Month: January 2017

February’s Theme is Portraiture

Dave and Sharon Barton’s well received talk on portraiture inspired me to choose it as February’s theme. All photographers enjoy taking portraits and have healthy collection of them in their files. Why not share them with fellow members and see what they think of them. It’s a great way to learn and improve your portrait skills.

Delhi to Kathmandu

Stephen and Judith gave us a multi sensory presentation of their Indian/Nepalese journey. Their words, pictures and music gave us a wonderful feel for the life, society, colour and religious devotion they experienced, and they dressed for the occasion too; Judith becoming an Indian lady and Stephen a Nepalese. Probably least expected was that it was a gustatory experience too! Judith…

1600 and all that!

I earlier reported that the L&CPU are following the PAGB lead in requiring 1600 x 1200 PDIs from July. I now find that the L&CPU will require 1600 x 1200 PDIs for the Club Annual in MARCH. The problem the L&CPU will have is that the 2017 PAGB Inter-Federation Competitions will presumably ask for 1600s (although the entry is in June) and if…

CPS News

Happy New Year everyone and best wishes for the New Year. Unfortunately, I have to start with some sad news. Mary has been in touch with Margaret Smith, wife of our treasured long term member, Ron Smith. Mary sent me the following message. ‘I have spoken to Margaret this afternoon. She is very frail and has had a fall recently.…

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