of declining numbers its members agreed to discontinue the Digital Image Manipulation (DIM) Group.
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