This was our last meeting for the club year and a special one it was too. Our very own award winning author, Veitch Memorial Medallist, gardening guru and photographer, Joy Larkcom spoke about her time researching Oriental vegetables in China and Canada in the early 1980s. Continue reading Oriental Vegetables
Over the past couple of months members of the camera club, instead of meeting in the hotel as per usual, have hit the roads of west Cork to actually go and take photographs!
We have been to Ardra Bay beach just south of Union Hall, the Mizen Head and Three Castles Head. A few members also went up to Kerry to attend a workshop run by John Hooton. Continue reading Out and about in west Cork
Thanks to Patricia’s persistence and negotiating skills members were able to gain after-hours access to Elizabeth Fort on the night of Wednesday, March 21st. We were blessed with a dry night and clear skies and were able to spend a couple of hours in and around the fort.
This week we had one of our newer members, Margo, talk to us about sublimation printing. If like us you’ve no idea what this involves then read on… Continue reading Sublimation Printing
Just the one 5-minute presentation this week and many thanks to Mel for sharing her love of colour. A self-proclaimed serial photographer, Mel’s been undertaking a course of study which has led her up many new paths one of which has led her to discover that taking photographs based on a narrative or a documentary or as a series of abstractions can often engage the viewer and ask more questions than a one-off photograph. Continue reading POTY feedback