• John Knipe

Slide shows galore!

We got the New Year off to a flying start with our traditional Slide Show evening. Members shared multimedia presentations that they had created and these showed off the imagination and range of skills represented within the club membership. The diversity of sound tracks alone was amazing! The photographs ranged from macro shots of insects and flowers to landscapes shot as far afield as Argentina and Australia. Some of the natural history photographs would have been worthy of any David Attenborough production. The members demonstrated that they certainly had not been idle during lockdown.

At this week’s meeting Frances Price will give a talk about photographic panels and introduce a new Mini Panel club competition. This will be a completely new venture for club members and should be a very interesting evening. Frances will explain how a panel is put together and then outline the rules of the club competition. A prize (a Mediterranean cruise) will be given for the best panel.


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