The Scottish Photographic Federation is putting on its annual day of presentations about putting sound to your images to make an audiovisual sequence. Several club members do this already but some world class speakers mean it might well be worth the 45 min trip along the M8 to Bothwell for a Sunday outing. The details are attached
SCOTTISH PHOTOGRAPHIC FEDERATION
AUDIO VISUAL DAY 2012
All Camera Clubs affiliated to the Scottish Photographic Federation with members who have an interest in Audio Visual please note that the 2012 SPF Audio Visual DAY will take place at
ST. BRIDES CHURCH HALL, FALLSIDE ROAD, BOTHWELL, G71 8BA
on SUNDAY 21st OCTOBER 10.00 am Start.
Please note that this is a change of date from that previously announced. This is due to circumstances outwith our control, and could not be avoided if the AV Day was to go ahead this year. We apologise for any inconvenience this change of date may cause to attendees, but hope you will still be able to attend.
The first session of the day will be devoted entirely for the showing of attendees own sequences.
This is your opportunity to show your latest digital sequence to an appreciative audience, with constructive comments from our guest speakers. If time allows, the audience will be invited to give their comments.
You can send your sequence with your Pre–Booking Slip or bring it on the day. It must be produced in Pic to Exe. or Proshow Gold as an executable file, and be able to run on any computer without additional software requirements, and return to the desktop after showing. Sequence maximum run time 10.00 mins.
You may send/bring it on CD, Memory stick, or Memory card. Please don’t forget to put your name on it.
It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that any material recorded on Soundtrack or visually shown is suitably covered against copyright infringements. To show your sequence in public you must have
a Mechanical Copyright Protection Society Licence, (MCPS) and a Phonographic Performance Licence (PPL). Please remember to complete the licence requirements on the booking slip.
By participating in this AV Day, authors of Audio Visual sequences indemnify the organisers against all and any other action, which may be taken against them by owners of copyrights. The organisers will accept no responsibility in the case of dispute or litigation.
You will find a booking slip and full details of this year’s presenters
Colin Balls Hon FRPS, APAGB and Tony Bramham
on the additional AV Flyer, attached to this email.
If you have any queries regarding the SPF AV Day, please do not hesitate to contact the
SPF Audio Visual Secretary, Bill Barr on email@example.com