Monthly Archives: November 2014

Alsager CC v Crewe PS

The annual inter-club competition with Alsager CC took place this evening, judged by Steve Carr. Since Alsager did not have their room available this year Crewe played host and it was left to me to prepare all the pictures – … Continue reading

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L&CPU PDI KO

And what does L&CPU PDI KO mean? Well, it’s just an annual competition run by the Lancashire and Cheshire Photographic Union for any member clubs who wish to compete. Usually about 30 do. This year the event was not well publicised so we … Continue reading

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Lightroom 5.7 update released

Adobe has released the latest version of Lightroom. Details of the changes are here Downloads here: Win  Mac Upgrades are free to anyone who already has a purchased copy of Lightroom.

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Back to Basics…and a few other things!

What a delightful evening David Bibby presented us with in his “Back to Basics”. For nearly two hours he took us through his “Alphabet” of pictures and discussed all manner of things along the way which were of help to … Continue reading

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Portrait Night

Portrait Nights are a chance for members to get a taste of studio work with a typical studio lighting set-up (sometimes two) supplied by members Ian Whiston and Sharon & Dave Barton. A good number of members had their cameras … Continue reading

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Monthly Theme Challenge – November 2014

Theme for November 2014 If you like a challenge, and enjoy honing your skills, join in our members’ Monthly Theme activity. You’ll find guidelines to get started here. The topic for November is “Details say a lot” Photographs with detail or photographs of … Continue reading

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