Spring 2022

"Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves." - Henry David Thoreau


Spring Season 2021 -2022 (In Preparation)

Note: This is the First Draft version and may be subject to change

January 6th

Christmas Break

January 13th

Chairmans Night

January 20th

Thinking In Sixes Presentations

January 27th

Critique Night with ESCC Part I

Please note this event is subject to confirmation from ESCC

February 3rd

Erica Oram - The View From Here

Emma is a member of Sheffield Photographic Society who admits that she doesn't have much time for practical photography so as learnt to make the best use of whatever opportunities come her way. She tries to be creative both in camera and in photoshop in order to try and create something a bit different. In this talk Emma will be presenting her latest work on this theme.

Some examples of Emma's work can be viewed at flickr.com/photos/silverbellsandcockleshells/

February 10th

PDI Competition - Open / Themed - 2 X Open Images, 1 X Themed Image

Judge - Caroline Preece

February 17th

To Be Confirmed

February 24th

Critique Night with ESCC Part II

Please note this event is subject to confirmation from ESCC

March 3rd

Carmarthen 4 Way

March 10th

Matthew Browne - AstroPhotography

Astrophotography is one of the most technically challenging but rewarding genres of photography.

This talk describes my complete workflow in planning, executing and post-processing images which combine the night sky with the beautiful landscapes of Wales. You will learn about how to shoot celestial objects such as:

  • Meteor showers

  • The Milky Way

  • The International Space Station

  • The Moon

I will explain how best to achieve these images using entry-level equipment as well as describing what can be achieved with more specialist lenses.

His website can be found at https://www.mathewbrowne.co.uk/

March 17th

David Keep - A Project Based Approach To Photography- producing images with the Wow factor.

We’re all looking to create powerful images that stand out from the crowd and I'll describe my approach in trying to achieve this aim by taking a logical, project based approach. From initial concept, contact building, planning and shooting, right through to the processing techniques I use on some of my award winning images, nothing will be held back.

His website can be found at davidkeepphotography.co.uk/

March 24th

Annual General Meeting

March 31st

Diane Seddon ARPS AFIAP CPAGB BPE3* - Odd Things

Diane is based near Louth in Lincolnshire, and has been making photographs for around 20 years - before that film, and processing in the darkroom. She has spent a good part of those years working as a commercial and event photographer, retiring in April 2018 to concentrate more on personal projects. Odd Things is a general talk about camera creativity – thinking outside the box, and getting your images noticed.

April 7th

To Be Confirmed

April 14th

Easter Break