Incorporating Wolverhampton Camera Club
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What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon 16th April NEW PRESENTATION - NORMAL START TIME My Digital World - John Holt Leigh Preston has had to cancel his evening at WPS so John Holt will now be taking both a reflective look at his photography over the years and also looking to the future too. He promises an informative and entertaining evening with images from portraiture, landscapes, travel and sport. There will be a spot of humour too and some nature images that may even include the dreaded Kingfisher! The main aim of the evening, however, is to inspire you to pick up your camera and get out there. There is no longer an earlier start time and the evening will begin as normal. 18th April WPS Photography Workshop (Members Only) Once again there’s an opportunity to learn more about your camera and improve your photography skills. The group asked to have another session using studio lights so this is what we’ll be doing. Make sure you bring along costumes/props because the aim this week is to create some fun ‘people’ shots. 23rd April Sports Photography - Steve Williams Steve is a sport and street photographer so tonight he’ll cover around twenty different sports and tell us his secrets to success, basic techniques and difficulties and gives advice on how to overcome them.
Midland Counties Photographic Federation Photgraphic Alliance of Great Britain
Newsletter page 2 showing five photos
Tony Leech in the RPS Newsletter A while ago Tony Leech had an article published in the RPS Newsletter about his trip to Iceland in October and early November 2016. He spent seventeen days there, braving the weather and capturing photographs of waterfalls, glaciers and the floating ice of glacier lagoons. If you’d like to read his article click on the pages below.
Newletter page 1 RPS logo
Wolverhampton Photographic Society
Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2017
Supported by the National Lottery
No image or design on this site may be copied or used in printed form or digitally without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
Affiliated to the MCPF and the PAGB
Midland Counties Photographic Federation Photgraphic Alliance of Great Britain
What’s new? … either it’s just happened or it will soon 16th April NEW PRESENTATION - NORMAL START TIME My Digital World - John Holt Leigh Preston has had to cancel his evening at WPS so John Holt will now be taking both a reflective look at his photography over the years and also looking to the future too. He promises an informative and entertaining evening with images from portraiture, landscapes, travel and sport. There will be a spot of humour too and some nature images that may even include the dreaded Kingfisher! The main aim of the evening, however, is to inspire you to pick up your camera and get out there. There is no longer an earlier start time and the evening will begin as normal. 18th April WPS Photography Workshop (Members Only) Once again there’s an opportunity to learn more about your camera and improve your photography skills. The group asked to have another session using studio lights so this is what we’ll be doing. Make sure you bring along costumes/props because the aim this week is to create some fun ‘people’ shots. 23rd April Sports Photography - Steve Williams Steve is a sport and street photographer so tonight he’ll cover around twenty different sports and tell us his secrets to success, basic techniques and difficulties and gives advice on how to overcome them.
Newsletter page 2 showing five photos
Tony Leech in the RPS Newsletter A while ago Tony Leech had an article published in the RPS Newsletter about his trip to Iceland in October and early November 2016. He spent seventeen days there, braving the weather and capturing photographs of waterfalls, glaciers and the floating ice of glacier lagoons. If you’d like to read his article click on the pages below.
Newletter page 1 RPS logo
Wolverhampton Photographic Society