The club was delighted to have local artist, Anne Scallan come and talk to us about her work and in particular her use of Cyanotypes in creating images and art. Continue reading Anne Scallan, Cyanotypes
The focus of this week’s meeting (pun intended) was to take a look at portrait photography and how we might make use of natural and artificial light. Members had been asked to take two portraits, one under each of the two lighting conditions, and we were to look at these and discuss the technicalities and merits of the photos.
This evening was an opportunity for those of us who did not participate in the club outing to the Saltees back in June to see what all the fuss was about. Those who did go pooled their photos and John kindly put them together in a single presentation.
Responding to an invitation by Kate Bielska from COPE Foundation, Noreen B, Melanie, Patricia, Geoff and Simon had a quick introductory meeting with six members of the Foundation on the morning of Thursday 7th. They were a very enthusiastic group, full of good humour and well up to the challenges we set for them.
Accompanied by Kate, eleven of us set off for a two hour Photo Shoot around Clonakilty, and in lovely autumnal weather, we photographed the town from Emmet Square to Astna Square and everything in between. We had great fun.
Kate will download all the images and one or two of us will meet her to sift through them with a view to printing a selection for an in-house exhibition in the near future.
It was a very successful outing and one which we should definitely repeat.
Our first formal meeting back after the summer break was chock-a-block with stuff. The chairman, Nicholas, went over the programme for the forthcoming couple of months until Christmas and gave some details of the upcoming competitions and challenges.
We had a look at the successful FIAP photographs and also Simon’s winning portrait from the Longford Digital Arts competition. Continue reading Registration, Programme and Portrait Challenge
Wednesday evening, August 30th. We must all be in the good books as the weather, having been miserable early on, turned glorious and we had a great evening down at Warren Strand.