This week I gave my introduction to photography presentation for beginners, this time as a combined face to face and Zoom presentation. This was the first use of the club’s new wireless microphone, which we found was good for picking up the speaker but not so good for picking up the chat from within the room. Next time we will switch to a different microphone for the questions and chat.
Here is a collection of downloadable notes, if anyone would like more details.
The following downloadable notes and give more information on club competitions.
After the presentation there was a technical hitch, where the club laptop struggled to manage a Zoom meeting and play a Dingwall DVD at the same time. After a few minutes delay we eventually showed some inspirational images from the Dingwall Camera Club National Projected Image Exhibition.
Happy New Year to all Musselburgh Camera Club members!
A reminder that our first set subject competition of the year, on the theme of “Nature and Wildlife” takes place at 7:30pm this Thursday, 7th January 2021 by Zoom. The competition will be judged by Joe Fowler.
I hope you all had a good Christmas break, and I look forward to seeing you.
I have been informed that we had the wrong date for the Human Portrait competition on the syllabus. Simon Wooton could not make the original date of 28th January 2021. The competition was moved to 14th January 2021 but the syllabus on the web site was not updated. George informs me that the closing date was this Thursday, 10th December, but as this is too short notice for everyone Simon has agreed to receive our images next week instead.
So please start preparing your human portrait images and submit them to George by 17th December 2020.
Apologies for the mistake on the syllabus. It has been corrected.
The club has learned that the 4-way competition we had scheduled on the syllabus for Wednesday, 18th November 2020 will actually take place on Wednesday, 25th November 2020. Apologies for the last minute change.
In the meantime, please send your black and white images to George Todd.