Author: Pete Robinson

CPS News

Hello Everyone, Firstly, I’m looking forward to seeing you all on Thursday for our first meeting of our brand new season. Take a look at the programme on our website to see what we’ve got lined up this season. We’ve recently received a complementary email from an organisation called the Bright Country Mentors who help children progress into adulthood. They…

CPS Opportunities

Hello Everyone, I’d just like to inform you of a couple of opportunities for Crewe Photographic Society members. Firstly, I’ve provisionally booked exclusive access for our members to the picturesque Dorothy Clive Gardens on Saturday 10th. August between 6pm and 8:30pm. It will cost £8:50 and include a brew. Only our members will be there so we can photographic it…

July’s Monthly Theme is ‘Emotion’

I’ve decided to make the Monthly Theme for July a bit more challenging. Previous themes may have been too easy for some members so the theme of Emotion will test your imagination and photographic skill a bit more. Not that photographs that portray an emotion need to be technically perfect. The idea is to create an atmosphere or felling that…

L&CPU Exhibitions

Hello Members, I’ve received this information from the L&CPU concerning a couple of exhibitions they’re hosting in Leigh. The L&CPU has two large exhibitions this summer, both held at a new venue: Leigh Spinners Mill, Park Street, Leigh, Lancashire. WN7 2LB This venue is being turned into a community centre and is keen to welcome the L&CPU. Take a look…

Graham Currey’s Natural Light Portrait Workshop

Following on from Graham Currey’s studio portrait workshop during a club meeting earlier this year, Graham kindly offered us the opportunity to attend a natural light portrait day on 2nd.June. It was limited to ten photographers for a bargain price at various local locations. Graham is a professional actor and a fine photographer. He has many excellent landscape and travel…

June’s Monthly theme is ‘Texture’

After having a break from the Monthly Theme last month, I’m sure your all raring to get stuck in to June’s theme of texture. It’s a good subject designed to make us look at lighting effects and how it creates form and shape in objects. One of the secrets of landscape photographers is to photograph when the light is low…

March’s Theme is Kitchens

Have you ever thought just how photogenic your kitchen can be? You can take a wide variety of photographic styles there. Still lifes, macro photography, property photography, patterns, food photography and lifestyle. They’re just a few ideas for you to challenge yourself. So if you have the appetite for some creative photography conjure up a colourful recipe and share it…

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all CPS members. I’m sure we’re all looking forward to enjoying our photography in 2019. What better way to do this than to have a tasty meal. However, just before you eat it why not take an appertising photograph of it and enter it in January’s Monthly Theme of Food Photography. Why not share you meal…

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