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We Need Your Prints

The club has been invited to be part of an exhibition of photography in Angus, alongside Carnoustie Camera Club and Kiriemuir Photography Club. This will be held at the Meffan Museum and Art Gallery in Forfar from the 25th January until the 28th March 2020. We therefore need your prints. Each member is invited to submit up to 2 prints on a subject of their choice, and these should be mounted - preferably 20" x 16" to fit our frames, but 400 x 500mm fit OK too. These prints will then be re-used in our own exhibition at the Townhouse Museum in May, so we aren't asking for additional images from you, just a bit earlier in the year. The deadline for submissions is the 7th January This will all

Mini Panel Results

Tonight we welcomed Malcolm McBeath ARPS from Kirriemuir to cast his eye over our mini panel entries. A wide range of subject matter made it a tough task, but he chose Hayley-Jane Stanley's 'Fruit Medley' as his winner. In second place was Jennifer Moffat with 'Bark'. In joint third place, was Charlie Allison's 'Dundee Pavements' and Ben Freeman's 'Butterflies'. Many thanks to Malcolm, and well done to the winners, and to all who took part. A great selection of work tonight.

RAW editing

This week we have a members' night, and the plan is to look at the 20 images that we will send to Carnoustie PG for them to edit. Thank you to everyone who has submitted RAW files (and some uncompressed JPEGs too) - we now have a selection of 20 images that offer a great variety of editing potential. We will see how we get on tomorrow, going through the 20 images. Hopefully we'll cover some editing techniques that might inspire you to try something new. Some images need only some basic work to bring the best out of them, some need something a bit more in depth, and some might lend themselves to something much more creative - but that is up to the group to decide. These nights have proved

Annual Image Competition Round 2

The judging of the second round of our Annual Image Competition was both entertaining and very informative. Many thanks to David Sadler for putting a lot of time and effort into his feedback and judging - I keep harping on about it, but it's a big task to assess 70+ images and provide such comprehensive feedback on them all. The end results will always carry a degree of subjectivity, but the feedback from all of the images can only help us improve our photography. Having said that, I think the winning images were all worthy of their placing, and are all shown below. Div 3 - 1 - West from White Caterthun - Chris Beattie 2 - Gannet - Gordon Law 3 - Old School - John Carroll Div 2 - 1 - Roman

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