Author: Pete Robinson

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…

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…

December Theme – Still Life

I hope our recent open meeting where we had a look at table top photography has given you an appetite for experimenting further with the topic. Getting started in Still Life Photography is easy as all you need is your camera,  a subject and a table by a window. The key to successful still life photography is to plan the…

November’s Monthly is Autumn Colours

Autumn is a beautiful time of year when the trees turn golden and vibrant especially when ignited by a sinking sun. It’s a great season to get creative and experiments with different techniques. Slow shutter speeds can make flicker leaves look like fire and a wide angle lens can stretch a huge oak. Or why not concentrate on the fine…

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